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Duke Gaming x DUU collaboration to host a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tourney open to any Duke students (both grad and undergrad) as well as faculty and staff.
Celebrate Passover on April 5th with a Passover Seder! Join JLD at the Freeman Center, or sign up to attend a student-hosted Seder on West, East, or off-campus. Registration is open now!
Learn more about searching for housing options near campus and talk to apartments and property management companies.
Come out and bring something white to tye dye with us!
The goal of the event is twofold: support students as they navigate through registration for the upcoming 2023 Spring semester and build a strong foundation for comradeship between students at Duke. The concept is one of togetherness, building community and creating space for mutual learning.
Alice McKenzie is on site at the fibers studio in the Arts Annex to help you out with all your sewing needs! She’ll be available to help you with any sewing questions you might have regarding using a sewing machine, mending clothes, and starting projects. All materials and equipment provided by the Arts Annx.
Interested in marketing or advertising? Brad Brinegar, Duke I&E professor and chairman of McKinney, will be joining us to discuss the creative industries by drawing from his own expertise and spectacular career path.
Book Club and Refreshments
A meeting celebrating women’s history month that talks about feminist literature.
Don’t let an interview question catch you off guard again! Learn how to think on your feet and how and when to jump in for group conversations or meetings. Prepare for the unknown and get comfortable with the uncomfortable with this fun and interactive improvisation for business led by Theater Studies professor Jody McAuliffe. Limited seats available, sign up now!
Define America will be holding a lobbying 101 event for students that are interested in learning how to lobby.
How to Blow Up a Pipeline is an incendiary environmental thriller that is part high-stakes heist, part radical exploration of direct action in climate activism. The film, co-written by a Duke graduate student (Jordan Sjol), premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to critical acclaim and was acquired by NEON (Parasite, Triangle of Sadness). Duke is proud to host NEON for an early sc…