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November 9, 2016
Creighton University to Host Opus Prize Presentation

Catholic Voice, Nov. 3, 2016
"We hope, in turn, that Creighton’s hosting of the award is an inspiration to more people to join in the fight and find ways to help work for justice and peace, be it around the globe or in their own neighborhoods and communities," Father Hendrickson said.
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You’ve Fought Over This Political Season, Now It’s Time to Make Up

1011, Nov. 9, 2016
"We see self help books in the book store and they say more communication is always better, but we have to remember sometimes it's better not to just talk about certain topics," Chad McBride, the communications studies department chair at Creighton said. "And that's okay. We can still love our family and friends and choose not to talk about certain things."
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Longtime Omaha PR Man Bill Ramsey, Who Served as a Marine in Korea, Worked to Bring Honor to Other Area Military Vets

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 8, 2016
William E. Ramsey, a longtime public relations man who strove to bring public honor to fellow military veterans in the region, died Saturday at age 86 after a brief illness. Ramsey, a Council Bluffs native, was a graduate of St. Francis High School, now St. Albert High School, and Creighton University.
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Crawford Secures a Second Term

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 9, 2016
Bellevue State Sen. Sue Crawford secured four more years in the Nebraska Legislature as the senator for District 45. Crawford, a Democrat and a professor of political science at Creighton University, defeated her Republican opponent, retired Air Force Col. Michael Cook.
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8 of 14 Legislative Candidates Supported by Ricketts Win, Giving the Unicameral a More Conservative Bent

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 9, 2016
Attorney and Omaha Public Schools board member Justin Wayne prevailed over Creighton University professor and political newcomer Jill Brown for the northeast Omaha seat by about 300 votes, according to the unofficial results. The Democrats battled to replace Sen. Tanya Cook.
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Bringing Indigenous Foods Back to the Table

NET, Nov. 8, 2016
Taylor Keen, a business instructor at Creighton University, was never a corn grower, but his ancestors were. Keen is a member of both the Omaha Tribe in Nebraska, and the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma.
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6 Weight Loss Myths Debunked

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 7, 2016
“As a personal trainer, I encounter individuals with a variety of misconceptions about health, fitness and weight loss,” said Brittany Baldwin, head trainer at Creighton’s campus recreation department. “Most of these false assumptions are based on outdated or incorrect information.”
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