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After an action-packed day full of immersive games and other activities in the Kiewit Fitness Center, Creighton University’s Relay for Life generated just over $7,800 in donations with its annual fundraising event for the American Cancer Society last Friday. 

College of Arts and Sciences seniors know they’ve reached a milestone in their Creighton careers when they meet with Gerry Kuhlman. The assistant dean conducts senior checks for every one of the college’s seniors, making sure they are ready to graduate.  

After almost three weeks of competitive energy waste minimization, the student-led organization of the Green Jays crowned Kiewit Hall the winner of their Energy Madness Competition between the campus residence halls.  

If you have ever experienced an athlete’s signing day, you know just how rewarding and exciting it can be. It is a brand new step in their career, a brand new team to be on; It’s a sign that all their hard work has paid off.  

Creighton’s Panhellenic Council hosted their annual Coffee Chats in Skutt, inviting students for some free iced coffee and a space to study before midterms. 

There were  a multitude of ways students and faculty enjoyed their spring breaks – whether on the beach, in the mountains, staying home, or serving others, the Creighton community spread far and wide for a week away from studies. 

The Creighton VIP Center held their second annual Healthy Relationships Panel, in which several members of Creighton’s faculty and their spouses discussed how they have established healthy relationships over the years and shared advice to students on how to maintain such relationships.  

Creighton hosted a career fair in which students were able to connect with different companies and organizations with the potential to provide internships, employment and more to students throughout the university.   

The Creighton Students Union cabinet  their biweekly meeting to discuss plans for upcoming events on campus and to hear from representatives from several organizations asking for funding.  

Students in the Heider College of Business help individuals in Omaha file their tax returns each year through the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. Creighton has been partnered with VITA for over 50 years. 

Creighton hosted its 10th Annual Interfaith Prayer Service with the theme of  “Expanding Perspectives.” The event featured students from various religious affiliations with representatives for Christianity, Diné, Judaism, Sikhism, Buddhism and Hinduism.  

Six Creighton students are bringing news literacy to campus with their Fight the Flock campaign as a part of the Bateman Case Study Competition. This year the competition partnered with the News Literacy Project, a nonprofit that promotes news literacy skills and provides educational resourc…

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Adam Sundberg, PhD, will soon be going to Canberra, Australia, thanks to the National Library of Australia Fellowship he earned to work on a project about the environmental history of ballast water.  

An update was given on several projects across campus, including a new softball complex, and awards were presented to several faculty members at the Founders Week Convocation and Award Ceremony. 

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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.