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Come join our tailgate before Duke’s game vs. Notre Dame!
Open event for Nu Omicron and Duke Community members
Join us every Tuesday in Kilgo P Commons – aka Dollard House – to connect with campus partners. This drop in event will offer students the chance to discover a few of the many resources/opportunities/helpful humans on campus. We’ll have tasty treats as well as merch and information to make your visit worthwhile.
Learn how to get involved with DPA!
General Body Meeting, open to all members, guest speakers, mentorships opportunities, DAT resources, and application advice for dental schools
A time dedicated for first years to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members.
“I write books in a difficult place, that is to say between music and silence. I think it’s something like that. We always miss something, this is forced, it is an obligation in life, I missed the music.” – Marguerite Duras A legendary figure of modern French literature and cinema, Marguerite Duras (1943-1995) was a feminist and an early critic of French colonization in Southeast Asia. This …
Weekly exec meetings for Women in Tech
Interested in what an SOFC analyst does? Join us for an informative session to get a clear picture. We’ll cover the main responsibilities, skills required, and potential career trajectories. A Q&A with seasoned analysts will follow. Whether you’re studying finance or considering a new career avenue, this is your chance to get the facts straight.
We will have a tent in Card Lot with food for Duke students to stop by and get involved in our community before the football game.
Attendees will be able to complete their homework before engaging in Homecoming activities.
How can Philosophy, Politics, and Economics help us understand important global issues and evaluate their solutions? The PPE certificate provides students with an interdisciplinary education that can help them pursue careers in business, public policy, and more! Come learn about the PPE certificate with Professor Michael Munger, the Director of Undergraduate studies in Political Science and the…