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DJAN kicks off with happy hours across the United States
Jewish Alumnae, Staff, and Student Speaking at Upcoming Women’s Weekend
Rabbi Elana Friedman is selected as a 2023 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award recipient.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett visits Duke
As you continue your academic journey at Duke University, we would like to remind you that dining on campus may look slightly different after your first year. The First-Year Dining Plan utilizes the Board Plan and Food Points, while Upperclass Dining Plans utilize Food Points only, giving you the freedom to use your Food Points at any time and any Duke Dining location during operational hours. In addition to your new dining plan options, we encourage you to explore the program offerings below and experience more of what Duke Dining has to offer! -Cooking Classes & Chef Demos-Learn to cook…
Ramadan Mubarak! Ramadan is one of the most sacred months in the Islamic calendar. Muslims observe Ramadan as a month of fasting, reflection, and prayer. Many Muslims will fast from food & drink (including water) from dawn until some time around sunset. We estimate that nearly 400 of the Muslims at Duke will participate in the CML’s Ramadan programming. Ramadan Communications Guide When does Ramadan begin? Some Muslims calculate Ramadan ahead of time while others wait until the new moon is sighted the night before. Therefore, to respect the diversity of our community, we avoid using decisive language about the start of…
The Student Focus feature is a part of the Graduate Professional Student Appreciation Week to highlight and thank the wonderful students and student groups that make our campus vibrant! Submissions were made by Duke staff members.