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Join Mitchell-White in the 4E for a movie!
In this workshop, participants will learn the basics of putting images on screens with photo emulsion, ink mixing, and how to effectively use a squeegee to put ink through the screen and print an image. Everyone will get many chances to print, and at the end of the event you’ll have a deluxe, one-of-a-kind, 2-color poster to take home!
Karina and Darshan will mentor mooters weekly.
Interested in Diversified Industries? Join us for an overview of the industries we cover. We’ll do crash course on the healthcare, legal / public policy, entertainment, and marketing sectors, including important skills, the recruiting timeline, and more! You’ll also hear from a panel of upperclassmen successfully working in those industries, with time for Q&A.
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…
Jackson and I will mentor a small group of mooters.
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.
The Duke Alphas and the Mary Lou Williams Center are super excited to bring back the Black Duke Yearbook for the 2023 – 2024 school year! Please join us for our first portrait session on Friday, October 6 or at our second session on Friday, December 8. Both sessions will be hosted at The Landing in Bryan Center.
Quantitative Interview prep where upperclassmen mentors give advice and info on how to prepare for trading interviews.
This wellness experience will allow you to focus on your mind-body connection through restful poses, controlled breathing, and relaxation that will help you manage stress and anxiety. Open to all Duke Students, faculty, and staff. No registration or experience necessary. Limited yoga mats are available for use