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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,...
The American Cancer Society recently confirmed Doane College as the first collegiate Relay For Life event in the nation. The University of Georgia was previously thought to be the first collegiate...
It’s 1934 and The Cleveland Grand Opera company prepares to welcome world-famous tenor Tito Merelli for a sold-out, one night only performance. It’s all downhill from there. What transpires is a...
Doane College is pleased to announce that it has appointed Dr. Donald Belau as the new director of the Master of Arts in Counseling program with the titles of associate dean and associate professor...
Doane College has recently announced the hiring of Colleen Haack as director and April Paschall as coordinator of operations for its new Omaha campus. Classes are scheduled to begin in January 2014...
The Hansen Speakers Series will start out strong with its first guest Shannon O’Neil at 7 p.m. Oct. 8 in Heckman Auditorium. This event is free and open to the public. O’Neil is a Senior Fellow for...
Tyler Johnson ’15, an environmental science major, is a Nebraska native from Omaha.This semester, however, he is on a life-time adventure studying abroad in Australia. Tyler’s blog “Tyler’s...
Doane’s School of Arts and Sciences no longer requires high school students to request an official transcript to be sent to the Admission Office as part of the undergraduate application process....
After being named a top national liberal arts college last week by U.S.News & World Report, Doane College is again in the rankings listed among the best liberal arts colleges in the nation and...

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