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DFI in partnership with Jewish Life and Duke is bringing Ashager Araro an Ethiopian Jewish activist to campus for a speaker event at the Freeman Center for Jewish Life
This class focuses on exploring the fundamentals of contemporary dance techniques in a fun and supportive environment. Students will work to hone their body awareness, alignment, and musicality through combinations that encourage flexibility, balance, coordination, and flow. Open to movers of all experience levels, backgrounds, and identities. Participants should wear comfortable clothes that a…
Monthly coffee chats between one mentor and the 2-4 mentees in their mentor group. There are 4-5 mentor groups. The mentor will take the mentees out for coffee or some food item and pay for the group. This is intended to build community between years of the fellowship and offer support to current fellows.
We have our showcase coming up in April, and we wanted to host an event where people can come meet the team. We plan to do small dance workshops and fun social dance lessons. We hope to encourage attendance to our showcase and our auditions next fall.
Group Rehearsal for Spring Showcase
Join us this Sunday to learn more about potential volunteer opportunities as a pre-health student, and to make Valentine’s Day cards for Ronald McDonald House with the Service Committee!
Want tips for finance, consulting, or tech recruitment? Come hear about the recruiting processes and talk to upperclassman about their experience interning at these firms. All attendees will also receive a discount on private tutoring sessions.
Interested in the future of marketing and communcation? Join us to meet Helen Bertelli, the Founder and CEO of Benecomms, a sustainable marketing firm based in North Carolina, in person! Helen also co-founded the leading organization, Women in Climate Tech which provides opportunities for women in the space to connect and advance crucial business and technology opportunities. Helen is passionat…
Duke HAND’s biweekly meeting.
The 12th annual B’nei Mitzvah program! Services begin at 2pm and the party begins at 8pm at the Freeman Center as we celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of Donald Pepka! Don’t miss out on dancing, photobooth, giveaways, and more!
Grant Sanderson will give a talk on computing pi using colliding blocks, Grover’s algorithm, the correspondence between the two, and general problem solving strategies.
Dr. Jamillah Karim is an award-winning author, lecturer, and blogger and a former associate professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Spelman College. As both an academic and a participant in Muslim communities, Dr. Karim has observed and documented the ways in which African American Muslim women love and live Islam, navigating Islamic gender rules and norms in light of family, commun…