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Introductory meeting for Duke Dems’ programming for the 23-24 school year. Guest speaker will be Anderson Clayton from the NC Democratic Party.
Meet current PhiDE members and network to potentially join the organization
We are hosting an interest meeting to explain more of what our club is about and about the logistics and commitments we ask for in our volunteers.
Interviews for BOW
Open hours and art kits supply
Join us on Thursday, September 21, from 5-6 p.m. in Friedl 107 to learn how to make your application stand out from the stack. Many competitive programs have fall application deadlines, and this workshop offers strategies for developing well-crafted, persuasive applications. We’ll discuss the critical components of the application, provide insights about the application review process, offer su…
The Duke Career Center is hosting a virtual panel about ChatGPT on September 21st from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM! The conversation will center on the panelists’ experiences with generative AI and how it is changing the career space, including how students might use ChatGPT for application materials and interviewing.
In this DukeCreate workshop we will prepare our mind, body, and spirit with a heart-pumping, smile-inducing jazz dance warm-up before learning iconic fosse-style moves and choreography from the Chicago movie. This class is a sweaty and totally judgment-free zone for ALL levels of dancers. Calling all lovers of musicals and movies and Chicago! Let’s dance!
A free viewing and discussion of The Feminist on Cellblock Y. This film centers a California inmate organizing around feminism and toxic masculinity within his prison.
Intro to Sashiko Stitching: Use running stitches to create accents and all over design to embellish your clothing and textile projects. Sashiko (刺し子, meaning “little pokes” or “small piercing”) is a form of functional embroidery that originated in Japan.
Join us in CMA Wekit at 6pm for curated mocktails and an eventing of painting! Located next to the elevators on the first floor of the Bryan Center.
Which writing skills are you bringing with you to college and how can you adapt the skills you have to meet the needs of college classes? In this workshop you will get a chance to talk to Writing Studio consultants about the best strategies for college writing while using your creative side to map your writing journey.