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Doane Forensics Places 12th nationally
The Doane College Forensics team finished 12th in the nation at the American Forensics Association’s National Tournament April 5-8 at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kans. The 12th place...
Garrett Throws No-Hitter in Sweep
Doane College picked up a sweep of Mount Marty College on Sunday, April 7, in softball action with a pair of eight-run victories. Highlighting the afternoon was the complete game, no-hitter, thrown...
Lindsley Sets School Record in Discus
The men's track and field outdoor season opened on March 29 in Hastings at the Bronco Relays. Doane was one of three teams to take part in the meet this year. On the track, Doane won four events but...
Speed Mentoring Success
Life is busy, especially if you’re also juggling school. So how does Doane’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies – a college that prides itself on being designed around students’ needs –...
Late Show Snags Callie Cox '13
I don’t think I’ve ever been so anxious for an email in my life. When I finally saw it, I screamed. I found out I would be spending my summer as an intern in the music department at the “Late Show...
Student Earns Award for Research Poster
Chemistry major Gary Batres '14 recently traveled to Ames, Iowa, to present a poster on his undergraduate research along with hundreds of other students. What he didn’t expect was to have the...
Bishop to Speak on Gay Civil Rights
The upcoming speaker will challenge audience members’ views on equality, morality, justice, entrepreneurship, religion and sexuality. Bishop V. Gene Robinson, who is visiting as part of the Otis...
Alternative Spring Break Spent Week Serving in Colorado
This spring break I was grateful to be part of a group that traded bikinis and beaches for boots and bruises.It was part of Doane’s Alternative Spring Break, a trip sponsored by Sertoma. This year,...
Doane Theatre Honors
Doane’s latest theater production Next to Normal received high praise from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival responder."Last night's performance of Next to Normal was brilliant,”...
Doane Named to Presidents Community Service Honor Roll for Seventh Year
Doane College has been named to the 2013 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.  This designation is the highest honor a college or university can receive for its commitment to...
Kiva Co-Founder Jessica Jackley Speaking April 2
Jessica Jackley, co-founder of the pioneering microfinance organization Kiva, is speaking at Doane College in Crete on Tuesday, April 2 at 7 p.m. in the Heckman Auditorium. Admission is free and the...
Doane to offer Masters with Emphasis in School Counseling
Doane College is expanding its education degree offerings to include a new Master of Arts in Counseling with an emphasis in School Counseling. The program is accepting applications now, with classes...
Engle Throws First Perfect Game in School History
Doane College pitcher Elliott Engle faced 21 Manhattan Christian College batters on Friday afternoon, preventing each one of them from reaching base to record the first recorded perfect game in...
Tigers finish fourth and fifth at NAIA Championship Meet
The women’s track team finished fourth and the men’s team finished fifth at NAIA Track & Field Championships in Geneva, Ohio. The women posted 38 total points while the men posted 39 total....
Ed Fye Named GPAC Track Coach of the Year
For the second year in a row, Doane College Head Track and Field Coach Ed Fye was named the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Track Coach of the Year by the conference coaches. Fye coached...

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