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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.
Join the Women’s Center on Wednesday 11/30 from 6-8pm in the CSGD multipurpose room for a screening of The (In)Visible Organ, a documentary produced with help from the Duke University’s Center for Global Women’s Health Technologies. Following the screening, there will be a discussion on sexual/reproductive health and art narratives’ contribution to health literacy. Register to attend at bit.ly/…
As we close off NAIHM join us in hearing more about how Native students at Duke are engaging in the communities around them, and learn more about opportunities offered to Native undergraduates at Duke and beyond.
Polina Varlamova is a visual artist working with the themes of emigration, the phenomenon of nostalgia, corporeality, and memory. She works with textiles, photography, sculpture, and installation. The variety of mediums and materials allows her to capture different facets of the subject matter and present its visual expression from a broader perspective. The exhibition features two projects: …
Come join us for some snacks and a screen printed tote bag to celebrate FGLI awareness week! Whether you’re an FGLI student or an ally, come on out for a great time!
Duke University Improv and Inside Joke are teaming up for a night of comedy! Each group will perform so you’ll get to see improv comedy AND sketch comedy!
Join the Duke Sustainability Board and Nicholas School Energy club for a bonfire social, fueled by warm fall snacks and drinks.
This sunday, NPHC would like to host a brunch to allow students to come and meet the NPHC exec board. We always want students to come as an opportunity to relax and make connections with fellow Black students on campus.
Come watch anime with us! Selection changes weekly
This event is a regional tournament on the American Moot Court Association’s (AMCA) national circuit. This tournament gives students the chance to qualify for the AMCA national tournament.
This event will serve as a means of fellowship for Black students. They will be able to practice mindfulness in the form of painting while also de-briefing during the finals season.
debate tournament hosted by University of Seattle