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Info Session #1 for DIRA Recruitment
Stop by the Student Wellness Center for STI testing. No appointment needed!
Interested in performing in 9 to 5? Come audition for Hoof’n’Horn’s Fall Production from 7-11pm on August 29-September 2. See our Instagram for the sign-up sheet or sign up here: *hyperlink* (Will come back and add sign up sheet here when available)
This wellness experience gives you the opportunity to learn sleight of hand techniques and close-up magic in an inviting, fun, and relaxed social atmosphere. No experience necessary! Performing magic serves as a positive distraction, provides an opportunity to learn a new skill to share with others, and promotes mindfulness through hands-on learning. Each session is facilitated by a member of t…
This is a weekly meeting venue for Duke BOW’s executive board.
Created by one of our Wellness Interns, this wellness experience gives you a chance to become a part of an inclusive community while learning or improving upon a skill that promotes wellness through the mindful activity of knitting. All materials are provided and no prior experience necessary! This group meets every Tuesday from 6:00pm – 7:00pm in the Student Wellness Center Rm 129, Oasis. …
Black Convocation and Reception is a program open to all Black identified students, faculty, and staff as a welcome back to Duke University. It also introduces First year students to the Black community and Black student organizations on campus.
Come stop by the TASA table for snacks and to learn about the Duke Taiwanese American Student Association. We welcome anyone regardless of identity and background, and just ask for an interest in learning about Taiwanese culture and cuisine!
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 with supporting students as they learn/practice mindfulness and meditation. This is class is open to all current Duke students (undergraduate, graduate, professional, scholar). Dates: September 1s…
The Connection Project helps first-year and sophomore students feel connected to one another and find their place at Duke. Come to this hour-long chat to meet fellow students, learn about yourself and others, and connect!
Come to learn about how you can get involved with Duke’s independent news organization! You’ll hear a brief presentation about what we do, meet some of the current staff/editors, and have a chance to mingle and ask questions!
This is the second instance of DSP’s fall recruitment information session.