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A rather non-descript, but very significant college landmark stands at the south end of the football field at Memorial Stadium.  The American flag that flies during sporting events is mounted on a...
When students with common interests share a space, it can create a close community and lasting friendships. That is the whole idea behind themed housing. In the fall, Doane will do a trial run of...
To Anna Lorenz ’13, who just graduated in May from Doane’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies, her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is more than just a degree.  “Before I started my...
My day doesn’t typically start by waking up at 3 a.m. Nor does my day typically involve riding a jam-packed metro, getting hugged by a woman in a fur coat or standing in a crowd just shy of 1...
Doane is once again hosting an opportunity for cultural learning for Senshu Matsudo Junior High School and Crete area students through Summer Adventure Zone. Doane began originally hosting the event...
Jackie Allen, jazz vocalist, respected jazz vocal educator and songwriting instructor at Doane, grew up around music. Her mother sang at weddings and funerals and her dad was a Dixieland jazz tuba...
Callie Cox ’14, a journalism and media major, is just a small town girl from Alma, Neb. This summer, though, she’ll adjust to city life as she takes a three-month adventure as an unpaid intern in...
Rob Keeney has endured some rough patches during his collegiate career at Doane with injuries, taking him away from the football field and off the track.  However,  those injuries may have allowed...
JaCee Pilkington ’14 was crowned the new Miss Nebraska Saturday night, June 8, in North Platte. JaCee competed as Miss Western Nebraska against 16 other candidates with the platform “Operation...
Greg Heier, the Athletic Director at Doane College in Crete, Nebraska, has been selected by his colleagues as the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Athletic Director-of-the-Year for 2012-13.  Heier...
A new scholarship fund, LIVE Doane Scholarship fund, has been created to help undergraduate students in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Doane College, Lincoln campus. The...
When people find out I’m from Colorado, I’m always asked why I chose to come to Nebraska. There are good schools in Colorado, there are mountains and I could have stayed closer to home. Though I’m...
Bailey Kremke ‘13 was walking through Cassel Open Air Theatre during finals week for a study break when she stopped to look at the engraved bricks around its perimeter. She spotted her name. Her...
Young alumni, from the previous 15 years, have a great opportunity to stay connected with the Doane community through Tigers on Tour events. “It’s a good time to talk about Doane and for different...
Master of Education classes are offered at Doane’s School of Arts and Sciences over the summer so students can receive their Nebraska teaching certification within four years. Education Professor...

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