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Esther Cheng will be teaching us the basics of crochet and leading a workshop to create flower keychains to take home! There will be free food and crochet assistants around the room to help out!
A celebration for our chapter and the greater Duke community for the end of the semester and Christmas coming
In addition to our weekly events at WU, The Writers’ Collective has decided to pilot an East Campus writing workshop for the convenience of interested Freshmen! This meeting is an opportunity to connect with peers, devote time to personal projects, and, if you’re interested, get feedback on creative writing! All are welcome, and after the first few minutes of socializing, attendees are free to …
Come celebrate Duke QB QuestDay with us! There will be food, games, music, and the opportunity to see many of your fellow Duke Questies.
Celebrate this year con tu gente with the decoration of a Christmas tree, some amazing food, and some fun traditional games!
Duke Global Medical Brigades Dr. Fuller speaker lecture event
Dance party at Duke Coffeehouse featuring student DJs
Come downstairs to take a break from studying and enjoy some hot food and beverages!
Are you interested in exploring your identity at Duke? Are you interested in exploring your identity and finding community among AAPI students? This Asian American Life (TAAL) involves activities and discussions centered around our shared and intersectional experiences as AAPI students at Duke. We will introduce you to the history of AAPI political work and what it means to be a part of thi…
The Ciceronian Society will host a fun event for first-years to get engaged with the club and learn more about us. This event is oriented towards first-years hence its location on East Campus, but will be open and encouraged for all years of students.
Let’s celebrate the end of the semester with music, dance and fun!
Live music from experimental artists Che Chen & Patrick Shiroishi, Setting (Nathan Bowles, Jaime Fennelly, and Joe Westerlund), and Nora Rogers Doors at 8:30pm, music at 9pm. $5 or FREE with Duke ID.