DCS Exclusives - Spring 2014
Doane College Society dollars matter. And through these DCS Exclusive videos, the college can say thanks and give you an insiders' view of the stories happening at the College of there's no college like it.
Doane Athletics has celebrated its past and present this year. The man who built one of the NAIA’s best men’s and women’s track and field programs became a facility namesake in February, and Tiger baseball—enjoying its best season—reflected on how different backgrounds build team unity.
The final chapter of the Legendary Coaches Campaign came to a memorable close on Feb. 7. Hear what Beile and others had to say at his ceremony in Fuhrer Field House.
Onward and Upward
Alumni Jamie Helgren '09, Andy Pray '02 and Ziad Jaber '09 shared where a journalism degree from Doane can take you. Now look at the next wave of future media members in these Q&As with current student journalists at Doane, who share what makes their major so special to which full-time journalism and media faculty member - Dr. Lee Thomas or professor David Swartzlander - offers the tougher (but constructive) criticism.
Forbes used her experience as a student journalist at Doane to compete in a national competition, study in Japan and intern in Washington, D.C. An outgoing senior, she looks back on what contributed to her success.
Building confidence and experience has been transformative for Bauer, a Fairbury native who talks about how the skills she’s learned majoring in journalism are paying dividends.
Bell didn’t even plan to study journalism but is now the editor-in-chief of The Doane Owl. The Coloradoan talks about how her experiences in the department led to her prestigious summer internship in Washington, D.C.
Bouc, a junior from Valparaiso, shares how her wide-ranging experience with Doane Student Media has led to winning awards and a scholarship from the Nebraska Press Association.