Chance Busey '16 shares his emotional response to Doane's Symphonic Wind Ensemble performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.
During my first visit to Doane, I sat in on a Symphonic Wind Ensemble rehearsal. I remember asking Dr.
Chance Busey '16, writing from Washington D.C. on a trip with Doane's Symphonic Wind Ensembles, looks back on the decision that led him to enroll at Doane.
Rushing a Greek group was something that I knew I would do as soon as I came to Doane.
Most of the Doane alumni in my family have been in a fraternity or sorority, and that was one of the many reasons why I was excited to get the chance to take part in the rushing process.
Erin Bell took advantage of each opportunity at Doane, leading her to the start of a promising journalism career.
Pierce native Chelsea Henery '15 got her job search out of the way well ahead of graduation—in January, she accepted a high school science teaching position at McCook High School. She will also coach the cheerleading team.
Dylan Relue ’15 sees the world through a lens, and he needed the right college academic program to build on his passion for filmmaking. A conversation with Associate Professor of Theatre Rob McKercher three years ago was exactly what he needed.
Hannah Bauer '15 parlayed an internship into a full-time job as a marketing specialist with Cornerstone Print & Marketing, which is merging with two other Lincoln agencies under the name Firespring.