Creighton University Window Fall 1988
Stockhausen, Gerard L., S.J.
Cameron, Sr. Muriel
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PLAYING MANY PARTS / THEATER A LIVELY ART AT CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY Dr. Suzanne Dieckman and student Yuri Trembath tell you what's happening in Creighton University theater, while George Drance looks at Jesuit roles. Page 3.UNCONDITIONAL LOVE: TENDERNESS CONQUERS HOSTILITY / GENTLE TEACHING CONCEPT GETS NATIONAL ATTENTION Dr. John McGee's gentle teaching methods for those suffering mental handicaps have gained national recognition. See why in Nancy Clark's story. Page 10.INTERNATIONAL TRADE: WHO'S TIPPING THE SCALES / WHO TIPS THE SCALES OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE? Economist Fr. Gerard Stockhausen examines the effects of delicate shifts in the balance of trade on an international scale. Page 16.SAINT DUCHESNE: WOMAN WHO PRAYS ALWAYS / AMERICA'S FOURTH SAINT HAD TIES TO THE JESUITS Rose Philippine Duchesne, recently sainted, had ties to Omaha and to the Jesuits in their early years. Sr. Muriel Cameron tells the fascinating story. Page 22.