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Halloween movie screening at the Freeman Center. Pizza included!
A low-key opportunity for undergraduate students interested in pursuing postsecondary education to meet with graduate students attending various Graduate and Professional schools at Duke. The event will include board games and video games for those who would prefer to take the opportunity to relax and meet new people, and also opportunities to talk with current Duke GPS students about the appli…
In this workshop, attendees will learn generalized and industry-specific best practices for converting their CV into a resume. For a portion of the session, attendees will form interactive breakout groups to dig deeper into resumes specific to their industry. Please bring a charged laptop for the breakout portion. Having access to your current CV and/or resume is recommended but not require…
Accepting donated items to take to Reality Ministries.
The purpose of the event is to continue an ongoing conversation for Duke students to meet, network and interact with both male and female Muslim leaders, and professionals while learning more about the many resources available to them within the local communities/organizations in the Triangle area.
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…
Phi Alpha Delta will be hosting a law panel with local lawyers on November 10th!
We’ll meet on the GROW side of the Grainger Roof and will focus on pulling weeds, planning for the spring, and enjoy some food and refreshments!
Once On This Island Rehearsal
Music Ministry coming together to celebrate and get ready for Christmas togther.
Encompasses all volunteering trips for BCS volunteers at Duke. In a given trip, a group of volunteers will drive to Neal Middle School, help tutor students in their classes for about 1 hour, and then drive back to campus.
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.