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This will be the first meeting of the semester for the Japanese Culture Club and will function as a general body meeting for current and prospective members of JCC. This meeting will be used to introduce JCC to new and prospective members, explain the club’s purpose and goals, show past events, and discuss upcoming events and future plans. We will also use this time to let JCC executive board …
The sisters of Duke aKDPhi will be hosting an info session as part of the two week interest event for potential interested new members.
Second round of auditions: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090F4FADAC2AA7FD0-improv?useFullSite=true#/
This will be the interview portion of our application cycle for this semester.
The sisters of Duke aKDPhi will be hosting a speed dating event for interested individuals to get to know the current members of the organization as part of our fall 2023 interest events
General Body Meetings are open to everyone! Join for social, professional, and volunteering events!
This event is for Agapé’s recurring bible study with undergraduate students.
The sisters of Duke aKDPhi will be hosting an informal event for the interested individuals to learn more about our philanthropy and more.
Freewater Presentations will be showing “The Founder” about the rise of the McDonald’s empire. Concessions will be provided and we will be working with the Product Management Club to put on this great showing. The screening starts at 8PM in the Griffith Film Theater.
An opportunity for Black women at Duke to build community and set goals for the school year.
We will visit the UNC Morehead Planetarium, with ticket fees covered by the club. You can take the Robertson Express to reach there. Enjoy show “Carolina Skies” that takes you on a guided tour of the nighttime sky as it appears on the at very night above North Carolina. You can learn how to identify celestial objects visible to the naked eye and how to find the cardinal directions using celesti…
Join us every Tuesday in Kilgo P Commons – aka Dollard House – to connect with campus partners. This drop in event will offer students the chance to discover a few of the many resources/opportunities/helpful humans on campus. We’ll have tasty treats as well as merch and information to make your visit worthwhile.