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April 6, 2018

Father Hauser, Creighton professor who 'lived and loved in abundance,' dies

Omaha World-Herald, April 5, 2018
The Rev. Richard Hauser, a prominent Jesuit priest at Creighton University, was a professor, author and speaker around the country, but his favorite time each week was Sunday night on campus.
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Creighton University mourns Father Hauser, longtime theology professor

KMTV, April 4, 2018
Creighton University officials and students are mourning Father Richard Hauser, who many called a spiritual inspiration.
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Hagel criticizes sending troops to border during Omaha stop

WOWT, April 3, 2018
Hagel was at Creighton University where he shared his views on the state of America.
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Traffic will be detoured off the North Freeway this weekend for a pedestrian bridge project

Omaha World-Herald, April 5, 2018
The new bridge will extend from the southeast corner of the former CUMC campus on the west and align with the existing at-grade pedestrian mall on the Creighton University campus to the east.
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Ray Chamberland Has Been Recognized Among the Top in His Industry by Noticed

Digital Journal, April 6, 2018
Chamberland outshines others in his field due to his extensive educational background, numerous awards and recognitions, and career longevity. In addition to a B.A. in business administration, he also holds an M.A. as well as his Juris Doctorate from Creighton University School of Law.
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Tariffs could have big effect on Nebraska if Trump follows through with tough talk

Lincoln Journal Star, April 5, 2018
Ernie Goss, a Creighton University economist, said that it's too early for effects of the potential Chinese tariffs on ag products to be "reliably estimated," but he said if they do go into effect for a prolonged period of time, they will have an "outsized impact" on the state's economy.
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Get sentimental about saving

Chicago Tribune, March 29, 2018
A recent study by Brad Klontz, a psychologist, certified financial planner and associate professor at Creighton University, found heirlooms could raise more than feelings of nostalgia. They also can boost your savings rate.
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