By the Triumph Editors In the Spring of 2019, a number of students at Creighton organized in hopes to pressure the University to divest its endowment—donated funds which are invested in a number of sectors—from fossil fuels. The first thrust began with a small group of students, who, after being told they needed ‘the numbers’ to write legislation around divestment, arranged a meeting with Creighton’s … Continue reading Ad Majorem Petroleum Gloriam: Why is Creighton acting against students’ climate referendum?
A season review with reflection, and a post-season preview for the local basketball programs. By Phil Gillen It happens every year, right after February Fever. Millions of people who paid little to no attention to college basketball for the previous four months suddenly become heavily invested, setting up bracket pools, betting untold amounts of money on game outcomes, and searching hungrily for underdog narratives and … Continue reading March Madness, For Better or for Worse