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Art + Jewish bonding event. Hosted by JSU’s first year council.
This two-hour workshop will cover the basics of putting images on screens (making a stencil), ink mixing, and how to effectively use a squeegee to get ink through the screen and print multiple copies of an image. The focus is on printing on paper (which is essentially the same process as printing on t-shirts). Everyone will get many chances to print, and you’ll have a deluxe, one-of-a-kind, two…
BOW Senior Brunch
Join us for a chef’s demo with Coleman Norris, Executive Chef of The Commons, Jb’s Roasts and Chops, and The Skillet, and follow along as he teaches us how to make Al Fresco Spanish Tapas to include: Gambas al Ajillo, Pinchos Morunos, and Churros con Chocolate!
Feeling stressed and scattered? Join Courtney Liu (Duke alum, professional dancer, yoga instructor) for a yoga class customized to reduce tension, ease fatigue, and increase concentration and flow during finals. You’ll leave feeling refreshed and ready to finish the semester strong! Participants should wear clothes in which they can move and bring water. Bring a yoga mat if you have one (the…
A picnic for high schoolers from the Youth Empowerment Group from the Nepal Center of North Carolina and Duke Diya members (the mentor-mentee pairings).
This 24-hour name reading ceremony on Abele Quad will honor the victims of genocide. Anyone can sign up for as many 10 minute name reading slots as they would like.
Follow along as Chef John Eisensmith teaches us how to make crepes!
United in Praise invites all alumni of United in Praise and the Modern Black Mass Choir to experience a blast from the past and fellowship!
Introduction to I/P conflict
SHAPE TriDelt Training
Duke Chinese Music Ensemble is glad to present our concert for Spring semester 2023. We are thrilled to have Master Yazhi Guo, a world-class Suona player, musician and composer as our guest player this year. Come and enjoy a whole hour of modern and traditional Chinese music with us. Free admission, all are welcome!