The Doane Choir is ready for its annual tour, which will run through South Dakota, Kansas and Nebraska.
Doane Forensics returned to action in January, winning two tournaments to close out the month.
First-year students displayed the research results of their first science class Thursday, but they also showed how Doane's innovative biology curriculum is setting itself and students apart.
The stories Erin Bell '15 covered in her prestigious summer internship in Washington D.C. turned into stories themselves, and ones she won't soon forget.
Marketing intern Emily Hallstrom '16 has the experience, know-how and inside scoop on how to succeed at Doane. Read her inside tips.
Jan Willems, Doane's director of international programs, makes sure students are educated and prepared when they travel abroad.
She sheds light on how alumna Caitlin Moore '13, a Peace Corps volunteer recently evacuated from Liberia, had the education and experience to handle an international crisis.
Marketing intern Emily Hallstrom '16 has the experience, know-how and inside scoop on how to tackle moving into college. Read her inside tips.
Last night, Common Grounds was full of music, the smell of Raising Cane's chicken and junior students! The Tigers on Tour (TOTs) hosted our first event of the year for Doane students.
A financial award removed her barriers to international study and now Amanda Petersen '16, a self-described English literature fan, is journeying to one of the world's most mesmerizing cities: London.