After receiving a whistleblower complaint last week involving a phone call on July 25, 2019 between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, committees in the U.S. House of Representatives are currently launching impeachment probes.
Seven months ago, the Midwest experienced one of the most widespread natural disasters in its history – the tragic floods that forced countless families out of their homes, towns and communities.
Nadia Murad, an Iraqi Yazidi human rights activist, author of “The Last Girl: My Story of Captivity and My Fight Against the Islamic State,” and the winner of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize, gave a lecture on Monday at Creighton as a part of the Global Scholars Lecture Series.
After 16 years of being ranked No. 1 in the Midwest category, Creighton has moved into a more prestigious category, making its debut in U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” rankings released earlier this week.
Creighton economics professor Ernest Goss left New York City early Tuesday morning on September 11, 2001 because he drank too much coffee, unaware he was saving his own life by just a couple hours.
Throughout this past week, Hurricane Dorian has headed towards the east coast, blowing through the Bahamas on its way. Since getting as strong as a Category 5 hurricane as it got closer to Florida, Dorian has weakened to a Category 2. Dorian has avoided a direct hit to Florida, but could sti…
Elizabeth Rowen has been chosen as a 2019 Forbes Under 30 Scholar.Rowen, a junior in the Heider College of Business studying finance and business intelligence and analytics on the IT track, has been awarded the opportunity to attend the annual Forbes Under 30 Summit for free October 27-30 in…
Over 200 members of the Creighton community convened in the rain in front of St. John’s Church at 10:45 a.m. on Thursday, April 25 in a demonstration called “Silence for the Climate.”
On April 12, the national Day of Silence was observed by the Creighton Gender and Sexuality Alliance to bring awareness to LGBTQ individuals who are bullied and harassed.
Donna Shahbazi, a College of Arts and Sciences junior and the president of the Creighton Students Union, represented Creighton University as a Delta Zeta sorority member in Washington, D.C. April 8-11, defending the rights of fraternity and sorority life on college campuses.
A worldwide relic, sacred to the hearts of the Catholic community, caught on fire Monday. People all around the world watched, shocked and hurt for the citizens of Paris, France.
The current trend in study abroad programs across the U.S. shows that men study abroad significantly less than women. In fact, about two-thirds of the students who study abroad in the U.S. are women. This matches the current trend at Creighton.
Creighton’s Turning Point USA chapter (TPUSA) hosted a panel discussion on immigration last week that sparked much controversy, backlash and unrest among the student body.
A still-developing news story has been topping national news outlets every day since Sunday — that of Attorney General William Barr’s summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller III’s report.
Many Creighton students spent their spring break on Service and Justice Trips, organized through the Schlegel Center for Service and Justice.This spring saw 16 trips working across the United States in 15 different locations. The locations visited this spring included: New Mexico, Ohio, Illi…
The state of Nebraska is experiencing widespread and devastating floods, resulting in evacuation, road closures and a state of emergency.Starting early last week, the heat wave caused massive amounts of snow to melt rapidly on the still-frozen/saturated ground. This sudden run-off, combined …
Joe Biden, 47th Vice President of the United States, visited the University of Nebraska at Omaha on Thursday to discuss global leadership and the role of the United States internationally.
The Rev. Daniel Hendrickson, president of Creighton University, announced in his annual convocation address that Creighton hopes to host a presidential debate on campus in 2020.
President Donald Trump compared Democrats to an “angry mob,” calling them a group “too dangerous to govern” at his Council Bluffs rally Tuesday night.
The sexual assault allegations against the Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, spurred a nationwide movement on social media: the hashtag #WhyIDidntReport.
Amidst one of the most hectic weeks in American politics this year, the public received news early Monday that Rod Rosenstein, the Deputy Attorney General, would be resigning. These reports instantly dominated the news cycle, despite only being rumors and later turning on its head.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced on Sept. 12 that youth vaping and the use of e-cigarettes is an “epidemic” and he warned there may be an upcoming ban on the sale of these products.
Last Sunday, the New Yorker drew criticism when the magazine announced that editor David Remnick would be interviewing Steve Bannon, former executive chairman of Breitbart News and former White House Chief Strategist, at the annual New Yorker festival.