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The Japanese Culture Club is hosting a movie night to watch Hayao Miyazaki’s “Howl’s Moving Castle” from the famous Japanese animation studio, Studio Ghibli! There will be tasty Japanese snacks and drinks to enjoy too! This will be a great night to relax and enjoy a “masterpiece” film with friends!
Read and discuss queer fiction with the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity at Cloche Coffee on Nov. 16 at 5 p.m. In this first meeting, RSVP to get a free copy of the first book we’ll be discussing the following month and meet fellow queer book lovers! We’ll also get you a free drink at Cloche. If you need additional accommodation, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DUU VisArts is hosting an opening reception for James Keul’s “Alla Villa.” There will be free food and amazing art! “Drawn together through a common thread of exploring nature, light, and space in a single sitting, or alla prima, this diverse collection of paintings represents the bedrock of my artistic practice. Doing quick studies from nature, whether in oil paint, as seen in this exhi…
Are you wondering how to identify and build relationships with mentors? Let’s SPARK Conversation on the tips, processes, and best practices to help you make the most of your experience. Facilitated by Dr. Michael Domracki of the Academic Advising Center and Dr. Jessica Harrell of the Undergraduate Research Support Office, this conversation will be your opportunity to learn the role mentors play…
Join us before the Barbie screenings to decorate hats!
Join LUL for an evening of relaxation, as we crochet amigurumi coffee mugs while enjoying the comforting aroma of coffee, savoring sweets, and listening to soothing music.
Come check out our art supplies, kits, and use our space! Come create with us!
A Kesem recruitment and awareness event for Giving Tuesday!
In this workshop, participants will learn the basics of putting images on screens with photo emulsion, ink mixing, and how to effectively use a squeegee to put ink through the screen and print an image. Everyone will get many chances to print, and at the end of the event you’ll have a deluxe, one-of-a-kind, 2-color poster to take home!
Duke PAWS is partnering with Cat Tales Cat Cafe in Chapel Hill to host an informational on their TNVR program! There will be drinks, snacks, and plenty of cute cats to play with! Transportation will be coordinated by PAWS.
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.
Pumpkin themed event for members to strengthen bonds with each other