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DISC will make bi-weekly drop-offs to Social Security, every second and fourth Monday of the month. We depart from Smith Warehouse, at 9:00 am. Our office is 114 S. Buchanan Blvd, Bay 5, Second Floor. Enter the building through Bay 6, take the stairs to the left or go through doors and access the elevator with Bay 6 to the second floor.
Join us for an instructor-led figure drawing class with live models!
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!
Freewater Presentations will be screening the holiday classic “Elf” this Saturday in Griffith Film Theater across from McDonald’s in the Bryan Center. The screenings will be at 7 and 10 pm and there will be hot chocolate. So don’t be a cotton-headed ninny muggins… come and see the movie!
Join us for the Throwback Thursday with the honorary holiday class… the Wizard of Oz. You are not in Kansas anymore, but you should be in Griffith Film Theater (across from McDonald’s in the Bryan Center) at 7 and 10 pm on Thursday!
We would like to collect books (textbooks, science books, English books, any sort of educational reading) in support of female education in refugee camps in Northwestern Ethiopia. We are in partnership with the Duke-UNC Peace Center and wish to send the books to women fleeing violence from Sudan, South Sudan and Eastern DRC.
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.
General body meeting for Partners in Health Engage
Stop by the Academic Guides’ table on Bryan Center Plaza to toss out the things from this semester that no longer serve you and leave with an affirmation!
Join us on Friday, Dec.8th at 5:00pm to hear the story of Rom El-Hai, a 29-year old Israeli from Netanya. On October 7th, Rom escaped the Nova musical festival massacre with two of his friends. 364 civilians were killed and many more wounded during the attack. Rom will share his story from that day. We’ll light Chanukah and Shabbat candles and then hear from Rom. After, we’ll celebrate Chan…