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August 7, 2018

As more students than ever seek counseling, colleges try new ways to help them bounce back

Omaha World-Herald, Aug. 5, 2018
Programs to assist students come in all shapes. At Creighton University, a student support service is called Cocoa.
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Index Shows Slower Growth: Tariffs Impact Two-Thirds of Firms

Wisconsin Ag Connection, August 7, 2018
"The regional economy continues to expand at a healthy pace with manufacturing growth of approximately 2.6 percent over the past 12 months compared to a lower 2.3 percent for the U.S.," said Ernie Goss, PhD, director of Creighton University's Economic Forecasting Group and the Jack A. MacAllister Chair in Regional Economics in the Heider College of Business.
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In Iowa, joblessness dives; wages struggle

Quad City Times, Aug. 3, 2018
Ernie Goss, an economist at Creighton University in Omaha, said he sees higher growth and inflation creating upward pressure.
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Regis University president awards diplomas to refugee students in Kenya, Malawi

The Denver Post, July 27, 2018
Regis University’s president, the Rev. John Fitzgibbons, traveled to Africa along with Creighton University president Daniel Hendrickson earlier this month to award diplomas to graduates of an 8-year-old program at two refugee camps.
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Summer program gives seminaians inside look

The Catholic Commentator, August 7, 2018
Of the 14 seminarian students in the diocese, one has been studying at Creighton University, Institute for Priestly Formation in Omaha; two were assigned to hospitals, one in Houston and one in Pensacola, Florida; one is at the Madonna House Apostolate in Canada; and, the rest were assigned to church parishes throughout the diocese.
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More young athletes apologize for offensive comments on social media

ABC News, July 30, 2018
Some colleges, like Creighton University, teach their student athletes about good decision-making on social media.
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