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A free and open workshop for all Duke Students to provide the opportunity for students to learn dance in a safe/open environment. Will offer two sessions, one for beginners and one for intermediate/advanced dancers.
A presentation and discussion to follow with NC State William C. Friday Distinguished University Professor Walt Wolfram about language diversity, awareness, and discrimination at Duke and higher education at large. Why are some types of English more “desired” in higher education than others?
We will be hosting a drum circle through the wellness center and share other resources available in the wellness center.
Duke Undergraduate Energy Club will be kicking off our Energy 101 series for the 2022-23 school year by hosting Professor Tim Johnson of the Nicholas School of the Environment. Professor Johnson will be sharing some lecture-style slides with students with interactive Q&A to follow.
Mary Lou Williams Center Staff will be coming to East Campus Marketplace on the 4th Thursday of every month to have dinner with the First-year students in their neck of the woods. When you’re new to campus, it is intimidating to walk into a center where you don’t know many people. The Mary Lou staff wants to take the time to meet you where you do feel comfortable and enjoy a good meal. Nothing …
We went ahead and MIXED ourselves a group of NUTTY Newbies that’re nothing to SNEEZE at!… That’s all the nut puns I had. Come to our comedy show. It’s called Nut-Free Newbies. We do sketches. Thursday October 27th, 7pm. Page Auditorium.
Come celebrate DUU Oktoberfest, inspired by the largest festival in Germany! Bring a friend & play in the cornhole tournament for prizes, grab free merch and food (including pretzels and beer for those 21+), and paint your own tankard!
TASA will be holding a movie night where the members can come together to watch a Taiwanese film called Our Times while eating snacks such as popcorn chicken.
Come enjoy fall-themed treats, and get tips and tricks for Spring 2023 book bagging at our October GBM!
Weekly dinner and gathering for Few residents in the Brodhead Center to build community and belonging among residents as well as support the social, residential, and intellectual life of the Quad. A regular rotation of faculty, university leadership, and residence life staff will join. Free dessert will be provided and attendees will earn President’s Quad Cup points for their Quad.
Students talking with a professor about GIS software and career development