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Weekly workshops and meetings to prepare teams for the Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12 Challenge
Come visit Duke Amnesty International on the BC Plaza to find out how we can make sure Duke is investing in the right places!
Join Koru Meditation to learn different skills to help you relax, focus on the present, and explore self-compassion, gratitude, etc. This class is open to all current Duke students (undergraduate, graduate, professional, scholar). Dates: September 27th, October 4th, October 11th and October 18th Time: 3:00PM-4:15PM Location: Student Wellness Center, Room 144
Open hours and art kits supply
General Body Meeting
Enjoy snowcones and lawn games at the CSGD Patio at 6 p.m. on Wednesday September 27th for the welcoming social for LGBTQ+ identifying graduate and professional students. If you need additional accommodation, please contact email@example.com.
Presented in Partnership with DukeCreate & DuWell Instructor: VaChikepe: The Poet About the Workshop In this workshop, students will be introduced to Leonard Dembo through his song, “Munovenga Mudzimai Wangu”, which translates to “You Don’t Like My Wife”. According to The Herald, documenting the growth of music in Zimbabwe without mentioning Leonard Dembo would be incomplete. Dembo, wh…
Unique vocal talent, accomplished songwriting and commanding instrumental skills are just a few of Darin and Brooke Aldridge’s gifts. Brooke is a four-time consecutive winner for Female Vocalist of the Year for the International Bluegrass Music Association and together with their band, they were nominated for 2021 Vocal Group of the Year. Their latest album, This Life We’re Livin,’ is a wa…
General Body Meeting for members of the Duke Medical Ethics Journal.
Our club’s general body meeting to discuss club happenings including events, volunteering, and fundraising.
Come watch student jazz musicians perform at the Wellness Center!
Since its founding in 1997, GRAMMY-nominated Imani Winds has been tirelessly dedicated to expanding the wind quintet repertoire, exploring non-European musical traditions, and recruiting culturally and racially diverse collaborators. This performance caps Imani Winds’ stint as Ensemble in Residence at Duke, where they have given workshops, masterclasses, and special performances over the past s…