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[Text on the graphics] Guatemala is a Central American country with a Spanish colonial legacy. Symbols on the Flag [image of Guatemalan flag] The two blue stripes on the Guatemalan flag represent that the nation is locked between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, while the middle white stripe represents peace. The Guatemalan Coat of Arms is shown in the middle, featuring the national bird Resplendent Quetzal), a scroll declaring Guatemala’s independence from Spain, crossed rifles, and a bay laurel crown. Fast FactsArea: 42,042 km2Population: 15,712,000 Capital: Guatemala City Language: SpanishReligion: NoneCurrency: Guatemalan quetzal Geography[image of map of Guatemala and its…
One of the key ingredients to a successful living experience is a solid relationship between roommates and a healthy roommate relationship takes time to develop. An important place to start is by getting to know each other.
This post contains policies and information aimed at fostering a safe environment for all who live within our residential communities.
Move-in expectations, times, events, and other important information for the incoming class!
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New Student & Family Programs is looking for student leaders who want to be a part of the fun of Move-In Day, the bonding in Orientation Week, and the important conversations with incoming new-to-Duke students. The time is now to APPLY to be an Orientation Leader! Orientation Week, the FAC Program, and Pre-Os are all getting a makeover. This incoming group of Orientation Leaders will pioneer a newly formatted, but familiarly spirit-filled time of leader training and student welcoming August 15-28. All current students who will be enrolled in Fall 2022 (whether in Duke or abroad) and will be available August 15-28 are eligible….
Hi parents and families. We are so excited to have our students spotlight this month. My name is Jordyn Williams. I’m serving as the graduate intern for the New Student & Family Programs Office here at Duke. And for this month’s newsletter, we are Spotlight featuring Nicole, who is the chair of the Student Wellness caucus. And she’s here today to talk to us a little bit more about what this group does on campus and how they are serving the Duke community. So, Nicole, I’m going to hand it over to you, could you go ahead and introduce yourself…
AUTHOR NAME Lucy Ren & Jordyn Williams BODY The following is a transcript of a podcast. The audio recording can be found here. — Hi parents and families. My name is Jordyn Williams, and I’m serving as the graduate intern for the New Student & Family Programs Office here at Duke this year. And today I am here with Lucy Ren, who is the Vice President of Professional Development for a pre-professional organization called Business Oriented Women. And she’s going to tell us a little bit about what this organization is and how Duke students can benefit from being a member…