On Monday night executive FSL members and students were invited to the Harper Ballroom for the VIP Center’s Safety Series presentation of These Hands Don’t Haze.
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.
The College of Arts and Sciences Student Senate held a tabling event advertising applications and awareness for their organization which fosters communication between students, faculty and deans within the College of Arts and Sciences.
The up-and-coming Jesuit Residence Hall broke ground and was named while the campus’ Forward Blue campaign continues to push forward the university’s campus and scholarships.
National Voter Registration Day, on Creighton’s campus took form in ice cream refreshments on the the record 100 degree early-fall day.
Creighton students gathered on Earth Day, Friday, April 22, outside of Swanson Hall for Vibe & Paint, a social event designed by the Eileen B. Lieben Center for Women to help students learn how they can lessen their plastic pollution without making economic sacrifices.
Fraternal philanthropy is in full effect on Creighton’s campus as the members of Phi Delta Theta kicked off April with a fundraiser supporting individuals with ALS on Thursday.
The Asian World Center, an academic research institute at Creighton University, hosted a week-long series of educational events covering art, music, politics and culture.
The American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life” is the world’s largest fundraising event that aims to raise money to combat cancer.
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.
Rumors abound about when both Starbucks will be open on campus again, but at this point in the semester the outlook is grim and students must continue to divide their time between Harper and Skutt.
Hoping to raise money for their philanthropic partner, Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority hosted a cupcake fundraiser in Skutt Student Center and Harper Business Center.
Daniel Immerwahr visited Creighton last Thursday to give a lecture pertaining to his book “How to Hide an Empire,” a retelling of U.S. history with United States colonies and territories included in this story.
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.
Students come to Creighton to pursue a wide variety of different majors and interests, but this focus can often leave financial planning skills neglected or undeveloped entirely.
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.
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…
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.
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…
Coca-Cola representatives handed out free samples of their new soda flavor outside the Skutt Student Center on Wednesday. Running the event was Teri Loneman, the market development manager for Coca-Cola.
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.
Students are getting back into the school mode to finish out the end of the year after a needed spring break, especially after not having one last year.
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.
Creighton’s latest efforts for campus improvement and student scholarships, Forward Blue, marks the largest fundraising campaign in the University’s history and the construction for the large scale projects are beginning to take shape around the grounds.
An additional 110 parking spaces in the Hixson-Lied parking lot were removed by Creighton University last Monday as construction on the CL Werner Center for Health Sciences Education continues.
The new administration of Creighton Students’ Union has had a busy first month, and has already had a visible impact on campus, culminating in a vaccine mandate being passed on Monday.
Information from the Creighton counseling center on body image, and tips to help young adults reframe how they view societal body standards went unheard after no one attended the “More than the Mirror” body image workshop last Tuesday.
On Wednesday, the multicultural sorority Sigma Lambda Gamma held a meeting to detail the highlights of their organization and inform potential new members about upcoming recruitment events being held this week.
With the closing of applications to be a part of the New Student Orientation team, the organization’s executives have been tasked with forming the new NSO team for this upcoming year.
This past Saturday, the Creighton Dance Team hosted their annual clinic to show off their skills via Zoom from the Ruth Scott Training center.
Fransico “Frankie” Pastor-Rivera, a sophomore in the College of Arts & Sciences, has been elected to be the first openly gay and latino president of the Creighton Student Union as of late Tuesday night.
The VIP Center held an informational event on the evening of Oct. 21 that explained the impact of sexual violence. There was a shoiwing of a documentary, a march up the mall and a guest speaker.
The Creighton community is mourning the loss of Mark Kaipust, assistant professor in Creighton’s School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, and his son, Taylor, who were killed in a car accident Saturday morning.
On Monday, Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, SJ, PhD announced that Marcus Blossom would become Creighton’s next McCormick Endowed Athletic Director, beginning Sep. 27.
Gallagher Hall closed this past summer after housing students for the past 59 years. As a result, Swanson Hall has transitioned to a fully freshman dorm.
Creighton announced updated COVID-19 requirements Monday afternoon, including reinstating mask requirements for classrooms and labs.