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Each week we’ll learn mindfulness skills for members of the Black community to use daily to consciously engender attitudes of gratitude, non-judgement and self-compassion; regulate our nervous systems; and cultivate rest. These mindfulness skills are essential to sustaining our efforts to resist systematic racism in everyday life, while protecting our mental health and wellbeing.
This weekend, Freewater Presentations will be showing a double feature of “Black Panther” and “Wakanda Forever”! On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, come to Griffith Theater to see “Black Panther” at 7pm and the newest sequel “Wakanda Forever” at 10pm!
In honor of Black History Month, Muslim Life at Duke is coming together to enjoy dinner together at the Center for Muslim Life and watch Omar, an opera from Southern Futures at CPA Artist-in Residence Rhiannon Giddens and acclaimed composer Michael Abels. This sweeping new work draws inspiration from the 1831 autobiography of Omar Ibn Said, beginning long before the West African scholar was…
As you prepare for housing for next academic year, please join Housing and Residence Life staff to learn about the housing selection process.
Monthly general body meeting for updates for EA project teams
Mirecourt SHAPE training for current members.
DBS will be hosting a 5 session series workshop led by upperclassmen who have experience in banking internships.
Duke Undergraduate Energy Club will be hosting a Solar Development Panel on Monday, January 30th at 6pm. The club will be hosting three exciting speakers from industry, academia, and the startup world. There will be short introductions, a moderated portion, and at least 20 minutes for questions at the end. We hope to see you there!
In this meeting, we’ll have a fun event planned (will post more info on our Instagram!)
As you prepare to solidify your housing for next academic year, please join Housing and Residence Life staff to learn about the housing selection process.
First GBM of the with club information, schedule, and project presentations.
Duke students volunteering to provide ESL tutoring to Durham community members