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Join the Nu Sisters of Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc. and the Native American/Indigenous community at Duke to bead, we will have turquoise materials to work with.
This event is for Agapé’s recurring bible study with undergraduate students.
Weekly meetings with training in BP Format and practice rounds.
Join Duke NPHC for our November Block Party!
Our club’s general body meeting to discuss club happenings including events, volunteering, and fundraising.
This month, instead of a Lunch and Learn, the Women’s Center will be hosting a Dinner and Discussions workshop in honor of (NAHM) Native American Heritage Month. Join us as we talk with Brittany Hunt and Chelsea Locklear, hosts of The Red Justice Project, about the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women Movement (MMIW).
Come decorate holiday ornaments with First Years in Mi Gente! Decompress a little before finals as snacks will be provided, a movie is screened, and we get ready for the holiday season.
A game night for BWU and 100 Black Men to build community on campus.
Portrait painting has probably been around as long as people have been around. In this workshop we’ll continue the tradition and create our own (self, other, abstract, etc.) portrait of choice. Beginners welcome. We’ll cover the basics of portrait painting and attend to composition, color, and line choices. This is a very short time to complete a portrait, so please be prepared to leave with a …
Freewater Presentations will be “Trolls Band Together” in the Bryan Center across from McDonald’s. The Pitchforks will be performing as well.
Join Creative Writing to help you relax, have a moment of peace during your week, and build resilience while finding strength and community in sharing your stories through writing. Writing is a mindful activity that encourages expressing your emotions, thinking introspectively, sharing your gratitude, and having fun through poetry, short stories, and more! This group meets every Thursday fr…
Weekly practice for Duke Quiz Bowl (1/2).