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Join us at at 6:00pm for a pluralistic Kabbalat Shabbat service, followed by a free, family-style kosher dinner at 7:00pm. RSVP by Friday at noon by texting “SHABBAT” to 984-333-5603. Food Provided (The Freeman Center Cafe will be providing a full kosher meal for all students.)
Learn more about Black history with us!
Freewater Presentations will be starting its “Hunger Games” series with “The Hunger Games” and “Catching Fire.” It will be screened on 1/30 in Griffith Film Theater at 7 pm and 10 pm.
A (for now) monthly session for writing/working with others who are doing the same. A space to come and do work in community. Coffee/Tea Provided.
This event is a weekly American Sign Language lesson where members of the Duke community, especially undergraduates, have the opportunity to receive an hour of instruction from a professional ASL teacher at no cost to attendees.
Celebrating the Lunar New Year with the DCC!
Rehearsals for DUWS’s ballroom dance performance at our annual fundraiser, Viennese Ball.
Join us for a vibrant celebration of Lunar New Year hosted by the Singapore Students Association! This festive event promises an evening with delicious hotpot and more to usher in the year of the dragon! All Duke undergraduates are welcome to attend this event.
This is a recurring workshop as part of an 8-week series for new members of our club to learn about software engineering, specifically focusing on web development
Join Help Desk for light snacks and an opportunity to meet fellow volunteers and interact with site leads!
Swingin’ Under the Stars is a semi-annual social dancing event open to all members of the Duke community and others in the wider Triangle swing dancing community. This event is an excellent opportunity for dancers of all levels: there will be an introductory lesson for beginning dancers. There will be live jazz music! No experience or partner required!
Event to be held by the Duke Brazilian Student Association for all interested members of the Duke community, focusing on a special part of Brazilian culture: food! More specifically, it aims at sharing what many Brazilians consider to be something unique about the country’s cuisine, Churrasco. What will essentially be a big barbecue to foster community bonding for Brazilians and anyone interest…