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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.
This event will be held on the BC Plaza stage from 12-3pm. It is for Kesem’s Giving Tuesday 24-hour recruiting effort. There will be food handouts, games, and dares for members to complete. A caricature artist will be present doing free drawing for any undergraduate students. This event will serve to help Kesem recruit new counselors to volunteer at camp next summer.
Join us at at 6:00pm for a pluralistic Kabbalat Shabbat service, followed by a free, family-style kosher dinner at 7:00pm. RSVP by Friday at noon by texting “SHABBAT” to 984-333-5603.
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.
Leadership isn’t one-size-fits-all. In this engaging session, rediscover and refine your leadership philosophy. Get acquainted with Duke’s distinct leadership framework and the 5 pivotal competencies that can elevate your role on campus. Join us, redefine your understanding of leadership, and enhance your impact at Duke!
The Dongzhi Festival or Winter Solstice Festival is a traditional Chinese festival celebrated during the Dongzhi solar term. To celebrate this traditional Chinese holiday, Duke Chinese Dance will rent out a space for its members and the general public to hang out, listen to music, make food and reflect on the experiences of being Chinese-American or of Chinese descent in the U.S. We will kick o…
Auditions for Hoof ‘n’ Horn’s Winter Production, Little Shop of Horrors.
Creating care packages for the Duke Children’s Hospital in partnership with local nonprofit Care to Care
Duke MSA will be going to the Miftaah Institute Seminar on Nov. 11th in Raleigh, North Carolina! We will be covering tickets for members of Duke MSA + coordinating transportation!
Part of the Restorying conference, we will conduct oral histories and make zines together.