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On a July afternoon in 1984, the world reeled from the largest single-gunman massacre in U.S. History.  The rampage of an unemployed security guard killed 21 people at a McDonald's in San Ysidro,...
MaLinda Henry '92 knew she wanted to study primates by her eighth-grade year at McCook Middle School. She met her share of doubters. McCook is a long way from primates and forests. But fortunately,...
Doane baseball moved into uncharted territory after sweeping a pair of games against Dakota Wesleyan University. Doane improved to 10-0 in the GPAC, the first time in school history that the Tigers...
In the past year, health care reform captured America's attention. People packed town hall meetings. They flooded senators with correspondence. Because the reform is a complicated departure from the...
The Tiger women's tennis team suffered a 9-0 set-back to Nebraska Wesleyan on Tuesday afternoon in Lincoln. Doane managed to win a mere six points in singles action, with four players getting...
It's 1987 in southern Sudan. Santino Akot is nine. A slender boy tending cattle at the edge of his village, Marial Baai. Until this moment, he is a middle child in a middle-class family with seven...
The Doane baseball team took on Morningside College on Tuesday afternoon in Crete with first place in the GPAC at stake. Game one went to the Mustangs, 4-3 in 11 innings while the Tigers took game...
2007. Doane offers free HIV testing. Four students show up. 2008. The free HIV test station in Perry Campus Center is the place to be one cold February Tuesday. Testers run out of kits and turn a...
Doane fell in men's tennis action on Tuesday to Nebraska Wesleyan, 9-0, at the Nebraska Tennis Center. Ross Schulenberg dropped his match with Jamie Holmes, 1-6, 4-6. Chance Hohensee lost 0-6, 1-6,...
Defining moments. They sound big, don't they? Big and loud. Moments that say: 'Life change headed your way.' But they are quiet, and usually only seen with hindsight. Jeremy Wilhelm is not even 35,...
The Tiger women's golf team took sixth place at the Hastings Spring Invitational on Tuesday. They will head back to Hastings on Monday, April 18, for the GPAC Qualifier which will also be held at...
Terri Vrtiska fits the profile of many Doane students in the early 1980s. She grew up in the tiny farming community of Table Rock and graduated with 20 classmates. Her father was a dryland farmer...
The Doane women's tennis team dropped their only home match of the year on Wednesday, falling to Hastings College, 8-1. The Tigers have a weekend swing remaining before the season comes to a close....
The Tiger throwers took on their fellow competitors from Hastings and Midland on Wednesday at the Midland University Field Events Meet in Fremont. Doane posted five automatic marks and three...
Jill Wineman, of Gering, joined the legions of working mothers about nine months ago with the birth of her daughter, Emery. Now, Wineman will be joining Nebraska women who have been selected as...

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