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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...
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’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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
LINCOLN – On any given Saturday, Ron Quick and his camera are on the chase, hunting new subjects or the perfect shadow to turn an old shot new. He’s not looking for sunsets or live action. Instead,...
Award-winning author Luis Alberto Urrea will speak about his acclaimed book “The Devil’s Highway,” which won the Lannan Literary Award and was a Pulitzer Prize Award finalist in 2005 for non-fiction...
Kevin Meyer has been at Doane only a few months. Appointed over the summer as the college’s new vice president for advancement, he is – admittedly – still learning about the college and its legacy....
Doane College's School of Graduate and Professional Studies has made AC Online’s list of “Most Affordable Small Private Colleges”, with tuition and fees at only $8,120. Student enrollment is 3,129,...

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