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Come take an afternoon study break and practice origami! Origami requires concentration and focus, which helps to calm the mind and reduce anxiety. The repetitive folding of paper can also be meditative, similar to the practice of yoga or mindfulness meditation. This wellness session will emphasize the importance of de-stressing and being in the present moment, along with the sound of calming m…
Wind down with a walk around the East Campus loop with your fellow classmates! You can walk and talk, walk and listen to music, or simply just walk!
Our weekly paint nights are a calming space for you to take time out of your busy week to be creative, destress, and have fun. Paint night is designed for people of all artistic levels: the most important thing is to enjoy yourself. Bring your friends, or come on your own, everyone is welcome! All painting supplies will be provided.
Come join your fellow BCS volunteers to relax and share experiences about volunteering insofar at Neal. Food and games will be provided, and it will be a great way to learn from each other about how to be a better tutor and mentor in the classroom!
Join us on Baldwin quad for the final tournament of the season
Looking for a dedicated time and space to write creatively? Want to find a community of fellow word wizards? Join the Writers’ Collective for laid-back drafting, workshopping, and social events. We meet Saturdays at 3:00 in WU Meeting Room 216 (upstairs on the Sazon side). This week we have Duke creative writing professor JP Gritton speaking to us about creative writing. Sign up for more in…
Hear Dr. Wallace expand upon his TEDx Talk about basketball trafficking and open up to the floor for a community Q&A. Dinner and reception to follow.
Come celebrate the end of the semester with DUU Special Events and our farm-themed event! We will have goats for students to interact with as well as smores and hot chocolate to stay warm in the cold. You can even make your own stuffed animals and take home a decorated mesh bag with some apples!
We are inviting family and friends of Duke Rhydhun, as well as people in the local community interested in joining, to watch Rhydhun perform their new set that will be used on the Desi Dance Network competition circuit. The audience will watch, provide feedback, help clean the team, and ask team members about their experience on the team along with the dance’s message.
A time dedicated for upperclassmen to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members.
Engineering Student Government sponsored social.
Join us for an instructor-led figure drawing class with live models!