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Join us for an early screening of the incendiary, high-stakes heist thriller that radically explores direct action in climate activism. The film follows a crew of young environmental activists as they execute a daring mission to sabotage an oil pipeline. After the screening, there will be a Q&A with Jordan Sjol, writer, executive producer, and current graduate student at Duke (Literature pro…
Join us for some evening tea! Try out samples of tea from various countries, along with the snacks usually had with them!
Duke MAPS will be hosting a physician panel highlighting the specialty of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Students will break their fasts together
The Community Cultural Wealth 101 training is designed for Students, staff, & faculty to explore the nature of social capital, and how it reflects social inequalities and existing hierarchies. The traditional concept of “cultural capital” posits that to succeed, we must adopt the behaviors and values of those who are at the top of the hierarchy. In this training, participants will learn about t…
Join the CML Mondays thru Thursdays for nightly Ramadan programming. Check out our schedule: @Brodhead Multipurpose Room 067 6:45pm: Speaker program 15 minutes after Sunset: Maghrib Iqamah @The Skillet in the Brodhead Center 20 minutes after sunset: Iftar and socialization @The Center for Muslim Life 9:30pm: Pray Isha’a and Taraweeh at the CML Registration for Iftars is capped a…
Learn more about what it is like to transition from a Duke student to working in the tech industry or pursuing further education. 3 Duke Catalyst alumni will be presenting their experiences. 2 are currently working different roles at Google in the Bay Area and 1 is getting her ECE Master’s at Carnegie Mellon University.
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.
Join the Alexander Hamilton Society on March 28th at 7 PM ET in Reuben-Cooke 126 for a moderated discussion with Michael Sobolik on the future of U.S. – China relations. All are welcome.
The goal of the event is twofold: support students as they navigate through registration for the upcoming 2023 Spring semester and build a strong foundation for comradeship between students at Duke. The concept is one of togetherness, building community and creating space for mutual learning.
Come out and bring something white to tye dye with us!
Creating space to share good food, nature knowledge, and build relationships between the graduate club, NicNats, and the undergraduate club, Wild Ones.