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This will be a roundtable event focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion, put on by the Materials Research Society @ Duke.
Outdoor event with food, music, and speakers to celebrate solidarity with Palestine.
Learn how to make your own handmade pasta and how to make hand cut noodles, tortellini, and ravioli!
Learn how you can tell the EPA to strengthen their soot standards, then write your own public comment to be officially reviewed on the docket!
Join us for the first garden workday / hang out of the spring! We’ll have some food, pull weeds, and prep the garden. If the weather is warm, we’ll probably plant seeds/seedlings too.
This is an open to event for Black men on campus to get free line-ups and talk about hair, community, and culture.
In this workshop students will experiment with acrylic paint and use a variety of techniques to create a set of three small paintings. This set will be tied together by a simple theme of the artist’s choice, while making use of layering, value blending, and a variety of brushes. All levels of experience are welcome. The instructor, Amelia Shull, is a multidisciplinary artist, musician, and edu…
Get some aggression out by stabbing things until they’re cute! In this workshop we will go over the basics of needle felting, introducing the tools, techniques, and project opportunities for this craft. Make a tiny critter, cat toy, or portrait using colored wool and specialized needles.
In Durham for Spring Break? Get certified in Mental Health First Aid! The certification, including LUNCH, are fully sponsored for Duke students. Your responsibility: — Registration via DukeGroups by 3/9 — 2 hours online pre-work — 6 hours in-person engaging coursework (plus lunch) on March 14 (9am-4pm). ** Questions? David Frankel email@example.com
Auditions for HnH 24 hr Musical…High School Musical
Join us as we celebrate inclusivity in fashion!
To whom it may concern, As part of our annual Persian New Year (Nowruz) celebration, Graduate Student Association of Iranians at Duke (GSAID) would like to organize a public in-person event on April 2nd as post-Nowruz acelebration. From the Balkans to South Asia, numerous ethnolinguistic communities with Iranian and Zoroastrian ancestry have been celebrating Nowruz for almost 3000 years. For…