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In the Fall of 2021, Duke Student Affairs initiated a study to review the allocation of space in the Bryan University Center (Bryan Center) in support of student groups, student engagement, and student-facing services.
Jewish Life at Duke has been enriched this year by the addition of two hand-crafted chanukyiot…
Each East Campus residence hall elects a slate of student leaders who plan events for the house, make decisions about using house funds, and serve as an advocacy group to give voice to first-year student issues.
The Freeman Center for Jewish Life, located on Duke’s campus, opened in 1999, providing a home for Jewish Life at Duke and the Rubenstein-Silvers Hillel and for the Duke Jewish community to gather, celebrate, learn, and pray together. Jewish student centers, and Jewish communities especially, existed on campus long before the Freeman Center was built, however. What was Jewish life at Duke like in the 1950s? Class of 1958 alumna Charlene Nachman Waldman shared the following photos and reflection with us: Jewish students at Duke in the 1950s would not have imagined that one day there would be a Freeman Center…
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Happy Finals Season, Blue Devils! We’ve compiled all the study breaks we could find in one place for you. It is SO important to take breaks while studying, reading, writing – whatever work you’re doing to prepare to close out your semester. We hope you’ll take advantage of some of the opportunities you see here, get good sleep, and take care of yourselves!
Last month I had the opportunity to talk to Duygu Dogrucan, who is a Turkish professor at Duke – and also an active participant in the International House’s English and Spanish Conversation Clubs. After receiving her BA and a MA in Foreign Language Education in Istanbul, Duygu reflected on whether she wanted to seek a PhD, describing this time as a “personal discovery period”. This was when she found the Fulbright Program, a prestigious program that provides grants to individuals interested in teaching their native language in other countries (or for work/research projects). Duygu had taught English in the past, but she was…
Black History Month Dinner Wednesday, February 16th, 2022 Marketplace 5p-9p National Theme: Black Health and Wellness DURHAM MARKET Jerk Chicken (GF) Smothered Oxtails in Onion Gravy (WHEAT) Shrimp Creole (SHELLFISH, WHEAT,) Red Beans (GF) (V+) and Rice (GF) (V+) Cajun Tomato and Okra (GF)(V+) Collard Greens with Smoked Turkey (GF) Mac and Cheese (WHEAT, MILK) (V) Jalapeno Cornbread (WHEAT, EGGS, MILK, SOY) (V) LEAF AND LADLE Brunswick Stew (GF) Vegan Gumbo (WHEAT)(V+) Traditional Salad Bar Deviled Eggs-Spicy and Sweet (GF) (EGG, SOY) FUSION / Prepared and Served by Zweli’s Piri Piri Kitchen Vegetable Samosa Beef Samosa African Chicken Stew Jollof…
Jewish Alumnae, Staff, and Student Speaking at Upcoming Women’s Weekend