2018 Posts Archive

  • Today, the last day of May 2020, is Pentecost, a time of joyous and thankful celebration.  In keeping with that theme, I am going to offer some well-deserved thanks to...

    Pentecost and Summer Break

    Today, the last day of May 2020, is Pentecost, a time of joyous and thankful celebration.  In keeping with that theme, I am going to offer some well-deserved thanks to...

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  • A couple welcomes and a Creighton’s Attic tradition for a quick Saturday post.  There will be a few more welcomes early next week. First, we are very excited to welcome...

    Welcome – part I

    A couple welcomes and a Creighton’s Attic tradition for a quick Saturday post.  There will be a few more welcomes early next week. First, we are very excited to welcome...

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  • NOTE: We interrupt our series of belated thanks/farewells for current ones. First, we have been blessed for the past several weeks to have a wonderful intern, Rachel, a graduate student...

    Time to say farewell

    NOTE: We interrupt our series of belated thanks/farewells for current ones. First, we have been blessed for the past several weeks to have a wonderful intern, Rachel, a graduate student...

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  • Happy International Women’s Day! Dave came into the office today, wished us Happy Women’s Day, and then turned the blog over to the women of the Archives. We wanted to...

    Celebrating International Women’s Day

    Happy International Women’s Day! Dave came into the office today, wished us Happy Women’s Day, and then turned the blog over to the women of the Archives. We wanted to...

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  • It’s that time of year again when students and staff alike thank the powers that be for an extra hour of sweet sleep. Clocks change this Sunday at 2:00 AM,...

    Get Ready to Fall Back

    It’s that time of year again when students and staff alike thank the powers that be for an extra hour of sweet sleep. Clocks change this Sunday at 2:00 AM,...

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  • We recently introduced our newest temporary exhibit in the library, courtesy of the Archives student workers and interns. We wanted a chance for our students to show off some of...

    Artifacts from the Archives

    We recently introduced our newest temporary exhibit in the library, courtesy of the Archives student workers and interns. We wanted a chance for our students to show off some of...

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  • The Creighton community still is in mourning after the passing of Michael G. Morrison, S.J., on Thursday, May 24, 2018, at St. Camillus in Wisconsin.  He was 81 years old....

    In Memoriam: Rev. Michael G. Morrison, S.J. (1937 – 2018)

    The Creighton community still is in mourning after the passing of Michael G. Morrison, S.J., on Thursday, May 24, 2018, at St. Camillus in Wisconsin.  He was 81 years old....

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  • It is almost the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Democratic presidential hopeful, Robert F. Kennedy. On June 5th, 1968, RFK was fatally shot shortly after winning the California presidential...

    Robert F. Kennedy at Creighton

    It is almost the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Democratic presidential hopeful, Robert F. Kennedy. On June 5th, 1968, RFK was fatally shot shortly after winning the California presidential...

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  • While the University Archivist is away, the student workers will play… Or I can just show you one of my favorite photos! Enjoy! I don’t know who or what is...

    Gorilla Costumes Have Always Been in Style

    While the University Archivist is away, the student workers will play… Or I can just show you one of my favorite photos! Enjoy! I don’t know who or what is...

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  • The Sarpy County Museum currently has an exhibit displaying the art and artifacts of Robert Fletcher Gilder (1856-1940), a painter, journalist, and archaeologist who lived in Nebraska for the latter...

    Wake Robin at the Sarpy County Museum

    The Sarpy County Museum currently has an exhibit displaying the art and artifacts of Robert Fletcher Gilder (1856-1940), a painter, journalist, and archaeologist who lived in Nebraska for the latter...

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