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April 20, 2012
Survey: Higher energy prices slowing rural growth

USA Today, April 20, 2012
"Higher energy and fuel prices are slowing growth for areas dependent on agriculture," Creighton University economist Ernie Goss said. "Furthermore, somewhat slower global growth has negatively affected some portions of the rural and agriculturally dependent economy.".
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Survey: Higher fuel prices slowing rural growth

KCTV5, April 20, 2012
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says there are signs that the higher energy and fuel prices are slowing growth in agriculture-dependent areas. And he says slower global growth has harmed some rural areas that are dependent on agricultural sales.
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National Competition at The John Marshall Law School

Digital Journal, April 19, 2012
Semi-finalists represented Creighton University School of Law and Golden Gate University School of Law. At the competition, the teams prosecuted and defended a law student accused of killing an undocumented worker, possibly in connection with the worker stealing the defendant’s winning lottery ticket.
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Creighton named a ‘green college’

Omaha World-Herald, April 20, 2012
The guide lists colleges and universities that have demonstrated an above-average commitment to sustainability in terms of campus infrastructure, activities and initiatives. Creighton was the only Nebraska institution to make the book.
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New Business program Gives Business Graduate a Head Start

Newswise, April 16, 2012
Benjamin McAnany is looking forward to graduating from Creighton University in May. And, thanks to a unique partnership between the University’s College of Business Center For Insurance and Risk Management (CFIRM), he hasn’t had to worry about looking for a job.
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Next Prep president may be non-Jesuit

Omaha World-Herald, April 18, 2012
Rev. Andy Alexander, Creighton University’s vice president for university ministry, has been tapped to serve as interim president for the 2012-2013 school year.
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