Creighton University Window Fall 1988

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Dieckman, Suzanne
Clark, Nancy
Stockhausen, Gerard L., S.J.
Cameron, Sr. Muriel
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1988-09
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Theater , Gentle Teaching , International Trade , Saint Duchesne
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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.
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