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Resonance is a musical collision of cultures from around the globe. Together, Senegalese Kora player Ablaye Cissoko, French classical violinist Gabriel Richard and Senegalese songwriter Felwine Sarr juxtapose the sung repertoire of West African classical music, Afrobeat and Baroque European music with electrifying results. Richard and Sarr are both Duke professors: Richard in the Department of …
Named for the god of music, Apollo5 has demonstrated that a choir of only five singers is no barrier to a full, dynamic sound. Over their twelve years as an ensemble, Apollo5 has performed in the most prestigious UK, European, and North American venues, gathering praise for their “lyrical expressiveness and lovely fresh tone” (Opera Today). With their repertoire spanning five centuries, two of …
Keohane Quad hosts bi-weekly themed brunches with special guests/foods/entertainment!
The LDOC committee will be tabling and selling baked goods on BC plaza. All proceeds will go to supporting UNICEF.
Rehearsal blocks for Hoof ‘n’ Horn’s winter production, Little Shop of Horrors
The Hermanos of the Rho Chapter of La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc. will host an information session on Friday, November 17th at 6 p.m. All interested gentlemen are encouraged to attend learn more about who we are/what we do as an organization
Watch Party before Duke Chinese Theatre’s show: 夏洛特烦恼 (Goodbye Mr. Loser)
Co-Sponsored by Duke Law Run Club and Government Public Service Law Club at Duke Law, the Public Interest Law Fund 5K is an opportunity to walk or run 3.1 miles while raising money to support law students pursuing public interest jobs during their summer internships. All proceeds go to the Public Interest Law Fund which supports public interest/public service law students at Duke Law. For more…
Join H4H as we provide blood pressure screenings and mental health screenings. You must have previously attended a training to participate.
We will be holding a Thanksgiving dinner in Keohane Atrium for students staying on campus during the break!
We will be screening the “Wild Pear Tree” with the Turkish Student Organization at 8pm in the Bryan Center across from McDonald’s!
Take a break from studying and join WGELA for some Mexican bread and hot chocolate and have discussions to learn more about environmental issues in Latin America!