Creighton University Window Summer 1995
Vaughn, Pamela A.
Reilly, Robert T.
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EAST MEETS WEST; LINE MEETS LIGHT Visiting Chinese Professor Wen You-Yan, and Creighton Professor John Thein combine to teach Eastern and Western art forms. See Pam Adams Vaughn's story of culture melding on Page 4.MARRIED TO THE CITY: 117 YEARS FIR CREIGHTON AND OMAHA / MARRIED TO THE CITY; CREIGHTON AND OMAHA FOR 117 YEARS Bob Reilly writes about 117 years of cooperation between Creighton University and the City of Omaha. Page 12.WINDOW ON A 'COUNTERCULTURE:' WOMEN RELIGIOUS OF TODAY'S WORLD / THE FIRE BURNS, TOO, IN THE NUNS OF TODAY Three writers examine the changing world of women in religious life. Once large classes of novitiates have dwindled, but the dedication of the few who pursue a life wed to God still burns in them. Page 18.CREIGHTON TODAY; CREIGHTON YESTERDAY; CREIGHTON ALWAYS / THREE DECADES FROM LAW DEGREE TO A C.U. BACHELOR'S DEGREE Has Creighton changed in the past 30 years? The man to ask is attorney Dick Jeffries, who got his bachelor's degree (1995) three decades after his law degree (1965). Page 24.