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April 12, 2019

Creighton's Take Back the Night event takes on new meaning with incidents near UNO campus

KETV, April 11, 2019
Those incidents happened as students at Creighton students "Take Back the Night" to raise awareness about sexual assault.
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You really want to save. Why you donít may surprise you

CNBC, April 12, 2019
Our own life experiences can also make us bad with money, said Edward Horwitz, director of financial psychology programs at the Heider College of Business at Creighton University.
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Hereís what Lyftís dismal debut might mean for Uberís IPO

Bankrate, April 11, 2019
Robert R. Johnson, a finance professor at Creighton University, draws a distinction between such money-losing IPOs and those of money makers such as new issue Levi Strauss, which now trades about 37 percent above its IPO price.
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Factories and Coal Mines Bring Income Relief to Some States

Governing, April 12, 2019
Sales of soybeans and other food to China suffered, said Ernie Goss, a regional economist at Creighton University in Omaha.
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For some Nebraska farmers, devastating floods threaten their livelihood

PBS, April 11, 2019
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss compiles a monthly economic survey for Midwest states, and says, for the most part, farmers entered the latest downturn in good shape.
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Hindus welcome Catholic Creighton University using yoga to help Parkinsonís patients

Punjab News Express, April 12, 2019
Hindus have welcomed the reported use of yoga by Jesuit Catholic Creighton University in Omaha (Nebraska) to help patients with Parkinsonís disease. Creighton University physical therapy students are reportedly learning to improve patientsí (with Parkinson's disease) function and way of life with techniques from yoga, reports suggest.
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