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Come use our art supplies, kits, and use our space! Come create with us!
We will be hosting a mental health advocacy concert for NeuroCare benefitting Threshold, a local Durham nonprofit to improve the quality of life for people in Durham living with serious mental illnesses. At our event, we will have an open mic night centered around a theme on mental health, along with a performance by Spellling. The event will be free to access, and attendees will have the oppor…
Come check out our art supplies, kits, and use our space. Come create with us!
The Center for Muslim Life and Duke International Student Center welcome students to join our annual Friendsgiving celebration here on campus. We welcome undergraduate & graduate/professional students looking for a chance to enjoy a traditional American Thanksgiving meal and be in community with others!
finance bootcamp for AKPsi members.
Join the Hermanos of LUL for an introduction to computer-aided design (CAD)! Ever wanted to make your own 3D print from scratch? Worried about how complicated it might be? Have no fear, as this event is made for you! Hermanos with a variety of backgrounds in CAD will walk you through the most basic elements of creating 3D models with Onshape. We highly encourage making an Onshape student accoun…
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.
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).
The group is composed of graduate and professional students from a variety of disciplines who wish to discuss in respectful and thoughtful manners topics related to science and religion.
Join KAjok in celebrating Halloween!
DIIG training program