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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.
Join Duke PAWS in making DIY dog toys out of old t-shirts to donate to local animal shelters! Donuts from Monuts Donuts will be provided!
Free cycling class(shoes included) with refreshments/snacks afterward! A chance to network and work out with other mechanical engineers
Weekly general body meeting for Globemed at Duke.
FOR NEW MEMBERS: Join us for an industry panel featuring upperclassman panelists from BOW! We’ll be drawing from our own experiences to chat about career paths in industries like consulting, finance, marketing, and tech. Panelists will discuss their thought processes for choosing various industries, their favorite aspects of their internships, and advice for approaching different recruitment pr…
Come down to Devil’s Krafthouse and enjoy free chips, guac, and drinks with Duke alum and famous actress Annabeth Gish.
As part of our programming for Undocumented Awareness Week, Define America is hosting a virtual panel with leaders from local organizations – including Student Action with Farmworkers, El Pueblo, Poder NC, and NC Stop Human Trafficking – whose work intersects with issues affecting undocumented and immigrant communities.
Swing by BC plaza to meet some therapy dogs and relieve that pre-finals stress!
“Global Ideas, Local Impact,” the Duke Human Rights Center’s annual celebration of human rights opportunities at Duke and in the world. The event, hosted by the Student Advisory Board, includes a Research Slam, where students present their human rights research conducted throughout the school year, and an alumni panel, where alumni working in different fields related to human rights share their…
Partnering with Panda to raise money for a Simple Charity-supported non-profit organization
Come to Penn Pavilion to visit the flea market hosted by DUU First Year Interns! We will have many local vendors as well as Duke organizations represented. There will be tons of free food and various food trucks so make sure to stop by.
At this Duke EyeServe social event, we will record chapters from a couple books through an online service that allows volunteers to record old books and poems for visually impaired individuals.