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July 13 2017
Level-up: Gaming finds a place in college classroom

Omaha World-Herald, July 11, 2017
Last fall in the Business Application Development course at Creighton University taught by Cindy Corritore, students found themselves smack in the middle of a real-life, real-time massive multiplayer game that served as the course curriculum.
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Kelly: Mosque leaders at Tri-Faith Commons are eager to answer questions about Islam at open house

Omaha World-Herald, July 13, 2017
During recent prayers at the mosque, The World-Herald’s Mike Kelly reports, attendees were welcomed to park their vehicles in the Temple Israel lot. Dr. Syed Mohiuddin, a Creighton University cardiologist and mosque president, passed along a terrific observation.
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Kelly: Kountze church’s addition will allow clinic, food bank to operate 5 days a week

Omaha World-Herald, July 13, 2017
Wenting Tong, a native of Hong Kong who just finished her second year at the CU Medical School, said volunteering is a great learning opportunity.
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Consumer advocacy bureau adds CU official

Omaha World-Herald, July 12, 2017
Julie Kalkowski, who has been executive director of Creighton’s Financial Hope Collaborative since 2010, will serve a three-year term along with six other newly appointed members.
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Medical debt? Big changes are coming

KRCR News, July 13, 2017
The 180-day waiting period is “a big step forward toward a more equitable process,” said Julie Kalkowski, executive director of the Financial Hope Collaborative at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., which provides financial education and coaching to low-income, single mothers.