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A thrifthouse where Duke students can give old clothes from the Duke community a new home.
Duke Dreamcatchers is planning on making patients’ dreams come true. Patients from the liberty hospice, which is a hospice that the duke dreamcatchers partnered with, let us know that they wish us to host a Christmas event for them. We will be making Christmas ornaments for patients and decorating their Christmas tree.
Interested in learning more about Barclays? Join Duke alums and campus recruiters at the bank for a networking session, and chat with representatives in a small group setting! Dress code: business professional. Resumes are optional.
This will be an election night watch party hosted by Duke Dems
Tinikling is a traditional Philippine dance done while jumping over bamboo poles. Come learn the basics of the dance in this workshop hosted by Duke Pamilya and the Filipino American Performing Artists of North Carolina. No dance experience required- EVERYONE is welcome! Light Filipino snacks served afterward.
NAMI will table on BC Plaza and students can paste a post-it note on our poster board with an affirmation or gratitude message and take a free donut.
Come to this hour-long chat for first-year students to discuss healthy relationships, trade ideas about strengthening the relationships in your life, and connect with one another. Plus, we’ll have cookies!
Come to the Ruby CoLab MakerSpace on Friday, November 11th 4-6 PM to join duARTS in a soap-making workshop with a local vendor. Gina from Little Homestead Farm will be leading two melt and pour workshops, and participants will get to leave with 2-3 small, round soaps! You will get to customize your add-ins and scents!
This is a phone bank hosted by Duke Dems.
An event to celebrate the robust talents of Indigenous people across the nation.
Join Jasūr Magazine on November 10, 6 PM EST to speak with Helen Zughaib, an Arab-American artist whose work has been gifted to heads of state such as President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Helen Zughaib is a critically acclaimed artist currently based in Washington D.C. Originally from Beirut, Lebanon her artwork explores themes of migration, gender, and religion th…
As we celebrate NAIHM, we will be hosting a moccasin making night open to all members interested, no experience necessary!