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“We are here, and we are here to stay”, is an exhibit that features the narratives and images submitted by the Duke and the local community whose lives have been touched in some way by immigration status. As part of our programming for Undocumented Awareness Week, this exhibit ultimately aims to highlight the voices of often marginalized communities to demonstrate that immigration is not just a…
Regular general body meeting celebrating new members and transition to AKPsi.
Join Bench and Bar to hear from a panel of current pre-law undergraduates who will be sharing their tips for finding and getting summer internships in the legal professional world.
Trangout trip to the LGBTQ Center of Durham’s trans clothing closet! Email Lee if you need a ride.
AEPi SHAPE Training
A Fast Food grab and go event hosted by Duke Students of the Caribbean.
Social Hosts are members of the Duke community that are required to be present at all on-campus events where alcohol is present. Social Hosts are sober, active bystanders that assist in promoting safe, social behaviors to ensure that the event ends well for all those attending. What will this workshop cover? Your role as a Social Host. How you can promote safe, social behaviors. How your…
Duke HAND bi-weekly meeting
Come discuss barriers to prayer, expand your ideas about worship, and explore your relationship with spirituality. Emphasis on the basics and diversity of Islamic prayer with a focus on different sects, cultures, and genders.
Join us at Queer Folkloric Fantasies and explore identity through artistic practice with NYC-based artist Chanel Matsunami Govreau. There will be an interactive performance by Chanel followed by a guided collaging workshop where you’ll be able to incorporate your own folklore, identity, and history into a personal work of art. Dinner and boba will be provided. This program is co-sponsored by Du…
Please join the Duke Sustainability Board for a cocktail hour kick-off to our annual sympoisum. This year’s them is “Reducing our Impact.”
Encompasses all volunteering trips for BCS volunteers at Duke. In a given trip, a group of volunteers will drive to Neal Middle School, help tutor students in their classes for about 1 hour, and then drive back to campus.