Doane College Names Homecoming Duke and Duchess
(Crete, Neb.) -- Doane College seniors Tim Reed of Syracuse and Danni Erdkamp of Exeter were crowned Duke and Duchess during Homecoming events Thursday, Oct. 7, at Fuhrer Field House.
Duke and Duchess are chosen by a vote of the student body.
Reed is an exercise science major who plans to attend graduate school to become a Doctor of Physical Therapy. His campus involvement includes Doane Ambassadors, captain of the football team, Health and Medical Occupations Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and athletic training. He is the son of Blaine and Patty Reed of Syracuse.
Erdkamp is studying psychology with a minor in music at Doane. Her involvement on campus includes Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Doane Choir, Relay For Life Executive Committee, LAR Teacher's Assistant, Psychology Tutor, Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society, Alpha Lamda Delta Honors Society and Direction's Mentor. She is the daughter of Dale and Julie Erdkamp of Exeter. She plans to attend graduate school studying counseling.
Doane College is the first private liberal arts and sciences college in Nebraska. Doane has campuses in Crete, Lincoln and Grand Island. Forbes.com ranked Doane among the top Midwest colleges. Doane also is consistently ranked among the top colleges and universities in the Midwest by U.S.News & World Report and The Princeton Review.