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Chew@Few is a weekly event hosted in Few where residents gather to eat delicious foods and develop community !
The Duke Basketball Line Monitors will be holding an info session in White Lecture Hall on October 4, 2023 at 7:30 to present undergraduate entrance procedures for Duke MBB games this season. All students, especially new students, are encouraged to attend to learn how they can attend basketball games at Duke!
On behalf of the Student Council, we are happy to invite you to the Global Week seminars! Everyone is welcome – please share the event with your friends, classmates, colleagues, alumni, and all who are interested in learning about global environmental challenges. We are hosting a group of speakers from various backgrounds, including some of our very own professional students! All seminars will …
A closed, community caucus space for multiracial/multiethnic identified community members to reflect on the nuances of our identities, build community, and share good food. Interested? Fill out this qualtrics form to RSVP, limited space available.
This moment of mindfulness aims to combine these two things in a care-free, fun, interactive program for first-year students and the larger Duke community. Coffee and Coloring offers a space for students to decompress and learn about the art of coffee making and brewing while enjoying the East Oasis space. We hope this program pushes students to explore what wellness can look like for them at D…
Be a Duke Rockstar for a Day: Be a Guide for some Durham First-Gen 8th Graders! We have a sweet deal for you. How would you like to receive a classy t-shirt, eat a pizza lunch, and experience the new Bryan Center Studio, while assisting Durham 8th graders in preparing for college? Three hundred first-gen-to-college students are coming to campus for our 23rd School Days program. We divide st…
We will be traveling to Deep River to shoot sporting clays
NPHC general body meets monthly to discuss programming, NPHC structure, planning for the coming months and more.
ASL Lessons offered free to Duke students. Weekly Mondays 7-8PM.
Chapter meeting for Nu Omicron
The BDB will be selling fairlife, Celsius, and protein bars on BC to fundraise for our club.
We’re closing out the semester with a bang! Join us Friday, October 6th for our final event of the semester in your African/semi-formal attire! Enjoy lots of music, authentic African food, dance, and photos!