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Multicultural Support Services (MSS) is sponsoring the Saakmu Dance Troupe for its Black History Month event, but is also coordinating Karnaval – a Fat Tuesday celebration – with International...
There isn’t just one factor that goes into an award-winning theatre program. It’s many things, and you’ll learn all of them in Doane Theatre, where a history of excellence in costume, sound and set...
Kohl Crecelius is bringing his organization's “Buy a hat. Change a life.” mantra to the Doane. The CEO and co-founder of non-profit Krochet Kids int’l (KKi) will share his messages of hope,...
Fred Beile’s athletes set the highest benchmark in the history of Tiger athletics, earning back-to-back NAIA track and field national championships in 2001 and 2002, Doane’s first national team...
At Doane, leadership isn’t just an institutional initiative. It’s a way of life. The Hansen Leadership Program, named after former Mack Truck President Zenon C.R. Hansen, challenges participants to...
It was the end of the fall semester of 1961 and Dennis Dondlinger was contemplating his future.  Dennis had held a full-ride basketball scholarship at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln at the...
LINCOLN—Doane College’s connection to Lincoln weekend events preceding Martin Luther King Jr. Day were three-fold. Two alumni – Lincoln Public Schools Superintendent Steve Joel ’76 and Lisa M....
Doane is the college of academics. Doane College celebrates the academic accomplishments of its students by posting a Dean’s List every semester. Students that make the list must attain at least a 3...
Erin Bell. You may see her name in the byline of national news outlets like the Chicago Sun Times, The Detroit News and the Winston Salem Journal this summer. Erin, from Julesburg, Colo., earned one...
GRAND ISLAND – It’s a coincidence, really, that Lisa Ávila O’Connor reconnected with Jennifer Worthington. The Grand Island native finished her Bachelor of Science in Sociology at the University of...
This Interterm, Doane students are working with the community to help recognize and celebrate military personnel. Dr. Kay Hegler’s Interterm class, “Serving Warriors,” is organizing and hosting...
Just after 4 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 10, Doane College officially opened its fourth campus for business in Omaha. The first classes start Wednesday, Jan. 15.   Attended by Mayor Jean Stothert and...
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” And in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, Doane College...
Doane is looking for future music education majors. Doane College’s music department is hosting a Music Education Forum on Jan. 20 for high school juniors and seniors to learn more about career...
Interterm, one of Doane’s most unique learning experiences, is slated to change as part of the college’s new curriculum. And though its current format - with on-campus classes in January and travel...

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