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Join us for a discussion with Abubakr Al-Shamahi, world renowned journalist, editor, and expert on Middle Eastern Politics as we discuss his experience reporting on the Arab Spring and the events that unfolded afterwards across the Middle East. Drawing on personal and professional experiences, Mr. Shamahi will touch on the dreams that sparked the Arab Spring and the realities that followed in t…
A farewell kickback to Latinx Heritage Month 2023- enjoy food, music, and a custom photo booth to mark the ending of a beautiful month of celebration and Latinidad!
The Symphony Orchestra’s first formal concert of the school year.
This moment of mindfulness aims to combine these two things in a care-free, fun, interactive program for first-year students and the larger Duke community Coffee and Coloring offers a space for students to decompress and learn about the art of coffee making and brewing while enjoying the East Oasis space. We hope this program pushes students to explore what wellness can look like for them at Du…
Wind down with a walk around the East Campus loop with your fellow classmates! You can walk and talk, walk and listen to music, or simply just walk! We will meet at Brodie Gym and will finish with a quick stretch on the East Campus Quad.
Join Creative Writing to help you relax, have a moment of peace during your week, and build resilience while finding strength and community in sharing your stories through writing. Writing is a mindful activity that encourages expressing your emotions, thinking introspectively, sharing your gratitude, and having fun through poetry, short stories, and more! Open to all Duke students, faculty…
Have you tried calligraphy before? Join us for a captivating journey into the world of brush lettering, where different kinds of brushes and pens are offered to transform the words into art. Let’s unlock the artistry of elegant writing with Brushed Calligraphy!
Interested in sustainability networking? Come join Nic Net Impact at Ponysaurus on Tuesday, September 26th from 7-9pm to meet other students from Fuqua & Kenan-Flagler Net Impact Chapters and the MEM/MBA Club. Hope to see you there!
We are collaborating with DIYA, Duke Independent Film Festival, and Hindu Students’ Association to show “It Lives Inside” with a Q&A from the producers of “Get Out.” The Film will screened at Griffith Film Theater with popcorn at 9PM!
This is our September general body meeting for all d9 organizations on Duke’s campus to go over bylaws, October events and reflect on September events.
Tashi Dorji and Dave Rempis Duo (With Crowmeat Bob and Libby Rodenbough) /// 10/05/2023 /// Doors ~7:00pm, Music ~8:00pm $10 Tickets available at door, Free with Duke ID All ages concert Address: 10 Epworth Dorm Ln (Crowell Building), Durham, NC 27705
Join us and 2 instructors to learn to knit if you’re a beginner or bring your current knitting project and hang out!