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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.
Overview of Competition season, SHAPE training
Join the CSGD’s new affinity group for LGBTQ+ Desi students! Wednesday, Nov. 15, 3-5pm in the CSGD (100 Bryan Center).
How are own stories of self-connected to larger stories of community and liberation? What are the ways in which these larger narratives created? These are the questions A. Kamau Pope (they/he) will interrogate for the Queer and Trans leadership Series. Kamau, in his own words, is a dirt road academic and a Black, queer, trans story sharer, historian, and Ph.D. candidate at Duke University. They…
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.
Come show what you know as a pre-law student!
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.
Well known author Jonathan Schanzer will be speaking about Israel history, the current Israel-Hamas war, and how this war will shape the future of Israeli Society.
The Line Monitors are hosting a Tenting Info Session in White Lecture Hall. We will discuss all aspects of tenting for the UNC game from how to get a tent, the tenting schedule, and fun programming events throughout the season. Those with any level of interest in tenting are encouraged to attend!