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Exams, papers, and the long-haul to November Break got you burnt out?? Devils After Dark has a night of Pinterest activities available for those who need to de-stress!! Come craft with us!!
Come to cabernet cabaret and hang with Hoof ‘n’ Horn! All Hoof ‘n’ Horn members are invited!
Ourselves and another organization (EyeServe) are hosting a pickleball tournament as a fundraiser for our organizations!
Presentation-style informational for interested members to learn more about the greek community and our place in greek life.
This event will feature half an hour of moderated discussion and half an hour of audience Q & A. While the topic is not yet set in stone, the talk will likely focus on foreign investment, corruption, and other facets of economic development in the region.
Join Jewish Life at Duke for a weekly dinner every Monday in November to discuss Israel from different experts and thought leaders. Free kosher dinner from the Freeman Center Cafe will be provided. **Topics and speakers to be announced soon.
The DCC will be cooking and serving dinner to families transitioning out of homelessness through Families Moving Forward (FMF). FMF is a local non-profit that provides safe housing as well as enrichment programs to help families break the cycle of poverty. We will be praying for these families and cooking dinner on Monday, November 13th at 7:00 PM at the FAH.
We cordially invite you to join this “Tell Me More” Karsh Conversation hosted by the Career Center! To know yourself and the aspects that make up those interest and values contributes heavily to what you want to do professionally. The primary objective of this panel is to empower first-year and sophomore college students with valuable insights on cultivating self-awareness during the early stag…
Explore the craft of decorating fabric using a needle and thread. Practice creating imagery using colorful thread- students will learn tips and techniques to achieve traditional embroidery styles.
During this event, we will be going over how banking and personal finance are necessary for underrepresented populations on campus.
WiSE is organizing a Book Talk with Lisa Munoz, Author of ‘Women in Science Now: Stories and Strategies for Achieving Equity’. Talk followed by Reception.
We will open with a spirtual/religious thought/lesson and then discuss and plan future events. We will discuss in what areas our club could be improved and better meet the needs of its members. Additionally, some group bonding games/activities will take place in order to strengthen club relationships.