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July 22, 2011
Midwest, Plains bankers optimistic on economy

Forbes, July 21, 2011
Flooding and other weather-related issues are eroding some bankers' confidence, said Creighton University Ernie Goss, who oversees the survey.
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Two men with Quincy connections to appear on 'Jeopardy!'

Quincy Herald-Whig, July 21, 2011
Tim Wagner is a professor of atmospheric sciences at Creighton University in Omaha. When the episode was filmed in March, he was completing his doctorate degree at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
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Mixed media: 7.20.11

The Reader, July 20, 2011
Artist Tim Guthrie, well known for his contentious exhibit at Bemis Underground earlier this year, Extraordinary Rendition, is fresh from his June trip to Uganda with John O'Keefe, Carol Zuegner and 14 of their Creighton University students.
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The Fallen Heroes Of The Space Shuttle Program

Gizmodo Australia, July 21, 2011
He earned a Bachelor's degree in physics/astronomy from the University of Washington and a Master's degree in physics from Creighton University.
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Valley Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital Form Partnership to Provide Psychiatric Medical Care

PR Newswire, July 20, 2011
Additionally, medical students at the future Creighton University School of Medicine at St. Joseph's will train at Valley Hospital. The training will promote educational opportunities for future physicians and help to address the physician shortage, especially in the field of psychiatry.
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Tanning Can Cause Cancer, but Not Tanning Could Cause a Lot Worse

Life Hacker, July 21, 2011
Robert Heaney, MD, of Creighton University, a vitamin D researcher, points to thirty- two randomized trials, the majority of which were strongly positive.
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Four freshmen hope to be a hit for Jays

Omaha World-Herald, July 21, 2011
Creighton's four freshmen were easy to spot as the Bluejays participated in five days of mid-July practice. They were the ones wearing the deer-in-the-headlights look as they wrestled with the intensity and complexity of their first college workouts.
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