Creighton University Window Spring 1991
Schalles, John F.
Reynolds, Cynthia Furlong
Reilly, Robert T.
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THE PLATTE: A TREASURE AT RISK / THE FLAT PLATTE: AN IMPERILED TREASURE OF NEBRASKA, PLAINS Dr. John Schalles, Creighton biologist, and Don Doll, S.J., photographer, take you on a tour of the Platte River system, a three-state treasure of which everyone wants a piece. Page 4.SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK / TRY A NIGHT OUT... ON THE LAWN ... WITH SHAKESPEARE Brian Kokensparger and photographers Don Doll, S.J., Tim Fitzgerald of University of Nebraska at Omaha, and Kent Sievers show you how Shakespeare is done on a midsummer's night as you'll like it. Page 14.SHE SWINGS FOR THE FENCES / COACH HIGGINS SWINGS FOR THE FENCES FOR CREIGHTON, FAMILY Mary Higgins has brought the Lady Jay softball team to national prominence. For her, family or Creighton are the same — she goes for the home run all the time. Read about this enthusiastic top Lady Jay. Page 18.THE BLACKROBE IN LITERATURE / THE JESUITS IN LITERATURE: SALVOS FROM WRITERS' PENS Author Bob Reilly researches the references to Jesuits in literature that trace back to their beginnings. Sometimes it's not flattering, but it's always intriguing. Page 21.