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December 18, 2009

Creighton in the News

Survey suggests improving but weak Plains economy
CBS2 Chicago, Dec. 18, 2009
But December's number remains well below what is considered healthy, said Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, who oversees the survey.
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Spotlight on Section Member - Ronald Volkmer
Association of American Law Schools Newsletter, Fall, 2009
Ronald R. Volkmer, the Frank J. Kellegher Professor of Trusts and Estates at Creighton University School of Law, was recently honored by one of his former students.
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Blue Cross: Legislation will boost premiums
Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 18, 2009
Dr. Richard O’Brien of the Center for Health Policy and Ethics at Creighton University said the subsidies are an essential part of the health care legislation and would help make coverage affordable.
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Whistleblower: Health insurers peddle fear, lies
Lincoln Journal-Star, Dec. 18, 2009
Wendell Potter used to be part of it, he said during a telephone interview from Omaha before a speaking appearance at Creighton University.
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Ehrhart was active in health care
Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 17, 2009
No one would call Patricia Ehrhart undisciplined. The Omahan retired in 1999 after 22 years of teaching nursing at Creighton. Ehrhart died Tuesday at Creighton University Medical Center.
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The History of Creighton Bluejays Sports: A Q&A With the Author
White and Blue Review, Dec. 18, 2009
One gift I received last Christmas is Creighton University Athletics: A History in Photographs, a historical tome written and compiled by CU alum Travis Sing. The book documents, via beautiful photos and detailed captions, the long and distinguished history of Creighton’s various athletic programs.
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Perfect start surprises Alford
Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 17, 2009
New Mexico basketball coach Steve Alford will try to persuade his players before Saturday’s game against Creighton to look past the Bluejays’ record.
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