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Tabling to sell holiday candy grams to fundraise for runway of dreams
Zines have an extensive history as a medium of choice for marginalized voices, outcasts, and countercultures. The format—unencumbered by rules relating to form, function, or purpose—allows makers to share their voices without feeling they can’t afford it or that there isn’t an audience for their stories, and to find the approach that best expresses their unique self. In this hands-on workshop, …
Annual ENC potluck with food from all over the world prepared by ENC students! Join us for a time of food, fellowship, and fun.
Devils en Pointe is proud to present our annual performance of excerpts from the Nutcracker!
NAISA will host a panel discussing Indigenous advocacy, featuring Dr. Courtney Lewis.
Come out to hear North Carolina Utility Commissioner, Jeff Hughes, speak about the job of a utility commission, the commission’s role in implementing the NC Carbon Plan, and how the commission balances the competing interests of various stakeholders. This is an extremely timely event because the Commission must choose a Carbon plan to be implemented by December of this year that will achieve em…
Join NAISA in NAHM celebrations in our screening of the Native film, “Smoke Signals”.
Did you know on any given day you can encounter an astonishing variety of wild animals right on campus? It’s true, and I’m not just talking about bugs. Or squirrels, although I love those little acorn spreaders. I’m talking about birds. In this session we will seek the liveliness of the world around us. Specifically, we will go to those underexplored margins of campus to kick up jewels…
Blue Devils vs Cancer will be sponsoring an event in which anyone can come to make blankets for patients receiving treatment at the Duke Cancer Center. Crafting supplies will be provided.
Welcome all Duke LIFE and Questbridge students to our winter social event! There will be fun activities like gingerbread house decorating competition, drinking hot chocolate, and making paper snowflake garlands.
A program collaboration with staff from CAPs, we will be exploring different tools, resources, practices, and ways of self-advocating/communicating your needs in clinical therapy spaces. Dinner & refreshments will be provided.
This will be a time for students to come together to chat about pieces for the journal and have a drink. Students will be able to talk about things they have worked on this semester that could be pieces for the journal, things they can work on over break to submit to the journal, and for the executive team to find people that are interested in being guest editors and to join the team as a first…