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November 21, 2016
From a Bernie Woman to Hill Women: Don’t Get Locked Out

Roll Call Nov. 18, 2016
Sanders, who graduated from Creighton University in 2013, grew on the national stage through the campaign and is now a political strategist and CNN political commentator.
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Omaha native Cardinal Blase Cupich says church will 'say what needs to be said,' regardless of political climate

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 20, 2016
Eileen Burke-Sullivan, a theologian and vice provost for mission and ministry at Creighton University, said popes do expect cardinals to speak out broadly on issues that are important to the Vatican.
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Mary Lanning nurse to share skills overseas

Grand Island Independent, Nov. 20, 2016
She has worked in MLH Surgical Services since 2014, when she graduated from Creighton University, Mary Lanning campus, with her bachelor of science in nursing.
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Tribes Revive Indigenous Crops, And The Food Traditions That Go With Them

WBEZ, Nov. 21, 2016
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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For Kennewick dentist, Guatemala mission is a promise kept

Tri-City Herald, Nov. 19, 2016
After dental school at Creighton University in Nebraska, he returned to the Tri-Cities and now owns Three Rivers Dental in Kennewick. Travel is a big part of his life. He’s visited more than two dozen countries, including dental trips to Cambodia, India and Guatemala.
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‘The most precious gift’: TeamMates mentoring program founded by Tom Osborne and wife Nancy marks 25 years

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 20, 2016
Now a sophomore at Creighton University, Andersen credits her mentor with helping her become a first-generation college student.
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Bloody Roses

The Reader, Nov. 16, 2016 T
he horrors of war and the fury of hatred suffuse the air as Creighton University Theatre director Amy Lane sears your mind in her take on The Fire Within, Vincent Carlson-Brown’s reworking of Shakespeare’s Henry VI.
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