Creighton University Window Summer 1990

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Reilly, Robert T.
Kuhlman, Thomas A.
Reynolds, Cynthia Furlong
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1990-06
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Reinert, Carl M.,S.J. , Architecture , Stress
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REINERT REMEMBERED; DAYS OF FIREWORKS | In a very personal reminiscence, writer Bob Reilly recalls the man born on the Fourth of July, Fr. Carl Reinert, and the fireworks he set off at Creighton. Page 4.
CAMPUS ARCHITECTURE: CREIGHTON BUILDINGS CAN BE 'READ' LIKE A TEXTBOOK / THE CREIGHTON CAMPUS IS AN OPEN BOOK TO HIM | Professor Thomas Kuhlman opens the book on Creighton campus architecture and marks the places, telling you "how to read it all." Page 10.
BRITISH BLUES / HE'S GOT LONDON BLUES; THEY'RE HERE FOR YOU, TOO | Photographer Michael Flecky, S.J., journeys to London to teach and to produce pictures in an old-fashioned way, using the cyanotype method. See "British Blues" on Page 16.
PARENTS, KIDS & STRESS / PARENTS, KIDS, STRESS AND HOW WE ARE COPING | Writer Cynthia Reynolds takes a look at what parents and their kids do to cope with the stress of massive changes brought on by college and other things. Page 22.
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