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Come enjoy food and community with the Root Causes Undergraduate Coalition over lunch and reflect in-person after a Fresh Produce Program Distribution the maning of service and food security work in the Durham community. Hope to see you there!
Join us around a virtual bonfire to share reflections about the semester and gain insights from alumni! Food will be provided.
In this session, the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity will a) provide an overview of gender pronouns, b) discuss their importance in creating inclusive spaces for transgender and non-binary students, and c) provide an overview of trans-inclusive pedagogical practices for implementing pronouns in and out of the classroom. Registration preferred, but feel free to drop in. Register here: …
Learn to make a few cookie classics with Chef John Eisensmith!
This event is a Holiday Celebration for DKU Council where we will gather with residents to celebrate the Holiday with love, happiness, and joy!
Hosted by Graduate Professional Student Services, join for information on various Duke resources and connect with Duke offices, departments, and GPSG student organizations. This fair will be helpful for any Graduate or Professional student. Whether this is your first semester or your fifth! Stop by to learn more about Duke resources and support that is available to you!
We hope to support a local bookstore and buy cookbooks for participants through them. We will then each cook a dish from the cookbook and hopefully get the ingredient costs reimbursed. The cookbook club will culminate in a virtual potluck, where we discuss our journeys with the cookbook and chat with a special guest (Meg Mezeske, author, cocktail recipe creator, host of the Pod Appetit podcast)…
A time dedicated to study the Bible, ask questions about faith, and bond with other members.
A time dedicated for upperclassmen to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members!
Join us as we read and listen to small portions of the Qur’an in Arabic. Afterwards, we will reflect and discuss the meaning of the passage as a group.
A time dedicated for first years to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members.
Large Group is a service of worship in the Christian tradition. There will be singing of songs from the Christian tradition and a short talk based on a portion of the Bible. There will be an opportunity for connecting with other students. Large Group is open to Duke students of all faith backgrounds and religious identities.