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March 30, 2016
Cuba: When the Cows Come Home

Newsweek, March 30, 2016
Fear of the exiles’ homecoming is pervasive on the island, says Michael Kelly, a Cuba policy expert and associate dean at the Creighton University School of Law. “That’s what the Castro government has been feeding them,” he says.
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How To Invest Your Money In Q2 2016: 8 Best ETFs To Buy Now

Forbes, March 26, 2016
In Invest With the Fed, my co-authors, Gerald Jensen of Creighton University and Luis Garcia-Feijoo and I found that in expansive monetary conditions (falling rates) the standard deviation of returns of the S&P 500 was 16.3%, and in restrictive conditions (rising rates) the standard deviation was 14.4%.
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Will The Election 'Bern' Or 'Trump' Retirement Accounts?

Financial Advisor, March 25, 2016
Ed Horwitz, director of Creighton University’s Center for Insurance and Risk Management, says that investors should be reminded that the president lacks the ability to make permanent major policy changes.
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NCAA, Creighton partnering with Omaha Public Schools to promote reading

KMTV, March 25, 2016
Creighton University and the College World Series are spreading the love for reading.  "It was pretty fun watching them and happy they were to be here and talk about reading," Creighton student Justin Patton.
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Four-Year-Old Chilean Boy Receives e-NABLE Spider-Man 3D Printed Prosthetic Arm, March 27, 2016
“I was introduced to the e-NABLE Community after hearing an interview from Cyborg Beast designer, Dr. Jorge Zuniga from Creighton University and joined the e-NABLE Community about a year ago,” said Francisco Nilo, one of the four e-NABLE volunteers who worked on the arm for Anthony.
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Creighton fraternity teams up to help with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands

KETV, March 24, 2016
"We were trying to reshape our philanthropy at Creighton, because there were some members who wanted to do more hands-on work in the community," Sigma Phi Epsilon Nebraska Delta Chapter President Matt Ronay said.
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Talk at Creighton looks at what happens to the wrongfully convicted once they're exonerated

KIOS, March 24, 2016
Dr. Rebecca Murray, Chair of the Department of Cultural and Social Studies at Creighton University, says the guest speakers will be Dr. Laura Caldwell, lawyer and founder of the Life After Innocence project at Loyola University and Kristine Bunch, a woman who spent 17 years wrongly imprisoned.
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