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Second committee meeting for UNICEF-Durham Affairs.
Join us this Thursday from 7-8 and watch “They Never left: indigenous return and reclamation in the southeast” by duke alumni Quinn Smith while enjoying boba in cma wekit”
Celebrate the conclusion of your New Member Programming experience with BOW with a pizza party for the Fall 2023 New Member Class of BOW! You have spent so much time over the last four weeks getting to know the many different aspects of BOW. Now, take some time to relax and enjoy reflecting on your experience with new and old friends.
Hi Wetlanders! SAWS and DCS are excited to conduct a wetland walk to SWAMP in the Duke Forest led by Dr. Neal Flanagan, a wetland expert and researcher. We plan to gather at the Al Buehler Trail Parking Lot (https://maps.app.goo.gl/FBiM5djncEg8ejQw6) at 1pm on October 27th (Friday). Join us to learn more about wetlands and opportunities that you can get involved with at Duke. Snacks will be pro…
Open to All Undergrad & Grad Students–All Levels, No Experience Necessary! Meet at the East Campus Pickleball Courts! Join Duke Club Pickleball: https://groupme.com/join_group/85058587/mRClDbs1
OctoberFest, but with a lively, community-oriented twist!
Nintendo switch games with psi upsilon. Part of a recruitment and social events
Annual Halloween Party for fellowship and fun
Duke students will advocate for the protection of human life at all stages throughout the Triangle area.
This event is a super exciting opportunity to drive to Charlotte and receive an exclusive tour of American Airlines’ Operations. A normal tour is expected to consist of the bag room, ramp area, catering, hanger, and possibly local ground control. The drive to Charlotte is ~2.5 hours, so anticipate that it will be a half-day to full-day activity.
Are you a freshman who needs help with choosing classes for next semester? Are you an upperclassman who has advice about your majors and classes? Join ASA underneath Marketplace to grab some food and talk about course registration! If you are an upperclassman, be sure to add your information to the spreadsheet!