Monthly Archives: December 2014

Christmas Chicken, Carols, and My Community: Creighton’s Multicultural Christmas Celebration

NPR’s food blog, The Salt, recently featured an article about a traditional Filipino Christmas dish as ubiquitous as your aunt’s fruitcake, rellenong manok. It is a deboned chicken that is filled with various ingredients such as ground pork, raisins, chorizo, … Continue reading

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A Few (2040) Holiday Trends

Nearing the end of exams and approaching winter break here at the Creighton School of Law, I was noodling around the Internet looking for holiday-related demographics for my final 2040 post of 2014. My first discovery had to do with… … Continue reading

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Ferguson, Staten Island, and the Arc of the Moral Universe

Martin Luther King Jr. once said: “…the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” Within the last two weeks, two separate grand juries in two separate jurisdictions have declined to indict in two separate incidents … Continue reading

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2040 Book: “Americanah” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

On October 9, Jamelle Bouie, who writes about politics, policy, and race for Slate, joined the 2040 Initiative here at Creighton Law School. In “Talking About Race: A Conversation with Jamelle Bouie,” he shared his perspectives on the events in … Continue reading

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