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Doane spring dance project to feature a tribute to World War II
More than 40 Doane College students will be taking part in a spring dance project that will showcase many of the dancing styles of the 1940s. The project, titled Put on Your Dancing Shoes (POYDS),...
Civil Rights portraits to be unveiled at Doane
Doane College will host a grand unveiling of five portraits of Civil Rights leaders on Friday, April 17 from 5-7 p.m. The event will be held at the Farley Korff Welcome Center in the lower level of...
Doane Forensics finishes 10th at nationals
With the highest individual placing ever by one of its competitors, Doane Forensics cracked the nation’s top 10 for the first time in program history this year. The team traveled to Portland, Oregon...
Hubbell, Sather, Strobl announced as Doanes first Fulbrights of 2015
After spending the better part of 2014 abroad, Maggie Hubbell ’15 is headed back overseas after graduation. But it shouldn't come as a surprise. That was always her plan. Hubbell was the first of...
Doane receives ESGR's Pro Patria Award
Doane received the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve's Pro Patria Award on March 21. The honor is the highest level award that can be presented by a state ESGR committee to distinguish...
Elder, Burks taking part in SciPop Talks! speaker series
LINCOLN—Doane College science faculty members Drs. Brad Elder and Raychelle Burks will each speak in the 2015 “SciPop Talks!”, a seven-week series that explores scientific connections in pop culture...
Doane's top 10 tweets of 2014
The Doane College Twitter account, much like its Facebook counterpart, cultivated a bigger following during 2014. Five hundred new followers joined Doane's ranks, boosting the total from around 750...
Doane's top 10 Facebook posts of 2014
The Doane College Facebook page saw unprecedented growth last year, gaining more than 1,000 new likes and picking up steam with 500 of those likes coming between October and December. Here’s a...
Doane's top 10 news stories of 2014
The results are in! Here are the 10 most-read news stories from 2014 featured online in Doane College’s news feed and (making its debut last year) the Doane Blog. 1: Gentry Doane headed back to...
New on-campus, online classes to be offered this summer
For students who want to get ahead, Doane College is offering new options at its Crete campus. As part of the new academic calendar, on-campus and online courses will be offered this summer for...
Weber speaking at Winter Commencement
Lincoln Public Schools Associate Superintendent for Human Resources Eric Weber will be the featured speaker at Doane College’s upcoming Winter Commencement ceremony. About 140 graduate and...
Remember the Titans coach Herman Boone speaking at Doane
Former high school football coach Herman Boone—portrayed by Denzel Washington in the popular 2000 Disney film “Remember the Titans”—is the first featured guest in the Hansen Speaker Series for the...
Johnson receives NATM lifetime achievement award
Doane College Professor of Mathematics Dr. Jim Johnson was honored this week with the Milton W. Beckman Lifetime Achievement Award, presented at the Nebraska Association of Teachers of Mathematics...
Student magazine a finalist for national design award
Doane’s student magazine, 1014 Magazine, is a finalist for the Best of Collegiate Design Pinnacle Awards, a national award sponsored by the College Media Association. “Dreaming of Diamonds,” a story...
U.S. News & World Report, The Washington Monthly rank Doane among nation's best colleges
Doane College was recently ranked among the nation’s best liberal arts colleges by two more publications: U.S. News & World Report and The Washington Monthly. Out of the 246 schools in its...

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