2017 Posts Archive

  • This will be our last post for 2017, so on that note, have a merry and blessed Christmas, a safe and happy New Year, and we’ll see you in 2018! ...

    Turning The Page

    This will be our last post for 2017, so on that note, have a merry and blessed Christmas, a safe and happy New Year, and we’ll see you in 2018! ...

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  • Quick post of a favorite photo to inspire CU students going into Finals Week.  Good luck with your tests! The library doesn’t look like that anymore, and you won’t see...

    Same, but different

    Quick post of a favorite photo to inspire CU students going into Finals Week.  Good luck with your tests! The library doesn’t look like that anymore, and you won’t see...

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  • Congratulations are in order to Dr. Adam Sundberg and his students for the excellent presentations Tuesday  (Nov. 28) evening at the Durham Museum for “Omaha in the Anthropocene.”  (Keep reading. ...

    Omaha in the Anthropocene

    Congratulations are in order to Dr. Adam Sundberg and his students for the excellent presentations Tuesday  (Nov. 28) evening at the Durham Museum for “Omaha in the Anthropocene.”  (Keep reading. ...

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  • It’s not graduation time, but it seems appropriate to remember what was for many years a campus tradition of thankfulness: Marching by the Sacred Heart statue in the Jesuit Garden...

    An attitude of gratitude

    It’s not graduation time, but it seems appropriate to remember what was for many years a campus tradition of thankfulness: Marching by the Sacred Heart statue in the Jesuit Garden...

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  • Boys Town is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, so we bring a small offering to the party.  If you don’t already know the story of Father Edward J. Flanagan...

    Happy Birthday, Boys Town!

    Boys Town is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, so we bring a small offering to the party.  If you don’t already know the story of Father Edward J. Flanagan...

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  • It has been a while since we featured John Parle (Class of 1942) in a post, but many of you know that he is a favorite of ours.  We first...

    John Parle

    It has been a while since we featured John Parle (Class of 1942) in a post, but many of you know that he is a favorite of ours.  We first...

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  •   We are proud to share with you that one of our own, Elenore Leonard – past University Archives intern and student worker, and currently Curator at the Andrew County...

    CU Alumnus, Elenore Leonard (’15) Radio Hour

      We are proud to share with you that one of our own, Elenore Leonard – past University Archives intern and student worker, and currently Curator at the Andrew County...

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  • We at Creighton University Archives have updated our Nebraska 150th exhibit again in a reasonable amount of time. This time, we’re featuring three prominent Nebraska authors: Willa Cather, Mari Sandoz,...

    Nebraska Authors for Nebraska 150th

    We at Creighton University Archives have updated our Nebraska 150th exhibit again in a reasonable amount of time. This time, we’re featuring three prominent Nebraska authors: Willa Cather, Mari Sandoz,...

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  • Creighton’s Attic is back from Fall Break* and our attention is on theater.  Our own Ben Gliedt will be on stage in Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters,” which opens next Wednesday...

    “The Masterful Monk”

    Creighton’s Attic is back from Fall Break* and our attention is on theater.  Our own Ben Gliedt will be on stage in Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters,” which opens next Wednesday...

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  • If you’ve been a Law School student at Creighton in the past century, you know the beautiful cherry bench shown above.  You probably argued a moot court case there.  The...

    Setting The Bar High

    If you’ve been a Law School student at Creighton in the past century, you know the beautiful cherry bench shown above.  You probably argued a moot court case there.  The...

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