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Four Doane students have taken Twitter into their own hands and created a campaign to address cyberbullying on campus. The campaign is part of a project for Communications Instructor Nathaniel...
I’m about to embark on my last finals week, possibly ever, definitely the last at Doane. As I plan for the week ahead, I’ve realized nothing is ever consistent about the way I prepare. Some...
Started in 1989 by Larry Monson, the President’s Concert is a night “to give the students the opportunity to come together for the last time and enjoy singing and playing their favorite pieces,”...
New efforts to go green at Doane were made this week when 30 trees were planted as part of the Doane Carbon Capture Project. Funding for the project was approved last year and the planning was...
The six solar (photovoltaic PV) panels that were installed on the roof of the Chab Weyers Education & Hixson Lied Art Building two months ago have generated enough energy to offset the...
Ryan Corrigan is a talented photographer, but the shot that may have earned him a Fulbright Scholarship is the one he didn’t take. As a sophomore, Ryan traveled to India through Doane’s interterm...
Doane College will mark Commencement 2013 with a weekend of activities, culminating in the commencement ceremony Sunday, May 19. Approximately 650 undergraduate and graduate degrees will be awarded...
It was 52 degrees with 30-mph winds. But the energy of the Doane band warmed the waiting crowd. Horns waving, chanting, dancing, a bit of belly bumping and you couldn’t help but get caught up in the...
Outdoor Track & Field - Sat, May. 4, 2013 at 5:55 PM Results 1 Results 2The Tiger track and field teams claimed the 2013 GPAC Outdoor Championships on Saturday afternoon in Seward as each team...
Men's Tennis - Sat, May. 4, 2013 at 10:05 PM Box Score The men's tennis team made history on Saturday afternoon as they punched their first ticket to the NAIA National Tournament since the program...
Sophomore McKehna Thiem is one of only 50 students nationwide who will spend a week this summer training with the Oxfam Change Initiative. The Oxfam Organization is a nonprofit organization that...
Doane junior Nick Reed has been selected as the 2013 NAIA Emil S. Liston Award recipient for men's basketball. Each NAIA conference is able to nominate one student-athlete for this annual award, one...
Big is not an understatement for our newest Tiger on campus.  At 7.5’ tall and 1,600 lbs., the new bronze Tiger sculpture looms proudly over the entrance of the George and Sally Haddix Recreation...
Doane is pleased to announce the college’s first Equestrian Team set to begin this August. “Doane College’s tradition of innovation is sharply focused on the student experience and ensuring the...
Community service and giving is the main theme of this year’s Stop Day celebration. Doane's administration and Student Congress made tremendous efforts to bring back the original purpose of Stop...

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