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Mandalas are known to be very therapeutic in nature. The process of making a mandala is considered to be art meditation and has very calming effects. Join us for a session to unwind and relax with this therapeutic artform. You will be making ornate designs with intricate patterns that will come to life with vibrant colors. For any queries/questions about the artform, feel free to email Anvita a…
Come by the Duke Women’s Center the first Wednesday of every month for fun, food, and community building for femme-identifying folks! For October, we’re ringing in the fall season with some good old fashioned pumpkin painting! Class limited to 20 people, snacks provided.
An event part of programming for Latino Heritage Month 2023.
Join Mitchell-White in the 4E for a movie!
The Duke Alt. Protein Project team is excited to welcome back members with a General Interest Meeting on Wednesday, October 4th. This meeting is scheduled for 7:00pm in the Dansby Classroom in Fuqua. We are a student club that seeks to engage students with the alternative protein industry through an academic, professional, and scientific lens. Learn more about the club, events we’re plannin…
Kelly and Darshan will give small group mentoring to mooters.
Looking for some calm in the storm? An hour away to take care of yourself? Join Courtney Liu (Duke alum, professional dancer, yoga instructor) for an hour of muscle release, massage techniques, and relaxation. By releasing the tension we carry in our bodies, we support our vitality, improve our mental/physical performance, and cultivate an inner senåse of peace and contentment. Techniques will …
NEW MEMBERS ONLY: What is “social impact”? Why is everyone talking about ESG and SDGs? What are the social impact career options for my major? Learn about ways to incorporate social impact into your Duke journey and beyond through this introductory-level session by the Social Impact committee!
Kathy and Shay will mentor a small group of mooters
Jackson and I will mentor a small group of mooters.
Come take an afternoon study break and practice origami! Origami requires concentration and focus, which helps to calm the mind and reduce anxiety. The repetitive folding of paper can also be meditative, similar to the practice of yoga or mindfulness meditation. This wellness session will emphasize the importance of de-stressing and being in the present moment, along with the sound of calming m…
Providing free mooncakes and board games to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival