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We will take the fellows in the dPS fellowship to Durham Central Park for a Mardi Gras celebration. We will enjoy the live music, food, and booths there for 2 hours in the afternoon. This constitutes one of our monthly outings into Durham.
Converge is an annual performing arts showcase hosted by Duke Asian Students Association. Duke’s Asian communities are vast and multifaceted, but we are also segmented. As a whole, we have a hard time actually coming together to share our various cultures, experiences, and art around a central theme. Duke ASA hopes to hold a space every spring for Duke’s Asian communities to converge, to celebr…
The Duke Real Estate Club will be hosting a speaker event featuring Phillip Mintz, a Duke alum who leads Apollo Global Management’s international real estate equity platform.
This two-hour workshop will cover the basics of putting images on screens (making a stencil), ink mixing, and how to effectively use a squeegee to get ink through the screen and print multiple copies of an image. The focus is on printing on paper (which is essentially the same process as printing on t-shirts). Everyone will get many chances to print, and you’ll have a deluxe, one-of-a-kind, two…
On Thursday, February 9th at 8:30 PM, Duke@Nite, Pancakes for Parkinson’s, and DUI will be hosting general trivia in Krafthouse!! Teams of up to 4 can compete for Amazon gift cards and enjoy some improv scenes from DUI! We can’t wait to see you there!!
Come enjoy some live jazz from local musicians on Wednesdays @ Devil’s Krafthouse! What has been Jazz@ The Mary Lou is now relocated to Krafthouse for this semester. Whether you want to study, hang with friends, or hear some incredible local music, Jazz@ is perfect for you! Stop by for a tune or listen to the whole session, and bring your friends!
Join duARTS to make cute Valentines day crafts!
A concert to celebrate valentines day with friends!
Working in collaboration with Blood Connection to bring a Valentine’s Blood drive to West Campus
The annual case competition allows teams of 5 undergraduate students to work together to solve a case related to health policy. Each team will be matched with a mentor and have the opportunity to present. Students will create applicable solutions to real-world problems and teams’ solutions will be judged by distinguished individuals from multiple disciplines. The competition has historically…
FORM Magazine’s February general body meeting
Small groups are like our mini families. It’s a way for us to grow closer with each other as well as explore topics relating to faith, ethnicity, and being a Duke student.