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Ever wondered what the Bible says? Come join us for a weekly time of fellowship over the Bible as we take a deep dive into what it reveals about God’s will.
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The Alexander Hamilton Society is excited to host Randall Schriver, Former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs, to campus to discuss the One China issue in the context of Ukraine.
For prospective members interested in trying out for the DMC Travel Team! Travel Team Captains will take prospective members through basics of public speaking, constitutional law, and how to build/deliver a moot court argument. The last hour will be an office hours.
Join SHAPE for an interest meeting to learn more about our organization and get information about how to join!
Drop-in advising is for quick questions. If you don’t need a full 30-minute appointment, please consider stopping by a drop-in session hosted by our peer advisors. Drop-in advising can be used to double-check a policy or procedure or to confirm you’re on track with your application or pre-departure steps.
This is the first general body meeting of Duke Helping Hands for Alzheimer’s and other Neurological Disorders (DukeHAND)! Join us to learn more about our club and opportunities to volunteer with individuals with dementia in our community.
An informal, informative event for first-years and other students to learn more about Muse Magazine, Duke’s feminist, woman-run publication. All are welcome to attend, and snacks will be provided!
Weekly meetings for the Duke University Chess Club, which will include lessons with our coach Levan Bregadze
All students are moved in and back in Durham for the first BIG Shabbat during First Big Week! Join us at 5:30pm for a pre-Shabbat oneg (gathering) hosted by the Jewish Student Union, and at 6:00pm for a pluralistic Kabbalat Shabbat service, followed by a free, family-style kosher dinner at 7:00pm
Join Duke SOA for our first event of the semester. We would love to meet you and hear about what you want out of this club!
Performing magic serves as a positive distraction, provides an opportunity to learn a new skill to share with others, and promotes mindfulness through hands-on learning. Come check out Sleight of Hand and learn more about how you can get involved with magic. The showcase is located in the West Campus Oasis; Student Wellness Center (First Floor). No registration needed, all students are welcome….