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Engineering Student Government sponsored social.
Third day of the Duke University International Security Conference. Updated room reservations.
TASA is celebrating Lunar New Year with traditional Taiwanese food, snacks, and beverages along with mahjong and red envelops. All are welcome to come celebrate!
Wind players from one of the world’s finest chamber orchestras, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, return to the Chamber Arts Series with a vibrant program of small-scale chamber works. There are two milestone quintets featured in this program by Mozart and Beethoven respectively, referencing one another both in their scoring and key signatures. After the premiere of his Quintet, Mozart…
Fourth day of the Duke University International Security Conference. Updated room reservations.
Featuring Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo soprano and Ieva Jok┼½bavi─ìi┼½t─ù, piano. The Ciompi Quartet, Duke’s resident ensemble, returns to Baldwin Auditorium with a dynamic program. Night Music—Bela Bartók’s term for music that depicts of the sounds and emotions of the night—is the central episode in the arch form of his Quartet #4. Fifty years later, Henri Dutilleux returned to the same noc…
THE PITCHFORKS and OUT OF THE BLUE present the most wonderful time of the year… our annual HOLIDAY CONCERT! Come join us to get into the holiday spirit!
DISC will make drop-offs to DMV every second Thursday of the month. We leave by 8:30 a.m. at Smith Warehouse, Bay 5, second floor.
Join duARTS and collaborating arts and cultural groups at the Ruby for crafts, performances, and cozy winter vibes! This annual winter event will be sure to get you in the holiday spirit.
Graduate and professional students: Meet and network with peers from Duke, UNC, and NCSU interested in science policy!
Duke Theta Tau is hosting the first event in a series of guest speaker events on December 9th. This event will be a mini panel of two speakers, Josh Miller and Itbaan Nafi, with an underlying theme of starting and running a business from an engineering perspective. Josh Miller is a Pratt School of Engineering alumnus (class of 2015) and a Distinguished Young Alumnus Award winner. He founded the…
A time dedicated for upperclassmen to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members!