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September 14, 2012
Violence Prevention Program comes to two universities in Omaha

KIOS, Sept. 11, 2012
Allison Taylor, Associate Director for Violence Prevention and Education at Creighton, says Green Dot is a bystander intervention program. She says the program focuses on engaging everyone as a potential bystander to a situation of violence.
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Is this drought just the start?

Agriculture.com, Sept. 14, 2012
Art Douglas is professor emeritus of atmospheric sciences at Creighton University, and has made extensive studies of global weather patterns, with particular attention to ocean currents and ocean water surface temperatures. Looking back at 2012, a perfect storm of events teamed up to make it one of the driest summers in memory for the Midwest.
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Review Upholds Bitter Orange Safety, Efficacy

Natural Products Insider, Sept. 13, 2012
Scientists from Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC, Creighton University, Omaha, and the University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan, looked at published and unpublished studies on bitter orange and published their findings in the September issue of the International Journal of Medical Sciences
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Jays already a hot ticket about town

Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 13, 2012
The activity around the Creighton ticket office is more similar to two weeks before the start of basketball season than two months. The phones are ringing. Folks are stopping by to inquire about tickets. Reinforcements have been brought in to take care of the demand. “We've been refreshingly busy,” said Adrian Rider, Creighton's ticket manager.
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Bluejays' Browning adjusts, joins nation's elite

Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 13, 2012
Creighton volleyball player Kelli Browning had a six-chapter anatomy test this week, covering everything from the cellular system to bones and cartilage. “Five of us are in the nursing program, all in the anatomy program,” Browning said. “All of our brains are going to explode pretty soon.”
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