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The Creighton community came together to remember Adam Caroll during a prayer service at St. John’s. 

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Creighton’s biology club and the new arts-based honors society Kappa Phi worked together to put on a joint fundraiser, selling plants grown in the greenhouse by the biology club and ceramic pots made by Kappa Phi.“We just had some extra plants we were growing in the greenhouse, and we knew t…

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Creighton distance Pharmacy student, Matthew Hay, 38, died on October 27, 2022. The news was shared with Creighton’s campus via an email from the Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, S.J., university president.The news came from the Dean of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Amy Wilson, PharmD. As a di…

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Fineas Herrera, junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, was elected the next president of the Creighton Students Union.

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The Creighton Students Union presidential and executive vice presidential candidates shared their platforms and goals with the student body during a debate prefacing their campaign goals.The presidential candidates were: freshman Shams Hassiki in the College of Arts and Sciences, sophomore Q…

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The final race among presidential candidates was postponed to Thursday, as a result of no candidate reaching a 51% majority vote among students.In his last address as CSU President, Frankie Pastor-Rivera shared the accomplishments of the current administration, and his excitement for what is…

The Creighton Intercultural Center hosted a Jays OUT Day to “celebrate those who are out [as LGBTQ+] and those who support them,” according to the event’s CUinvolved webpage. The event drew a crowd of over 100 people.   

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Creighton Students Union hosted the annual Jaywalk/Run where students and families joined together to raise money benefitting Jesuit Academy as a part of family weekend.

Fall break service trip applications with the SCSJ are now open and will close on April 19. The SCSJ takes accepted applicants to locations across the United States, from New Mexico to West Virginia to learn about disenfranchised communities and to help solve systemic issues. 

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Creighton’s annual Giving Day celebration returned to campus with food trucks, snow cones and lawn games stretched up and down the mall, highlighting a 24 hour celebration for everyone on campus to support the university’s advancement efforts. 

On Thursday, March 24, the students involved in the department of Fine and PerformingArts put on the musical, “The Secret Garden.” The sense of community found within this department is much greater than what meets the eye.

 Creighton students gathered on Wednesday, March 23, at the Dubliner Pub for a fundraiser event for Dance Marathon, an on-campus philanthropy event and organization that raises money for the Omaha Children’s hospital. 

   The Hawaii club’s sold-out luau packed the Kiewit Fitness Center’s gym on Saturday night welcom-ing students, faculty and community members to learn and celebrate their culture with Hawaiian food, dancing and vendors.

Renowned author Isabel Wilkerson was hosted by Creighton in a Zoom event last Wednesday for the final installment of the Presidential Lecture Series and discussed the history and impacts of race and class in the United States. 

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As students, family and people close to Mary Kate Phelan continued to trickle in, the Rev. Daniel Hendrickson, S.J., began his speech at the packed memorial service for Phelan on Monday. Campus Ministry ushered in people arriving just before the service, seating them wherever there was an op…

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Creighton Senior in the department of Computer Science, Design and Journalism and Chicago native Mary Kate Phelan, told her academic adviser, associate professor Peggy Rupprecht, that during the pandemic she was struggling to make connections with potential employers. so she came up with an idea. 

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Around the ninth century A.D., people in Ireland began observing the Roman Catholic feast day of Saint Patrick on March 17. It was said that Saint Patrick used a shamrock, a three-leafed clover, to explain to the people of Ireland the concept of the holy trinity. Since then, the shamrock has…

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City Sprouts is a local nonprofit community garden and education center that works with the Omaha community to promote health, sustainability, and growth. 

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This spring break, 75 students traveled around the country through the Schlegel Center for Service and Justice to serve marginalized communities and learn about advocacy. 

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 After Russia invaded Ukraine, the Creighton Student Union partnered with campus ministry to bring a prayer service to the steps of St. John’s where the organizers were speaking, singing and praying with students gathered around the fountain.