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At this event, Duke Pamilya´s Faculty Sponsor, Dr. Anna Storti, Professor in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, will be doing a speaker event about her forthcoming book and academic research, and the connections here to Filipino and Filipino-American identity.
Weekly chapter meeting of Duke aKDPhi
Need to file taxes this year but not sure how? Come join us in Tax 101, a 3-part series to help you learn the basics of tax returns, what the forms me, and how to be more tax-smart!
This class focuses on exploring the fundamentals of contemporary dance techniques in a fun and supportive environment. Students will work to hone their body awareness, alignment, and musicality through combinations that encourage flexibility, balance, coordination, and flow. Open to movers of all experience levels, backgrounds, and identities. Participants should wear comfortable clothes that a…
Want tips for finance, consulting, or tech recruitment? Come hear about the recruiting processes and talk to upperclassman about their experience interning at these firms. All attendees will also receive a discount on private tutoring sessions.
Join us this Sunday to learn more about potential volunteer opportunities as a pre-health student, and to make Valentine’s Day cards for Ronald McDonald House with the Service Committee!
Group Rehearsal for Spring Showcase
Finish up writing letters to representatives, and discuss plans to get menstrual products in dorms
Learn about poetic performance and the art of constructing a narrative through poetry with nationally acclaimed performer Steven Antoine Willis!
In this workshop students will be guided through learning a handful of the basic embroidery stitches—when put together, these stitches can create beautiful and complex imagery. Students will be provided with a small piece of fabric, embroidery hoop, and a selection of embroidery thread. At the end of the workshop students will take home their finished piece which could later be framed as a work…
Marine science themed game and trivia night with prizes!
A group of graduate students working at the Duke Quantum Center will give presentations on their research, followed by a Q&A session. The topics discussed will range from theoretical to experimental and will be accessible to those with limited exposure to quantum computing.