The Institute for Human and Planetary Health at Doane University will host its second annual symposium, Symposium 2019: “Finding Leverage for …
The Institute for Human and Planetary Health at Doane University will host its second annual symposium, Symposium 2019: “Finding Leverage for Systems Change in Food, Water, Energy, and Economics,” a two-day community event focused on empowering climate change advocates, community leaders and…
Doane was well represented at the Miss Nebraska pageant held in North Platte June 6-8 with the 2018 Miss Nebraska titleholder and 2019 candidate Allison Baird, who is a current student.
Enrollment days are well underway for Doane University. The Office of Admission for Doane had reported 325 incoming freshmen have deposited had listed a total of 40 transfers as of July 2.
Doane filled two interim positions for department heads and roles on the president’s leadership team left open by resignations, according to an email dated May 23 from Doane University President Dr. Jacque Carter.
The men and womens track teams are preparing for the end of the season with the GPAC championships starting Friday.
Men’s tennis lost 5-3 in the Great Plains Athletic Conference Championship against Midland University, ending the team’s postseason.
Men’s and women’s golf competed in the Great Plain Athletic Conference Championship this weekend. The men placed 5th of 11, while the women placed 8th of 11.
Going into the final weeks of the semester, four positions remain open in the Student Affairs Office.
Professor David Sutera, Assistant Professor of Media Communications, will be leaving Doane this summer.
KDNE is hosting their second karaoke night of the year at The Brew House on Thursday. KDNE manager Brooke Buller says that the mic will be open from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. This will be the last event KDNE will put on this year.
Thursday, the Board of Trustees has an opportunity to change the landscape of higher education in the state of Nebraska. The divestment initiative sitting in the Finance Committee, if passed, would be the first of its kind in the state of Nebraska, setting Doane apart from other schools in t…
While I can’t speak for all fellow students, I know I am disappointed in StuCo’s most recent effort, and hope the group can find success in the future.
History must be examined; not suppressed. In the past week, controversy has erupted at Doane over the inclusion of a photo display that includes images of Doane students, from the 1920s, sporting black-face.
“Avengers: Endgame” ends an 11-year era of cinematic mastery.