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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.
The Wild Ones is collaborating with Nic Nats for a Naturalist Lunch!!!! We’ll have FREE food, activities like a slackline, spikeball, and board games on the lawn, and a mini BioBlitz with potential FREE PRIZES!! Plus, this is an awesome chance to connect with undergrad/grad students who also lovvvvee nature as much as all of you beautiful people do 🙂 Drop by and say hi even if you can’t stay f…
First-year focused event with Mi Gente and SHPE where students will tour the Co-Lab and be able to use the machinery to make stickers.
Join us on March 30th, from 5:30 – 8:00 pm at Lancaster Commons Clubhouse and veranda. Learn relaxation techniques that can help relieve stress and anxiety, and create aromatherapy room sprays and enjoy dinner with your peers. Part of the Graduate and Professional Appreciation Week programming, sponsored by DISC and Duke Wellness Center
Join for a Duke vs UNC Arabic debate, followed by an Iftar!
Come join the Duke Pamilya; Filipino Students Association for a meal and learn more about Original Filipino music while doing so!
Join us for information about BSAI and how the events will run.
How to Blow Up a Pipeline is an incendiary environmental thriller that is part high-stakes heist, part radical exploration of direct action in climate activism. The film, co-written by a Duke graduate student (Jordan Sjol), premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to critical acclaim and was acquired by NEON (Parasite, Triangle of Sadness). Duke is proud to host NEON for an early sc…