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September 26, 2011
Nazi trial stays with prosecutor

Omaha-World Herald, Sept 23, 2011
“These are moments of interest and trauma. and also fascination," Bach told about 300 gathered Thursday at Creighton University to hear his speech in the 50th anniversary year of the Eichmann trial.
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Today's young adults dream small

Omaha-World Herald, Sept 23, 2011
Jim Bretl, director of Creighton University's Career Center, said the center is encouraging younger students to get internships “more so than ever.” If students are taking general arts and science courses, Bretl said he sometimes encourages them to take a few business or computer science courses.
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Palestinian bid’s effects could befelt here, scholars say

Omaha-World Herald, Sept 23, 2011
John Calvert, Creighton University history professor specializing in the modern Middle East; Naser Alsharif, aCreighton University pharmacy sciences professor of Palestinian origin; Michael Kelly, Creighton University professor of international law and Terry Clark,Creighton University professor of political science and head of the international relations graduate program discuss why America should pay attention to The Palestinian bid for U.N. recognition.
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A forgotten piece of history

Omaha-World Herald, Sept 25, 2011
The structure at 21st and Cuming Streets was about to be demolished as part of future Creighton University development. Juhl, who works in construction management for Creighton, was taking a final walk-through before crews began to tear out asbestos and lead. He wanted to check for anything worth saving. As it turned out, something valuable lingered.
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Tax stance has Buffett under fire

Omaha-World Herald, Sept 26, 2011
Beverly Kracher, a Creighton University ethics professor, said Buffett has entered an arena where he is not well-known but made an ethical choice to speak up and raise the issue of tax fairness so people can debate it and make a decision. "How glorious that he has recognized the power he has and the responsibility he has, and that he is stepping up."
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Good Deeds

Omaha-World Herald, Sept 26, 2011
Food drive: Creighton University students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends will go door to door and be stationed Saturday at Omaha and Council Bluffs Hy-Vee supermarkets asking for food donations as part of a weeklong Feed the Spirit food collection drive.
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My guardian dear: Guardian angels in action

U.S. Catholic, Sept 26, 2011
A Creighton University Jesuit named Father Francis Deglman used to fascinate me and other students with his recital of encounters with his personal angel. He carried on a spirited discourse with this being-argued even, and complained.
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Jays know it only gets tougher

Omaha-World Herald, Sept 25, 2011
It's difficult to imagine the Elmar Bolowich era getting off to a better start. Eight games, eight wins, eight shutouts make for a pretty dynamic first month for the Creighton men's soccer coach.
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Creighton women tie Wyoming

Omaha-World Herald, Sept 25, 2011
Despite being outshot 25-6 on Sunday, the Creighton women's soccer team played to a 0-0 tie with Wyoming. Goalie Alicia Montgomery finished the day with 13 saves and picked up her 19th career shutout, third on the Creighton all-time charts. The Jays are now 5-4-1 on the season and 1-0-0 in Valley play.
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