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August 5, 2010

Creighton in the News

Creighton University Goes Green In More Ways Than One
KMTV, Aug. 5, 2010
If you think Creighton University's building a roof in its parking lot near 25th and Cuming, think again. The school received a grant to build the biggest solar panel array in the state as a way to promote alternative energy use.
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Economic growth slows a bit in Iowa, Nebraska
Omaha World Herald, Aug. 2, 2010
However, it has remained above the important, growth-neutral level of 50.0 for eight consecutive months, indicating that the expansion will continue, said Ernie Goss, the Creighton University economics professor who conducts the survey.
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Manufacturing growth continues to slow
Minneapolis Star Tribune, Aug. 2, 2010
The index, overseen by economics Prof. Ernie Goss at Creighton University, was 60.8 vs. 62.5 in June and 64.2 in May.
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Midlands Voices: Staggering toll of osteoporosis exemplifies need for bone health
Omaha World-Herald, July 27, 2010
The writer, Dr. Robert Recker, is director of the Osteoporosis Research Center at Creighton University. He is president of the National Osteoporosis Foundation.
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Sharing The Road With Bicycles
WOWT, Aug. 2, 2010
Creighton University student Marco Svoboda doesn't mind riding his bike along Burt Street near 34th. But some other places he rides make him nervous.
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Second knee injury ends Bloemke's career
Omaha World-Herald, Aug. 3, 2010
It has been a struggle the past few days for the Creighton volleyball team to get a grip on its emotions. But it wasn't tough for Bluejays coach Kirsten Bernthal Booth to find the words to describe Lauren Bloemke's situation.
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Tough non-conference schedule for new CU coach
Omaha World-Herald, July 29, 2010
Seven NCAA tournament teams highlight a difficult first schedule for new Creighton men's soccer head coach Jamie Clark this season. The schedule, released Thursday, includes one of the most difficult non-conference slates in recent Bluejay history.
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