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Will be presenting about the Investment Club to prospective freshmen joiners.
Calling all graduate and professional school students! Join Jewish Life at Duke at the Freeman Center Patio for a kosher BBQ feast. Meet fellow graduate/professional students, meet the JLD staff, get to know our space, and learn about Jewish resources on campus and off. No RSVP needed! Feel free to bring a friend or spouse.
Duke Cru will be hosting a time of reflection and prayer for all of Duke Cru in which we will pray over and lift up the freshmen as they begin their college careers. All are welcome.
Relax, restore, and energize your physical and mental well-being by coming together to create rhythm, a universal language that allows us to connect with ourselves and others. Through this experience you will begin to encounter how drumming induces relaxation and feelings of well-being, while releasing stress. This group meets every Wednesday from 6:00pm – 7:00pm in Room 148 of the Student …
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. This group meets every Thursday from 5:30 pm- 6:20pm in Room 148. Open to all Duke Students, faculty, and staff. No registration or experience necessary. Limited yoga mats are available for use.
Join the Fajr Breakfast Club every weekday morning at the CML! Pray Fajr together at the CML’s prayer room. On Wednesdays, the CML will provide breakfast to enjoy afterwards! Starting Monday 8/29, the CML will provide a Duke Van to transport students to and from East Campus and the CML center on West Campus
Catalyst Information Session 2
Learn a bit more about what TAMID at Duke does!
Join us on Friday for the CML’s Friday prayer service & stay after to enjoy food and socialize! All our welcome. We hope to see you there, inshallah!
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.
We will be spending time as a community by competing in a student-made scavenger hunt around campus!
This is a weekly meeting for Alpha Phi Omega (a separate one for pledges and members back to back) for the purposes of making sure members are aware of group events and making collective decisions.