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Weekly stand-up comedy meetings where members can practice their material, watch stand-up comedy clips, and provide feedback on each other’s material.
Come by the Duke Women’s Center the first Wednesday of every month for fun, food, and community building for femme-identifying folks! For September, we’re bringing in Zen Succulents to host a workshop on how to build your own mini terrarium! Class limited to 12 people, snacks provided.
The Multicultural Connections Luncheon is an annual welcome luncheon hosted by the Center for Multicultural Affairs for incoming first year students of color at Duke University. The luncheon offers a welcoming space where incoming first year can learn more about the Center, supportive campus resources and programs for students of color on campus, and foster campus connections with faculty, …
Interest meeting for stand-up comedy group. No cuts, no experience required!
Interest meeting for all people that are intrigued and excited by the idea of being a part of the world’s premiere grass skiing team, renowned worldwide for their love of snow and also being the coolest sport club on campus.
Information session for students interested in joining DDO that want to learn more about the club and what we do.
CMA’s First Fridays Breakfast is a monthly community gathering space where all community members are welcome to stop by Suite 101 for a CMA sponsored free breakfast (limited supplies while they last), community connection, and receive the latest updates from the CMA!
Join us for an evening with Duke Common Experience author Nikki Erlick. In her debut novel, Erlick engages questions of mortality and morality, discrimination and justice, life and death, and the common existence we all share. This Duke Common Experience selection is the first designed to engage the entire undergraduate community. ***Following the event, we invite all students to join us for …
Challenges or Issues lingering from last year? Hoping to become less ‘reactionary’ to difficult situations? Join the conversation to learn how you can be more proactive in addressing challenges and identifying your needs.
Come join us for English conversations on cultural perspectives, world news, local events, and more. International and domestic students, scholars, and staff are all welcome! No registration is necessary. Questions? Contact Rene Caputo, email@example.com
Open studio access and kit rentals at the arts Annex
Come learn more about Business Oriented Women and get all the information you need for the spring 2023 recruitment cycle!