|As we did last year, GE Healthcare recruited for IMLP
Interns at Creighton University. Below are some photos of the Creighton campus and how it has changed in the last year along
with Omaha in general.
J Rummel from the Department of IT at Creighton, Brandon Henak my fellow recruiter from GE, and Ed Austin also from Creighton's Dept IT
We ate at the Billy Blues Alumni Grill
in the HUGE new Mike & Josie Harper Center
Billy Blues' has a liquor license...on campus!
The auditorium is very spacious
Brandon in front of our GE display at the Fall Volunteer & Career Fair
Lots of construction still going on
The fountain near the Harper Center has tiles from the old art deco building that used to sit across from the Law School
In the distance is Morrison Stadium
Opus Square is one of the newer residence halls at Creighton
Wow...I'm not sure if students can say "Meet me on the Venteicher Mall"
Billy the Bluejay in front of the stadium
The Harper Center is a REALLY big building
Sculpture in front of McGloin
24th Street looking South from near Deglman Circle/Jesuit Gardens
Some things remain the same - like the Admin...errr...I mean Creighton Hall
The squirrels of Creighton!
The Jesuit Gardens
A new sculpture of a man sitting on an eagle sits on top of the entrance to St. John's
My good friends from COBA, Colleen and Pam
Tired students walking along the mall near the Student Center
A Monarch butterfly in the bountiful flowers near the Student Center
The fountain in front of St. John's
Side staircase of the Harper Center
The Brewjay in front of the main entrance of the Harper Center (although this is the 2nd floor...kinda confusing)
St. Ignatius stands in front of the Reinert Library
Studying in front of the Student Center
St. John's and Creighton Hall (where the administrators work)
Green tiles from the Lied Center
A nice fountain from in front of the Law School
More Harper Center
Next I went to visit my friends Daniel and Andrea as well as their daughter Aderyn. Here Aderyn is throwing
bread to the birds.
They were supposed to throw it on the count of three but two was as far as Aderyn got before throwing her bread
Aderyn looks at a ladybug that landed on her hand, later it dropped off and she accidentally stepped on it - poor
Daniel works as a grassroots promoter of energy efficiency, he's letting the non-CFL blub on the left burn out before
he upgrades that
We also visited the new J Robert Kerry Pedestrian
Bridge over the Missouri River, it's very fancy
A nice LED installation near the bridge, I think it's supposed to look like prarie grass
There's Iowa just across the river!
And the Qwest Center just behind the bridge
Aderyn, Andrea, and Daniel
You can see St. Cecelia's in the background with two towers, and to the left of that Creighton's....Creighton Hall dimly lit
The National Parks office for the region is on the Nebraska side of the bridge and is evidently a very green/LEED certified building
Aderyn emerges from a teepee
One of the pillars of the suspension bridge reflected in the National Park building, I was waiting for it to turn green since it was cycling
through the colors quite fast when we arrived but as we left it was purple for at least 5-10 minutes. The one near the Iowa side
was still cycling though...
Aderyn says goodnight to Daniel
An evil cursed cat!
Daniel loves power efficiency so he has this fancy meter that shows by the color of the LED on top if it's peak, medium, or off-peak
energy time and by the speed the LED lights in the arc across the top how much energy the house is consuming. He's installed
geothermal heating in his house
Another evil cat...
An ad for Siemens Medical Systems at O'Hare...I'm sure they don't have the answers!
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