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Learning Commons will be anything but common
Perkins Library will get a makeover for the fall of 2014, making it a one-stop shop for many students’ needs. What is now the upper level of the library will become the Learning Commons, which will...
Tigers get back on the mat
The Tiger grapplers are back for the first time since the 1970s, and they’re ready to show competitors what Doane wrestling is all about. Hard work. Head Coach Tyson Springer said the team’s...
Gokie competes for US Bobsled team
The question from her coach came innocently enough. “Hey Kylie, do you want to go to Canada and compete with the US Bobsled team?” So Kylie Gokie ’17, thinking it was just a joke, played along. “Oh...
Doane's Before I Die wall makes Chang's book
A photo of Doane’s “Before I Die Wall” has made the final draft of artist Candy Chang’s book of the same name, which was released on Nov. 5. The book, "Before I Die," contains pictures of similar...
Doane celebrates National Philanthropy Day
Instituted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, National Philanthropy Day is set aside to bring attention to the significant contributions that people make on individuals, communities...
Winterlude bringing together community, celebration
Anyone can celebrate summer. (That’s why everyone does celebrate summer.) Winter is tricky. You have to give the requisite nod to its star features (snow and cold). But what you really celebrate is...
Doane Theatre production draws rave reviews, gets ready for next show
Doane’s production of “Lend Me a Tenor” tickled funny bones and won the praise of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) responder. “This is not an easy show to do, nor is...
Early Childhood Education Professor Florendo wins research paper award from NREA
Doane College's Jackie Florendo, an early childhood education professor, received the Howard A. Dawson Best Research Paper Award from the National Rural Education Association. Florendo and her...
Dredla Speaker Series continues with GWU's Braman
Dr. Donald Braman, anthropologist and law professor at George Washington University, will be at the School of Arts and Sciences in Crete on Nov. 14 to share his current research on policing. The...
Thomas goes behind the scenes at Pink concert
Coryelle Thomas ’14 is pursuing a major in journalism and media and a minor in theatre, yet still making the most of her free time. Following her passion for entertainment, she spent the summer as...
Grand Island GPS celebrating 10th year
This year, Doane’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies in Grand Island celebrated its 10-year anniversary. On Oct. 10, the campus had a birthday celebration organized by the alumni office...
Acclaimed Chiara String Quartet coming to Crete
Doane College proudly presents The Chiara String Quartet in concert 7 p.m. Nov. 12th in Heckman Auditorium at the School of Arts and Sciences in Crete. The Chiara String Quartet - Rebecca Fischer...
Krebs puts biology degree to work at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo
Mandi Frerking Krebs '01 had no idea what she wanted to do with her biology degree when she graduated from Doane’s School of Arts and Sciences. Most biology students were encouraged to go into...
National Non-Traditional Student Week: Application on top of theory
There’s something to be said for putting a face to a name.  Kerry Fina knows that the old adage carries some weight when an elected official steps into the classroom for discussion with his American...
Chicano touring production Minnecanos to perform on Crete campus
Mixed Blood Theatre brings "Minnecanos," its acclaimed Chicano touring production, to Doane’s School of Arts and Sciences Campus for a Wednesday performance at 8 p.m. on Nov. 6 in Heckman Auditorium...

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