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Games and culture are deeply intertwined. How do the games we play reflect our cultures, and how do our cultures give rise to the games that we play? Join us for a discussion with Duke GameLab director and AMES department professor Shai Ginsburg! Game Night to follow in Classroom 5 and 6.
A thrifthouse where Duke students can give old clothes from the Duke community a new home.
This is a phone bank hosted by Duke Dems.
As we celebrate NAIHM, we will be hosting a moccasin making night open to all members interested, no experience necessary!
Join us for a collaboration event between GANO tutoring club and Duke’s Wellness Center! A Wellness Center Intern will lead a conversation about mental health and general wellbeing before we dive into a fall-themed paint activity. We will provide supplies for both tutors and tutees.
A special talk with Elizabeth Schrader Polczer about John 11 and the role of women in Biblical manuscripts.
Freewater Presentations is excited to present our second Students Choice Marathon! This weekend, choose which theme we’ll be screening: “Good For Her”, “Michael Cera Marathon”, or “Girls Night Out”? Check out our IG @duufreewaterpres or follow the link for info on which movies will be shown and to vote! The winning theme will be announced on Tuesday, 11/8 on instagram!
Are you interested in consulting? Come join us and 3 upperclassmen panelists who have experience working in the consulting industry to practice a mock consulting case. Casing is a core part of consulting, so come learn best practices and tips from BOW upperclassmen in consulting. You will also get the opportunity to practice doing a case on your own in a low stakes environment. This is also a g…
Each Thursday we will be hosting seminars meant to introduce members into the fundamentals of general aviation flying and inform them on the process of becoming Private Pilot. Seminars are taught by licensed pilots and may include guest appearances from faculty and other industry speakers. Open to all Duke community.
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.
An event to celebrate the robust talents of Indigenous people across the nation.