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DISC will make bi-weekly drop-offs to Social Security, every second and fourth Monday of the month. We depart from Smith Warehouse, at 9:00 am. Our office is 114 S. Buchanan Blvd, Bay 5, Second Floor. Enter the building through Bay 6, take the stairs to the left or go through doors and access the elevator with Bay 6 to the second floor.
We will gather together to read the Bible and grow in faith.
Join us for our general body meetings where we discuss global health topics in various formats, such as lectures, seminars, panels and more.
GlobeMed is a global health club, focused on raising awareness for current global health issues. We have weekly meetings to discuss such issues and collaborate to initiate action to potentially provide aid, such as our monthly campaigns.
A time dedicated to study the Bible, ask questions about faith, and bond with other members.
A time dedicated for upperclassmen to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members!
The Energy Discussions are an engaging set of conversations led by the Duke Energy Club Exec Team, aimed at providing foundational knowledge on important energy topics. Through these talks, we hope to foster community among new members by getting to know one another, while simultaneously creating dialogue over the energy problems and solutions in the world today.
Join us for Duke’s Global Education Fair. Connect with the global education experts and start planning your study away adventure today.
DISC will make drop-offs to DMV every second Thursday of the month. We leave by 8:30 a.m. at Smith Warehouse, Bay 5, second floor.
Engineering Student Government sponsored social.
A zine is a self-published, non-commercial magazine, typically devoted to unconventional subject matter. In this two-hour workshop, students will learn zines by making one. Using collage and drawing materials, participants will create pages for a zine on the topic of preserving one’s spirit. Participants will want to think about what keeps up their spirits when times are hard. Students will le…