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Brunch and two hours of creative writing (prompts if you don’t know where to start!) Drop in and leave as fits your schedule. All welcome. To be added to our groupme and email list to get news about weekly workshopping and writing meetings as well, fill out this google form: https://forms.gle/kX9YBXeovNFUpjS88
Come out to a community yoga session with fellow BOW members. Relax and wind down after class and release any stress you may have!
In partnership with Kiran, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to end the cycle of domestic abuse and empower South Asian victims. We will have Apple Cider/ Goodie Bags.
Join Duke’s Dean of Students, John Blackshear for lunch! Graduate and professional students have the opportunity to kick back and chill with Dean Blackshear. Lunch will be provided to those who attend (limited to 15 students). Please register using the Duke Groups registration information.
In the words of Henri Matisse, ‘creativity takes courage.’ From song and dance to visual arts, comedy, and improv, the student creators of Duke are not afraid. These showcases are a demonstration of the artistic energy flowing through our campus, and we look forward to sharing the power of our art with you. This showcase is sponsored by duARTS, and Saturday performers include Defining Movement,…
Live solo sets from experimental acoustic artists ! Doors at 8:30pm, music at 9pm. $5 or FREE with Duke ID. Mike Gangloff (of Pelt, Black Twig Pickers, and more): https://mikecaragangloff.bandcamp.com David Menestres (of Polyorchard): https://davidmenestres.bandcamp.com/music Daniel O’Connor:
In the words of Henri Matisse, ‘creativity takes courage.’ From song and dance to visual arts, comedy, and improv, the student creators of Duke are not afraid. These showcases are a demonstration of the artistic energy flowing through our campus, and we look forward to sharing the power of our art with you. This showcase is sponsored by duARTS, and Sunday performers include Defining Movement, D…
Drop-in advising is for quick questions. If you don’t need a full 30-minute appointment, please consider stopping by a drop-in session hosted by our peer advisors. Drop-in advising can be used to double-check a policy or procedure or to confirm you’re on track with your application or pre-departure steps.
Live music from Americana band June Star ! Doors at 8:30pm, music at 9pm. FREE with Duke ID. About June Star: https://junestar.bandcamp.com/album/how-we-see-it-now June Star was started up by Andrew Grimm in 1998. For twenty years they have been changing members and releasing records. What started out as primarily Americana music has now just morphed into music.
Becoming a stronger leader means understanding how to verbalize your strengths and build on your weaknesses. Take a Strengths Profile assessment and follow it with a debrief amongst other peers in leadership and increase your confidence and self-awareness for better decision making. Work smarter, not harder!
Live music from Detroit rappers Quelle Chris and Denmark Vessey with DJ House Shoes ! Doors at 8:30pm, music at 9pm. $10 or FREE with Duke ID. Facebook event link: https://fb.me/e/4RU9qAoTU
Our values guide our decisions and impact how we lead. Values are the foundation of living and leading with integrity. Can you name your five core values? Can your student org name its values? In this workshop, we will reflect on individual values, organizational values, and leadership, to help you and your organization be more resilient, make aligned choices, and be better leaders.