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Join us for breakfast at Duke Chapel Basement Lounge, just off the Bryan Center and Page Courtyard. DISC provides breakfast, coffee and tea. Come find out about a local resource or campus partner and make a friend in the process. This event is open to Students, Scholars and Spouses.
Weekly meetings with training in BP Format and practice rounds.
Engineering Student Government sponsored social.
A Duke alumni will speak and present about Palestine. He will provide a crash course on Palestine and the current genocide happening.
Come join KAjok to study with Korean snacks and drinks!
Use of classrooms in Languages Building to gather before and after our holiday concert
Join us Friday, December 8 from 5-8 p.m. in Brodie Recreation Center for an evening of relaxation and rejuvenation! Our de-stress event will feature, FREE hot chocolate, fruit and pastries from Café Saladelia, Hatha Yoga, Jazz Music, games, giveaways, and much more. We’ll also have games and giveaways to help you unwind and have some fun. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to take a break from …
Come for a night of trivia and stargazing observation!
Celebrating Christmas the Colombian way, novena of aguinaldos celebrates the Virgin Mary, St. Joseph, the Wise Men, and baby Jesus, through prayer and singing villancicos, and afterward enjoy buñuelos, Narilla, sabajon, etc. We celebrate this from a nontheological position as a cultural tradition with traditional food and music.
If you are 21+, come join JSU for a night out at Bull City Ciderworks! Hang out with friends and celebrate the end of the semester. Transportation will be provided, please do not drive! Advance registration through the attached form is required. https://forms.gle/Y42nxfG5osYnYbsz9
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…
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 …