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Duke Humanities in Medicine is excited to announce that Dr. Jocelyn Streid will be speaking in Gross Hall on Saturday, April 15 from 3-5 PM! Dr. Streid is a former Duke English major, Robertson Scholar, and student preacher who went on to get her MD/MPP from Harvard. She is now a resident anesthesiologist in Boston researching spiritual practice as a mechanism for compassion renewal in end-of-l…
Join the Duke Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Department for their Arabic Night. Then, pray Maghrib and enjoy iftar with Duke MAA, Duke MSA, and Duke CML at the Brodhead Center! Iftar will be followed by Isha’a and Taraweeh at the CML. Program: Arabic Night: 6pm @ Rubenstein Library Room 153 Sunset: 7:48pm Maghrib Iqamah: 8:03pm @ Brodhead 067 Iftar: After Maghrib @ Skillet Brodhead Ce…
Bricks to Stone Celebration
Come and have fun at a Wannamaker themed Carnival! There will be inflatables, food, games, and more!
We’re throwing a party to celebrate the launch of our Asian/American zine, Margins!
A night of free pizza and games with numerous STEM-related student groups (the Lyceum, DuQis, Chess Club, Robotics Club, etc.)!
Join us on Wednesday the 12th for free food and an info session on the upcoming DIRA elections!
Duke Investment Club is collaborating with HSP – a premier Wall St headhunting firm – to educate students on the private equity recruiting process following graduation.
Curious how the alumni network invests in Duke entrepreneurs? Hoping for support for a business idea you have? Come learn from T. Reid Lewis, Founder of the Duke Global Entrepreneurship Network about what DukeGEN is and how student and alumni entrepreneurs can support each other. DukeGEN is one of the top organizations supporting entrepreneurship on Duke’s campus, with over 9,500 members from D…
Duke Chinese Music Ensemble is glad to present our concert for Spring semester 2023. We are thrilled to have Master Yazhi Guo, a world-class Suona player, musician and composer as our guest player this year. Come and enjoy a whole hour of modern and traditional Chinese music with us. Free admission, all are welcome!
Join Bench & Bar for a hands-on workshop with Dean Barley about the process of crafting your resume for your law school applications. If you will be applying to a deferral program Spring/Summer 2023 and/or in the regular application cycle in Fall 2023, this session is for you! Attendance is MANDATORY for future resume advising!
Do you know a lot about music? Can you recognize your favorite song from the first few seconds? Test your music knowledge at Duke@Nite’s Name that Tune trivia at 8:30 PM on Thursday, April 13th in Devil’s Krafthouse (bottom floor of WU)!