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To teach families of interested members about our organization and answer any questions they may have about orientation.
Come enjoy some live jazz from local musicians on Wednesdays @ Devil’s Krafthouse! What has been Jazz@ The Mary Lou is now relocated to Krafthouse for this semester. Whether you want to study, hang with friends, or hear some incredible local music, Jazz@ is perfect for you! Stop by for a tune or listen to the whole session, and bring your friends!
Small groups are like our mini families. It’s a way for us to grow closer with each other as well as explore topics relating to faith, ethnicity, and being a Duke student.
Come swing the night away with Duke Swing ft. Duke Club Ballroom Dance! From classic swing dances to modern movie musicals and everything in between, there’s something for everyone at this Swumber Party!
Weekly chapter meeting of Duke aKDPhi
Joint show with improv groups from NC State and UNC
Being the President of a student organization is different from every other role. Join us for roundtable just for student organization presidents. This hour-long event can help you meet other student org presidents and learn from each other about challenges and solutions you’re facing in your student org. Plus, grab some snacks! Graduate Students: 4-5. Undergraduate Students: 5-6.
For Black History Month, DukeAFRICA wants to educate you on some Nigerian history. Join us on Friday, February 24, to learn a little about the Biafra War and watch Half of a Yellow Sun, starring Thandiwe Newton and Chiwetel Ejiofor (boba included)!
The Duke Sports Business Conference is a student-run organization committed to inspiring students to explore the intersection of sports and business through an annual conference and series of other events.
Students: register for this free demo with Zweli Williams, owner of Zweli’s Piri Piri Kitchen and operator of Zweli’s Cafe at Duke Divinity!
For interested members to socialize with our chapter and potentially pick up an application to join.
To teach interested members about our organization and the history of where we draw our traditions from, especially with reference to the Divine Nine’s impact on Multicultural Greek Life.