Formation

Public Policy, Elections, and Making Legislative Change

For this Sunday's Formation Time, we welcomed Creighton and Cortina alum Patrick Carter to speak to the community about public policy and how it can create justice for all. Patrick graduated from Creighton in 2010 with a degree in Justice and Society. Upon graduation, he completed a Master's Degree in Public Policy from the University… Continue reading Public Policy, Elections, and Making Legislative Change

Miscellaneous

Tuesday Newsday [10.30.12]

What's that? You are hungry? For INFORMATION? LET'S EAT! ____________________________________ Local News Speaking of yesterday's Monday Meditation on American pride, Nebraska high schools are changing their curriculum, and there is some heated debate over whether climate change and "American exceptionalism" ought to be included. Check it out here. The Nebraska U.S. Senate race is more… Continue reading Tuesday Newsday [10.30.12]

Miscellaneous

Tuesday Newsday [10.9.12]

Happy Midterms Tuesday! I know you feel swamped, but there is still so much happening all around us! Take a little study break and glance around at some of these links to see what's happenin'. Omaha News The ability to be bipartisan has become a central issue in the Kerrey-Fischer race, which can be tricky… Continue reading Tuesday Newsday [10.9.12]

Miscellaneous

Tuesday Newsday [10.2.12]

Good morning, well informed-homies. Welcome to October. U.S. National elections are only 35 days away, and that means it's more urgent than ever that we are aware of what's happening in our city, our country, and our world. REGISTER TO VOTE Voter registration is waay down this year, according to this article by the Guardian.… Continue reading Tuesday Newsday [10.2.12]