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April 24, 2017
Accessible Ignatian Spirituality

Midwest Jesuits, April 21, 2017
Soon after we began our work together at Creighton University in 1997, Maureen McCann Waldron and I decided to use the Internet to offer Ignatian spiritual resources to help faculty and staff understand and contribute to the university's mission.
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First Living Giant Shipworm Found in PH

Manilla Times, April 24, 2017
Adam Sundberg, an American environmental historian at Creighton University, has uncovered the disastrous story of Dutch shipworm epidemics. The naval shipworms, Teredo navalis, possibly originating from the East Indies, had invaded Holland and laid waste to the wooden wave breakers that had been built to keep the country safe from the sea.
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Relaxing Mandatory Health Benefits Unlikely to Tame Premiums

Medscape, April 24, 2017
Of course, requiring specific coverage does push up premiums to some extent. James Bailey, who teaches at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., has studied the issue at the state level. He estimates that the average state health insurance mandate “raises premiums by about one-half of 1 percent.”
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Rural Bankers Still Seeking Better Economic News

Quad Cities Online, April 21, 2017
The Creighton University Rural Mainstreet Index slipped slightly in April, logging the 20th straight month below growth neutral based on the monthly survey of bank CEOs in rural areas of 10 states.
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