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We are putting a joint venture together with NC State to the Morehead Planetarium on 2/4. We will discuss future projects with their club while experiencing a planetarium show.
Come create with us! Check out our art supplies and use our space!
This retreat is mandatory for all NPHC members. This event is a series of activities meant to promote community among members and encourage participation within NPHC Council.
We will be rendering song for Black History Month at the Hayti Heritage Center.
Come paint with BSA & Black Arts Collective!
This will be our second recruitment event, which will be a talking event between potential new members and members of the fraternity.
Join Duke NPHC and Duke Collegiate 100 Black Men for an open discussion on mental health in Black and Brown communities!
This group provides a space for graduate and professional students to support each other and learn effective coping skills to manage their stress. Students will be able to process their academic, social, family, and career-related distress in a safe therapeutic environment. Students will also learn coping strategies through experiential exercises to raise their self-awareness and self-compassio…
Those groups provide opportunities to increase awareness of thoughts and feelings in real moments of social interaction, to experience and communicate empathy, and to give and receive feedback while recognizing patterns in relationships.
We will be inviting several local vintage apparel vendors to campus to encourage students to support black businesses.
Therapeutic Tabletop Role Playing Game Group (TTRPG) is a form of group therapy which utilizes narration and role play to help students work as a team to solve problems, improve interpersonal effectiveness, increase frustration tolerance, and emotional resilience through the use of storytelling and gameplay. Students will learn coping strategies at a playful setting by rolling dice, creating ch…
This support group provides a space for Black and female identified graduate and professional students to grow within a supportive community. Using the principles of thriving in community and wellness as resistance, participants will co-create a space for personal and collective growth.