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The Duke Alphas and the Mary Lou Williams Center are super excited to bring back the Black Duke Yearbook for the 2023 – 2024 school year! Please join us for our third portrait session on Friday, February 16 or at our second session on Monday, March 4. Both sessions will be hosted at The Landing in Bryan Center.
This is going to be one of the intake events during spring 2024 intake process.
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, DIFF will be hosting a festival of romance films both old and new! Featuring shorts from Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, and more, this festival will showcase the wittiness and fun of both 1920s and modern romantic comedies. We’ll also be presenting the work of a Duke student. Come join us for comedy, love, and–a VDay necessity–chocolate (which will be handed out af…
Unsure of summer plans? Curious about what a career for students in your major looks like? Join the Duke Peer Success Leaders and students from a wide variety of majors to learn more about what some of your peers have been up to, and what helped them in their internship application process! We will have insomnia cookies and a Q&A session.
Come make some phone charms, bracelets, and/or origami with us while we share some personal success/failure stories!
Neurocare’s student outreach committee will be meeting throughout the semester to plan mental health advocacy intiatives on and around campus.
We want to hear from YOU! Join the Office of Student Involvement & Leadership in discussing your experiences with the leadership initiatives offered in the department, such as the Next Level Leadership series. All feedback provided will help the SIL team continue to improve programs offered for students in our department. Lunch provided (Happy & Hale)
Amnesty International is the world’s largest grassroots human rights organization with over 10 million members across 150+ countries. We are entirely independent of government funding or influence, as well as independent of any political ideology, economic interest or religion. As a student group, we work to address both domestic and international human rights abuses through education, advocacy…
This is a volunteering event in which Duke students lead STEM based activities with 4th-6th graders from Durham
Stand-up comedy showcase with different format than our usual Sprint format (will be themed)
dPS trip to TROSA to donate clothing items and help with sorting.
Define America is elated to host Migration Awareness week! The week will work to raise awareness among the Duke community about the lived experiences of those affected by migration. This year, from Sunday, February 25th to Saturday, March 2nd, we are holding a series of events including mural painting on East Campus, a panel with guest speakers from local organizations, a day of service/advocac…