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In partnership with Duke CommuniTEA, this wellness experience allows you to gain a deeper understanding of wellness through tea culture. You will have the opportunity to interact through the medium of tea appreciation in a space that promotes relaxation and self-care. TeaGather takes place weekly in Oasis West on Wednesday 4:00-5:00pm.
Relax, restore, and energize your physical and mental well-being by coming together to create rhythm, a universal language that allows us to connect with ourselves and others. Through this experience you will begin to encounter how drumming induces relaxation and feelings of well-being, while releasing stress. This group meets every Wednesday from 6:30pm – 7:30pm in Room 148 of the Student W…
This wellness experience allows you to learn a new skill or continue your practice as you relax more and worry less while coming together with the greater Duke community. Each session is guided by a facilitator. This group meets every Thursday from 4:00pm – 5:00pm in Room 148 of the Student Wellness Center. Open to all Duke Students, faculty, and staff.
This wellness experience gives you the opportunity to learn sleight of hand techniques and close-up magic in an inviting, fun, and relaxed social atmosphere. No experience necessary! Performing magic serves as a positive distraction, provides an opportunity to learn a new skill to share with others, and promotes mindfulness through hands-on learning. Each session is facilitated by a member of t…
Learn about the many ways to get involved at Duke and why it matters for your overall success!
Join the Center for Multicultural Affairs and our Latinx communities in kicking off Latinx Heritage Month (federally recognized as Hispanic Heritage Month)!
Large Group is a service of worship in the Christian tradition. There will be singing of songs from the Christian tradition and a short talk based on a portion of the Bible. There will be an opportunity for connecting with other students. Large Group is open to Duke students of all faith backgrounds and religious identities.
Did you know on any given day you can encounter an astonishing variety of wild animals right on campus? It’s true, and I’m not just talking about bugs. Or squirrels, although I love those little acorn spreaders. I’m talking about birds. In this session we will seek the liveliness of the world around us. Specifically, we will go to those underexplored margins of campus to kick up jewels that …
Any work you’ve made in the annex can be picked up during these time slots after we have closed for the semester. Any unclaimed artwork will be discarded after May 7th. Art kits will not be available for check out, only artwork pickup will be happening at this time.
Tabling to collection donations for NC Food Bank.
Come join us for our last GBM of the semester on BC Plaza to spread positive affirmations & enjoy free LocoPops!
Bubble soccer provided by KnockerBall NC.