Cindy Workman talks with Creighton alum Ron Hansen about his book The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, which has been made into a major Hollywood film. And later, Creighton vice president for Academic Affairs Patrick Borchers outlines a model for a property-claims settlement mechanism between Cuba and the U.S.
A'Jamal Byndon talks with John Cavanaugh, executive director of Building Bright Futures, an organization seeking to create a national model of educational excellence and equity in the Douglas/Sarpy county (Neb.) area.
Cindy Workman discusses the ethics of stem cell research with Father Kevin Fitzgerald, a well-known health ethicist researcher at Georgetown University, and Amy Haddad, director of Creighton's Center for Health Policy and Ethics.
Omaha, Nebraska – On Thursday, October 11, the students of the Omaha Public Schools Careeer Center will kick off the evening on Jazz From Studio One with an hour of Latin jazz beginning at 8:00pm. Dizzy Gillespie, Jerry Gonzalez, Laurindo Almeida, and Astrud Gilberto will be among the artists featured on the program.
Cindy Workman talks with political science professor Terry Clark about the role of oil in the survival of Russia. Later, Father Roc O'Connor describes some of the new renovations to St. John's Church on the Creighton campus.