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Define America will be holding a final event of the year to thank all of the Define America members for their hard work and to create thank you letters to all of the departments, government offices, and organizations that supported our work and endeavors.
Two Rooms for the Data GBM
Join us as we hold our final Throwdown Thursday of the spring 2023 semester. All graduate and professional students of the African/African American Diaspora are invited to enjoy food, vibes and conversation. We hope to see you there!!
Join the Archive for a reading and moderated discussion with Yiyun Li, winner of the 2023 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction and author of The Book of Goose, A Thousand Years of Good Prayers, and Where Reasons End.
Join NAISA for our final event of the semester as we close out the year and celebrate our outgoing seniors!
We are excited to continue this annual tradition back at the Duke Coffeehouse! Come hear some slam poetry, improv, and rap from members of Duke Spoken Verb, backed by members of the Jazz@ House Band. Once all the scheduled acts have performed, we will open it up to the floor for anyone who wants to perform!
Come join Duke Climbing Club on Saturday, 4/22 from 3-5 pm at the Wilson Climbing Wall for a fun climbing time! Red Mango will be provided for climbers after event completion. All experiences are welcome! We will have belay instructions for those wanting to learn how. We will also have belay instructions for those wanting to learn how. Staff will be available to belay for those just coming …
We will be hosting our annual reunion weekend bbq hosting alumni as well as current students, and family and friends of both alike!
Will be hosting Alumni brothers during reunion weekend with food.
A joint undergraduate-graduate conference that brings together students, alumni, investors, entrepreneurs, and researchers to connect and learn from experts in the field.
We will host weekly professional events for Catalyst revolving around skills needed to get a job in the tech industry. This includes a workshop for leetcode, resumes, and interviews.
A space for Muslims marginalized by Muslims to safely enjoy Ramadan iftars. An explicitly queer-affirming and anti-racist space. Food offered for up to 15 people. Programming in accordance with the Reclaiming Ramadan Calendar hosted by Unity Mosque, MASGD, the Queer Shia Collective, and Masjid al-Rabia.