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Weekly general body meeting for Globemed at Duke.
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…
DFI in partnership with Jewish Life and Duke is bringing Ashager Araro an Ethiopian Jewish activist to campus for a speaker event at the Freeman Center for Jewish Life
Weekly chapter meeting of Duke aKDPhi
Monthly coffee chats between one mentor and the 2-4 mentees in their mentor group. There are 4-5 mentor groups. The mentor will take the mentees out for coffee or some food item and pay for the group. This is intended to build community between years of the fellowship and offer support to current fellows.
Celebrate people who have birthdays in January with treats & giveaway bags at the CML! Sign up or nominate a friend to have your/their birthday celebrated: bit.ly/cmlbirthday
Celebrate the holiday of love in all its forms in a relaxing setting! Featuring light dinner bites, a cheesecake station, and two drink tickets per person. Already have plans this evening? Stop by and say hello before heading out. Hope to see you there!
Are you interested in learning different skills to help you relax, focus on the present, and explore self-compassion, gratitude, etc? Join Koru Meditation! A free non-credit bearing course designed for supporting students as they learn/practice mindfulness and meditation. This class is open to all current Duke students (undergraduate, graduate, professional, scholar), faculty and staff. Clas…
During this event, BWU will pass out roses with affirming messages to people for Valentine’s Day.
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.
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.