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Join The Mary Lou and CMA as we welcome the Class of 2027 and all Black students at our Black Convocation & Black Student Welcome Reception. Get to know each other and both centers as we prepare for a great Fall 2023 semester. We hope you leave with new connections and knowledge of resources on campus all while enjoying great food.
Kick back and relax at our first, First Friday of the Fall 2023 semester! Join us in The Lou from 12-4pm or whenever you can drop by for fresh start to the month. Food and great vibes provided!
This training focuses on language, terminology, and the complexity of identity in relation to other marginalized identities alongside marginalized sexual orientation, romantic orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions. Registration preferred, but drop-ins welcome.
Join us for our First Friday honoring National Coming Out Day! Get to know other people in the community as well as enjoy free food and conversation!
Calling all first year students of the African/African American Diaspora! Join the Mary Lou as we host another Breaking Bread event! Get to know other first year students and the Mary Lou staff over free food, great music and conversation.
oSTEM will be hosting our annual Sunset and Chill event to welcome everyone to the new semester! We will hang out on the beautiful rooftop of Grainger Hall and watch the sunset with friends, drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and snacks. We look forward to seeing you there!
This training further explores systems of privilege and oppression and how they support and uphold allosexism, cissexism, and heterosexism alongside other systems that benefit some at the expense of others. Registration preferred, but drop ins welcome.
This training provides concrete actions one can take to provide tangible support, engage in advocacy, and move towards greater social equity for individuals with marginalized sexual orientations, romantic orientations, gender identity, and gender expressions.
This training retells the whitewashed history of modern LGBTQIA+ movements in ways that unearth and center the voices of the trans women and people of color who birthed them and concludes with a dreaming of a more equitable future.
This is a practice of Asana (physical movement), Pranayama (breathing exercises), and Dhyana (meditation). Each class will include mindfulness & breath control techniques, warm up movements to activate the body, a sequence of postures to maintain balance, flexibility and strength, and finally a deep relaxation experience. This is a wonderful holistic practice to engage the body, mind and spirit…
Join Koru Meditation to learn different skills to help you relax, focus on the present, and explore self-compassion, gratitude, etc. This class is open to all current Duke students (undergraduate, graduate, professional, scholar). Dates: August 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd Time: 2:00PM – 3:15PM Location: Student Wellness Center | 3rd Floor Counseling & Psychological Services
Open studio kit rental for the Summer from 12-4pm Wednesday and Fridays