Doane President Jaque Carter equated faculty dissatisfaction to Anne Frank and hiding from the Nazis during World War II.
It is no longer a matter of if but when the coronavirus, now known as COVID-19, will drastically affect the United States.
Doane professor Courtney Baillie is looking to help students learn about doing their taxes, a skill college students don’t always possess.
A firm that Doane hired has students concerned about their education and professors.
The Doane wrestling team had one individual champion and two additional top three finishes to place seventh overall at the conference championships in Sioux City, Iowa.
Doane football's newest member Kenisha Jacsaint, the first female to play for the team. Jacsaint was unsure of joining the team after previous issues on her former team, but she said the team has been welcoming and supportive of her.
Doane Football welcomes Kenisha Jacsaint as the first female to join the team.
2018 Doane graduate, Kennerly Benraty, gets creative by starting Shield Talk: Doane’s Alumni Podcast Show. With two years working as a Development Officer under his belt; Benraty aimed to showcase alumni stories and professor research by meeting listeners in their chair through a podcast.
With Weeks of the Greeks upon us, many students are rushing around with their newfound groups, but there are others who opted to not rush.
Mack Hansen is not a real person.
High school students have plenty of options for colleges to attend.
This week is Random Acts of Kindness week, according to a Student Affairs email on Tuesday.
We, as a society need to do a better job of getting the full story before we make assumptions before we destroy another innocent person’s reputation and career. The Me Too movement needs to be more accepting of violence and sexual assault that is committed against men because men can be vict…
With ‘cuffing season’ upon us once again, I challenge you to spend Valentine’s day differently this year.