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Join Wild Ones to learn more about birds! Duke faculty Alexander Nickley will lead a Birding outing at Brumley North Nature Preserve on October 21. During this outing, students will be able to spot and identify a variety of birds and learn more about the natural world!
Join us on our monthly volunteer trips to various shelters in the Triangle! Transportation is covered!
Preparing and serving a dinner at Durham Rescue Mission’s homeless shelter.
A fun and exciting weekend, and *gasp* a shocking event?! Devils After Dark encourages students to join us to uncover the villain in our Murder Mystery Party!!
Do you like free fruits and vegetables? Are you looking for a way to add more color to your meals? The Blue Devil Market is just the place for you! The Blue Devil Market is a program that brings an inclusive, supportive, and local produce to the Duke University community. The first market for the 2023-2024 school year will occur on Wednesday, October 18th at 4:00pm in Abele Quad! Be sure to spr…
Come take an afternoon study break and practice origami! Origami requires concentration and focus, which helps to calm the mind and reduce anxiety. The repetitive folding of paper can also be meditative, similar to the practice of yoga or mindfulness meditation. This wellness session will emphasize the importance of de-stressing and being in the present moment, along with the sound of calming m…
Spikeball tournament to encourage college students on incorporating exercise into their daily routines for stress relief and improved mental health. Also giving resources on with advice on how to incorporate physical activity into daily routine and take care of themselves physically in college.
Weekly meetings with training in BP Format and practice rounds.
In this workshop, we will have a conversation facilitated by Hal Matthews, the Associate Director of Global Careers at Duke Career Center, to explore job search specifically for international students in the US, and also explore international job opportunities. Hal will share information and resources about job search strategy, visas, and global opportunities with time for Q&A.
Dance class hosted at Emily K Center. Duke Dance Expressions teaches dance classes to underprivileged children across Durham.
This will be the second GBM for Progress Period. We will discuss committee leads, projects you can take part in, and general timelines.