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May 29, 2012
Mayor Suttle and Local College Students Talk Student Loans with President Obama, Urge Congress to Act, May 7, 2012
Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle joined Creighton Student Body President Matthew Gillespie and UNO Student Government Vice President Shawn Addison on a conference call with President Obama regarding federally subsidized student loans. Currently at 3.4 percent, the interest rate is set to double to 6.8% on July 1st unless Congress intervenes.
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Creighton's GED prep program presses on

Omaha World-Herald, May 28, 2012
With the end of the OPS program, several Omaha organizations plan to change, expand or begin offering GED programs. Creighton, with federal grants, plans to continue classes at the Educational Opportunity Center as the program's sole sponsor.
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Cold War's end came in a whimper

Omaha World-Herald, May 26, 2012
The 20-something students, who arrive at college with zero childhood memories of the Cold War, stare at professor Terry Clark as if he were wearing a coonskin cap. “It's a little difficult for them to understand,” said Clark, a Creighton University specialist in international politics.
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Creighton University Appoints Director for New Master of Public Health Program

San Francisco Chronicle, May 29, 2012
Creighton University announces the appointment of Sherry Fontaine, Ph.D., as program director position of the University's new Master of Public Health program. Fontaine will be responsible for launching the online MPH degree program.
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Baseball Goes Dancing After Winning Second Straight MVC Tournament, May 17, 2012
The Creighton baseball team will be going dancing in the NCAA Tournament next weekend after winning its second straight Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Championship with an 8-6 win over Southern Illinois on Saturday night. The Bluejays complete the sweep in Springfield, going 4-0 en route to the tournament title.
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