Kirsten Hetrick, associate professor of German, National Fellowships advisor and Honors Program Director, has decided to leave Doane after nine years. Hetrick has taken a job as the Prestigious Fellowships advisor at North Carolina State University.
The Nebraska Supreme Court voted on Sept. 10 whether to include medical marijuana and a gambling expansion on this year’s general election ballot.
With election day nearing, freshmen running for student congress are promoting their plans and hoping to get the majority of votes to secure a spot in office.
The Admissions Office is continuing its campus tours for prospective students despite the on-going pandemic. However, there are many more rules and regulations to be followed now.
Doane’s Volleyball and Softball teams are looking to build off of underwhelming seasons with the hiring of new head coaches.
The Doane Track and Field team lost their outdoor season due to COVID-19, but their work this semester is not done yet.
Student-teaching has been caught up in a mess of last-minute changes and adaptations. Practicum students have had the option to teach online via Zoom or in-person and on Zoom, depending on the students’ comfortability levels.
Doane students come together to support black students and voices through the Black Student Alliance group.
It is no surprise that Doane students exceed expectations but a couple of students have taken on the role of being self-propelled entrepreneurs while balancing a full-time class schedule.
When President Trump passed a travel ban that halted all unnecessary travel to and from specific countries, for many, it was only a matter of not being able to go on this year’s summer vacation. However, for international students who come to the United States for an education, it was a very…
Us graduates have been watching other schools send out packages and letters to celebrate their recent graduates. Some schools even posted all their graduates on their social media for the graduate to share. We feel neglected.
Dear Tiger Writers,
When I first walked the paths of Doane’s campus as a student, there was no Writing Center. It took a dedicated dean, a pioneering group of faculty and a common-sense, compassionate writing teacher to make it happen.
This year has not gone how any of us planned.
Nobody in the world is particularly happy about being stuck in quarantine, but there are many benefits that people overlook.