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May 8, 2009

Creighton in the News

Marriage Tribunal advocate to receive canon law degree
West Nebraska Register, May 8, 2009
Kathy Hahn, who earned a degree in Theology from Creighton, is the first woman on record in any Nebraska diocesan Marriage Tribunal, to become canon lawyer.
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Hedge funds, EPA proposed ruling could affect market prices
Biodiesel Magazine, May 7, 2009
Economics professor Ernie Goss says a new EPA capping soybean demand from the biodiesel industry will have unknown effects on future and spot prices.
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Giving care that respects person throughout life
Catholic Voice, May 8, 2009
An editorial by Patricia R. Callone, director of Institutional and Community Relations for the Creighton Study of Violence Across the Lifespan appeared in the Catholic Voice.
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Life of Reilly
ESPN The Magazine, May 6, 2009
You can see something right now that hasn't been around in baseball since the late 1800s: a switch-pitcher. His name is Pat Venditte, he's 23, and he's pro baseball's only ambidextrous pitcher.
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Baseball: Roemmich is a student, athlete, husband and father
Omaha World-Herald, May 8, 2009
Anyone complaining about a hectic lifestyle might want to consider walking a mile in Creighton baseball player T.J. Roemmich's cleats.
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