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DukeAFRICA is hosting a lock-in event. It will be a night filled with food, games, entertainment and more.
Bricks to Stone Celebration
The Iota Mu Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the Kappa Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. are co-sponsoring the Mindful Konversations event in the Duke Gardens designed to promote mindfulness and wellness for students as we approach final exams. During the event’s first 30 minutes, participants will have the opportunity to write down their answers to reflective q…
Lambda Theta Alpha was charted at duke April 18, 2015. Come join us as we celebrate the day of Zeta Mu’s birth!
On Tuesday, April 18th, Duke Energy Club will be hosting our final GBM of the academic year. This meeting will be include discussion of the club’s corporate projects this semester, presentations from the project leaders, and discussion of the semester as a whole. We will also introduce next year’s leaders for the undergraduate energy club.
At the end of the semester, all of the peer reviewers will come together for our editorial meeting to review all of the manuscripts from this semester and make the final decision before we publish our spring 2023 issue.
Duke Gaming’s biweekly Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament
Join us for our last monthly meal of the year and send off our graduating Duke Pamilya members! Brunch foods will be provided!
Come one, come all, it’s time for DUI’s annual Big Show—our biggest show of the year! Prepare yourself for laughter, tears, and self-discovery.
We will be recording audiobooks together through an online audiobook recording service, LibriVox, to expand their collection of reading materials for visually impaired and blind individuals.
Duke Technology Scholars is eager to invite members to come to our spring social! Drop by and celebrate the end a successful and happy semester with your friends–hang out, play lawn games, paint, spend time with some cute dogs, and enjoy yummy food!! See you there!!
On Tuesday, 4/18 we will be travelling to the Durham Montessori School for a workshop on circuitry and renewable energy! Students will work with a small team of graduate students to explore making their own solar projects using reusable materials and electronics.