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Do you struggle to maintain a consistent sleep schedule? Or, do you find yourself caught in cycles of poor sleep habits? This workshop will provide you with holistic tips and strategies for breaking out of vicious sleep cycles to build a more solid foundation for rest and rejuvenation. RSVP not required, but preferred for accuracy of food and resources.
volunteer ESL tutoring provided to members of the Durham community by Duke student volunteers
DCT’s weekly rehearsal is preparing for the semester showcase taking place in November. Actors gather and practice for the showcase.
Happy NC Pride! The parade will be 10:30 AM – 12:30 AM Saturday Sept. 24th on Duke’s East Campus. Before the parade, oSTEM will be offering breakfast, refreshments, and other free swag on East Campus. Afterwords we will head to the parade and booths as a group. Feel free to join us for a day of community building, positivity, and visibility. Please register so we can ensure we have food …
Meet the members and exec of Duke Pamilya, the Filipino Students Association on campus. Come learn about our plans for this year and connect with other Filipinos!
Join us to learn more about menstrual activism, and get involved in menstrual activism advocacy events, collaborations, product drives, and other projects we have planned for the year.
Duke Moot Court General Body Meetings (GBMs) provide new and returning members of Oral Advocacy, Brief Writing, and the General Body to learn competition case material and practice related constitutional law skills.
We have weekly sessions for the Duke Effective Altruism introductory fellowship called the Arete Fellowship. Each room will have about 5 people: 4 fellows and a facilitator. There will be about 20-25 people from Duke EA in the link dispersed across the 4 small group study rooms.
Operation Climate will decide our podcast episode topics for the semester.
During this workshop, current members of the Vertices Academic Editing Committee will guide trainees through the peer review process, using a sample article as practice. This event is mandatory for all new, prospective peer reviewers.
Weekly meeting to discuss our fundraising and volunteer plans.
Hear from upperclassmen about their journeys as pre-health students, how they planned classes, got involved in research and service, and are planning to pursue careers in health going forward.