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Bonding dinner with H4H board members
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.
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…
Duke Film Club, in collaboration with Duke Freewater and the Creator Lab, will be hosting a Q&A with legendary Duke alum, Ken Jeong (’90). We will speak about the entertainment industry and his work in film and television. Please note, the event will be in-person, but Ken will be Zooming in.
A retreat for the Black Women’s Union executive board.
Few Quad Council’s monthly Chew@Few serving holiday food including hot cocoa and churros
The Raging Rho Chapter of the La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda, Fraternity Incorporated with Mi Gente and the Zeta Mu chapter of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. will be hosting a parrillada on Saturday, December 2nd, 2023 in Few Exterior Quad 1 from noon to 2 pm in celebration of Latinx Heritage Month. We would love to see everybody there!!!
join keohane on december 2nd to watch #7 duke mbb take on GT!
Celebrating World AIDS Day to the tune of Queer Afrofuturism!
Come see Emma Seligman’s hit comedy classic “Bottoms” with us this Friday! We are partnering the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity to screen one of the best-hit comedies of the year! It will be screened at 7 and 10 pm in Griffith Film Theater!
This will be the last watchparty of the semester for Duke Anime. We’ll watch shows recommended by members of the club.
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.