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Freewater Presentations, in collaboration with Duke Independent Film Festival (DIFF), will be screening The Territory, an award-winning environmental documentary that follows the indigenous Uru-eu-wau-wau community in their fight to protect their territory in the Amazon rainforest against aggressive illegal land grabs from farmers and settlers. Join us at 9 pm in Griffth Theater on April 6th to…
SOA will be helping the Ellerbe Creek Watershed to remove invasive species in celebration of Earth Day!
United in Praise will be praising the Lord through song to help Antioch Baptist Church celebrate their anniversary!
Seniors, never got a chance to see the lemurs during your time at Duke? Now’s your chance! Senior donors to Jewish Life at Duke are invited to celebrate their senior year with Lox and Lemurs! Join us for a full-spread bagel brunch on the Freeman Center Patio and then head to our exclusive guided walking tour at the Duke Lemur Center. Interested? Make a senior gift to Jewish Life at Duke at www….
Celebrate Israel’s Independence Day with a party at the Freeman center. Come out for free Israeli dinner, fun Israel activities, and dancing!
Join us as we celebrate the 2023 graduates of the African and African American Diaspora. Come support either friends, family and/or colleagues as well as hear from our 2023 Final Honors Keynote Speaker. Following the ceremony we will enjoy a champagne toast and reception in Penn Pavillion.
Come celebrate the classic LDOC tradition of Silent Disco on Abele Quad! We’re excited to be raising money at this event for LDOC’s Philanthropy partner, StudentU. This event is BYO!
Learn more about what it is like to transition from a Duke student to working in the tech industry or pursuing further education. 3 Duke Catalyst alumni will be presenting their experiences. 2 are currently working different roles at Google in the Bay Area and 1 is getting her ECE Master’s at Carnegie Mellon University.
First-year focused event with trivia, board games, and sweet treats meant to foster connections and offer a space to learn more about one another.
Visit the Durham Farmers’ Market with DUU! DUU will have a continuous shuttle initially leaving from campus at 8:00 a.m. on April 8th with the final departing shuttle leaving the Farmers’ Market at the conclusion of the market at 12:00 p.m. If you’ve always wanted to visit the local Farmers’ Market but were unsure of how to get there, now is your chance! We recommend bringing a bag …
Come to our town hall on Thursday (March 9) at 5:30 to share your event ideas and concerns with house council & pick up your Randy merch.
SDF allows graduate students to share their research in 30 minute talks! We also organize GradX Talks every year! Come socialize with other students! Speakers(Current titles) : Social Sciences and Humanities: Dubie Toa-Kwapong from the Department of Cultural Anthropology STEM: Dongye Lu, from the Department of Neurobiology