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Come join us as we collect canned foods and other non-perishable goods during the holiday season! We will be donating to food to the Alliance for AIDS, which is a nonprofit in NC that focuses on providing resources for communities impacted by HIV/ AIDS through education, treatment, prevention, and support services. This is the perfect way to give back to the community, and make sure people in n…
We will be selling gratitude grams that come with a note from the sender and an insomnia cookie – they will be delivered to dorms the week before thanksgiving.
DIIG Education End of Semester Social
Final presentations by participants of the fall semester Duke Real Estate Club analyst training program.
Committee bonding event
Come by the Duke Women’s Center the first Wednesday of every month for fun, food, and community building for femme-identifying folks! For December, we’ve taken over the CSGD and are decorating cookies from Baker Street Cookies! Stop by for some food, fun, and holiday cookies!
This event is a celebration for our chapter and the greater Duke community for the end of the semester and Christmas coming. Join us for a night of fun activities, snacks, and an auction!
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!
A time dedicated for upperclassmen to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members.
Join us for Dr. Lane’s talk on her “Ratchet Black Lives Matter” paper. Dinner from Il Forno will be provided!
In 2019, Cornell University started “Freedom on the Move,” a database of “runaway ads” from the United States’ early newspapers—names, dates, descriptions, rewards. The database notes that it compiles “thousands of stories of resistance that have never been accessible in one place. Created to control the movement of enslaved people, the ads ultimately preserved the details of individual lives—t…