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Practice some basic hand building pottery skills while exploring texture from random discarded objects! During this workshop, you will learn how to make a slab built dish and we will use found objects both natural and manmade to create texture and decoration. No experience required!
Hosted by Nic Net Impact – lunch provided! Please join us for a speed networking lunch for 1st & 2nd years to get to know each other, discuss summer internship experiences, provide guidance for interviewing, etc.
Join us at the Sarah P. Duke Gardens for a relaxing time with paints and Monuts!
Join Coding 4 the Environment for a workshop on machine learning technology! All skill levels welcome but registration is required.
Bi-weekly meeting with members
Join DFX to create your own beanie to stay warm during the winter.
Join Trangout (the CSGD’s trans and gender-nonconforming affinity group) for a trip to the LGBTQ Center of Durham’s trans clothing closet! Meet us on Saturday, November 12 between 10am and noon at 112 West Main St, floor 2, or contact email@example.com for transportation info.
The Duke International Student Center in collaboration with the Graduate Professional Student Services Office would like to invite you to join us on Saturday, November 12th for food, fun, and football.
Phi Alpha Delta will be hosting a law panel with local lawyers on November 10th!
Soul Sweat + Stretch will feature fun, easy to learn moves to get your body moving and heart rate up, set to a playlist of classic RnB and Soul music. We’ll conclude with 15 minutes of gentle stretches to help ease stress and release tension. A variety of modifications will be offered to adapt class combinations for a wide range of abilities. Movers of all levels, backgrounds, and identitie…
Join Duke Students Supporting Israel as we welcome panelists from Reservists on Duty for “Different Backgrounds, Same Truth.” In this panel, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Druze Israelis come together to uncover lies and disinformation about Israel by sharing their stories of growing up in different communities, yet side-by-side as part of the same nation.
Encompasses all volunteering trips for BBBS mentors at Duke. In a given trip, a mentor will drive to KIPP Durham, meet with their matched student (“Little”) for 1 hour, and then drive back to campus.