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painting the bridge to east campus
SHAPE Sig Chi Training
We will be wrapping diapers to donate to local food pantries
guest speaker coming to talk to service week participants
The Career Center, Duke Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Jewish Life at Duke are pleased to welcome Stuart Weitzman, the world-renowned shoe designer and philanthropist, to campus for a seminar on his many insights on entrepreneurship and product design and lead a lively discussion followed by audience Q&A. Stuart Weitzman’s passion for design has been a lifelong pursuit, leading to the in…
We are hosting an event on affirmative action with Professor Arcidiacono.
Learn how to make the best burger from Duke Student and Burger Child himself, Alex Leo-Guerra!
First-year focused event with trivia, board games, and sweet treats meant to foster connections and offer a space to learn more about one another.
Visit the Durham Farmers’ Market with DUU! DUU will have a continuous shuttle initially leaving from campus at 8:00 a.m. on April 8th with the final departing shuttle leaving the Farmers’ Market at the conclusion of the market at 12:00 p.m. If you’ve always wanted to visit the local Farmers’ Market but were unsure of how to get there, now is your chance! We recommend bringing a bag …
Hi all, InTranscription@Duke is excited to host VP of Computational Biology at Cajal Neuroscience, Ben Lodgson, in a speaker event on Friday March 3, at 7PM EST over Zoom. Cajal Neuroscience is a startup tackling neurodegenerative diseases and raised $96M in the Series A investment round last year. RSVP at https://forms.gle/CM1wm7SieXTeLu8m7.
Event to raise awareness about substance abuse in college aged students
DIFF presents an exciting Q/A session with former Editor-in-Chief for Marvel Comics Tom DeFalco! Mr. DeFalco was a longtime writer for Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Thor, and many other Marvel titles, created numerous popular characters (my favorites of his are Dazzler, Darkhawk, Peter Porker, Shriek, and Speedball), and he served as the Editor-in-Chief from 1987 to 1994. We invite Duke s…