The College 2 Career center is a resource on campus that is dedicated to helping students discover their passions and find jobs before and after they graduate.
The Chinese Cultures class, taught by Courtney Bruntz, the Asian Studies professor on campus, held an event to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival.
September student and student organization of the month have been announced.
The CAPE (Campus Advocacy, Prevention and Education) Project is holding several meetings called the Tea Time Talks over the fall semester to discuss gender roles and stereotypes.
On the second week of September (9/8-9/14), thousands of people around the nation come together to raise awareness of suicide prevention and take a moment to remember those who have lost their loved ones to suicide.
Doane students and faculty have started putting together a new “religious” group on campus, or rather a non-religious group.