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Join Duke Society for Ecological Restoration for an evening of learning about careers in ecological restoration! We will engage in conversations with restoration practitioners from the private and non-profit sectors. Bring your questions, bring a friend, or just bring yourself! Food will be provided. After the panel, feel free to stay for an informal DSER social.
Join us to learn about the Duke Alt Protein Project, the initiatives that we have planned for the year, and how you can get involved with the club!
Moot Court Meetings during the week to help Moot Court members prepare pertinent skills for competition.
Debate tournament in Ithaca, NY
A podcast created by our very own BOW members! Grace and Hannah of the Entrepreneurship Committee will be interviewing Barbara Euripedes- a recent (2021 grad!) Duke alumna who published her own book- “Brains, Beauty, Boss” that was a named a #1 Amazon Best New Release. Listen to the episode released on Spotify and come talk about it!
Get together with the Filipino community at Duke as we celebrate an integral part of our culture– food! Anyone welcome at any point of the evening, whether you come at the start of cooking or just join for dinner.
Come join us Thursday September 29th at 6pm in the Duke LIFE living room for socialization, games, food, and getting to know other low-income and/or first generation students on campus!
A chance to climb to the top of the chapel and see the entire Duke campus and Durham area!
Meeting space to allow for Moot Court members to ask additional questions or receive additional practice.
DIFF, in collaboration with Universal Pictures, will be hosting an advanced screening of the romantic comedy Bros at the AMC Classic Durham 15 Theater on Tuesday, September 27th at 8 p.m. Tickets are free! Arrive 15-20 minutes early. Uber recommended (~$10).
Religious class focusing how we, as Christians, can better reach out to all those around us with love and equity. We learn from the example of Christ and His interactions with displaced persons.
Duke Engineers for International Development will be hosting a social event where members will be creating presentations related to our club and then presenting them in small groups.