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Students research cancer
Students may think they understand what it’s like to do research when they work in the lab during the school year, but according to Kelsey Stark ’14, it doesn’t compare. “I didn’t know what research...
Top ways to get involved on campus
You choose a smaller college like Doane for a reason. Here, you’re not a number. You’re a student with endless possibilities who is encouraged to get involved and explore your opportunities. In fact...
2012-13 Scholar Teams Announced
The NAIA national office released the 2012-13 NAIA Scholar Team list on Friday afternoon with 898 programs recognized.  To be on the list, a program must hold a 3.0 grade point average during the...
Doane College to Open New Campus in Omaha
Doane College announced this week that it will be opening another location for the School of Graduate and Professional Studies in Omaha, Nebraska. The Omaha campus will be its fourth in Nebraska;...
History of Tiger Mascot
When you come to Doane, you become a Tiger. The tiger generally symbolizes the same thing across different cultures. It mainly represents strength and power, its image commanding fear and respect....
Summer research offers education through experience
Hands-on experience can often times foster the most learning. Thirty Doane students have the opportunity to learn through doing with summer research projects. The program allows students to...
Doane Announces Spring Dean's List
Doane College’s School of Arts and Sciences has announced students named to the Dean’s List for Spring 2013. Students must achieve a minimum 3.7 grade point average on a 4.0 scale to qualify for...
Meyer Appointed VP of Advancement
Doane College has selected longtime University of Nebraska Foundation administrator Kevin C. Meyer to lead Doane’s Advancement Office. Meyer is currently Senior Vice President and Chief...
Next Omaha Alumni Chapter event
The Omaha Alumni Chapter has been re-established to allow alumni in the area to reconnect with their Doane community. Alumni Relations Director Anne Golden Ziola ‘04, ’10A said there was an alumni...
Nebraska's First Liberal Arts College
Founded in 1872, Doane was the first liberal arts and sciences institution established in Nebraska. This year, Doane celebrates 141 years of providing a strong liberal arts education to students...
Professor writes 30 poems in 30 days
Adjunct English Professor Christine Starr Davis ran the equivalent of a “poetry marathon” for Tupelo Press’ 30/30 Project. “It’s crazy,” Starr Davis said. “Nobody sane would do this.” The 30/30...
A look back
A pick-up and a flatbed were all they needed. Dean Petersen and his son-in-law drove to Beaumont, Texas determined to haul a Navy anchor back to Doane College. “Driving through downtown Dallas at...
Colonel Doane's flagpole
A rather non-descript, but very significant college landmark stands at the south end of the football field at Memorial Stadium.  The American flag that flies during sporting events is mounted on a...
Smith Hall to host gaming community
When students with common interests share a space, it can create a close community and lasting friendships. That is the whole idea behind themed housing. In the fall, Doane will do a trial run of...
First graduates for Doane's Nursing Program thankful for experience
To Anna Lorenz ’13, who just graduated in May from Doane’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies, her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is more than just a degree.  “Before I started my...

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