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Whether you’re staying on campus / in Durham over the winter break or headed elsewhere, remember there are still resources available to you, wherever you are.
Hi parents and families. We are so excited to have our students spotlight this month. My name is Jordyn Williams. I’m serving as the graduate intern for the New Student & Family Programs Office here at Duke. And for this month’s newsletter, we are Spotlight featuring Nicole, who is the chair of the Student Wellness caucus. And she’s here today to talk to us a little bit more about what this group does on campus and how they are serving the Duke community. So, Nicole, I’m going to hand it over to you, could you go ahead and introduce yourself…
New Student & Family Programs is looking for student leaders who want to be a part of the fun of Move-In Day, the bonding in Orientation Week, and the important conversations with incoming new-to-Duke students. The time is now to APPLY to be an Orientation Leader! Orientation Week, the FAC Program, and Pre-Os are all getting a makeover. This incoming group of Orientation Leaders will pioneer a newly formatted, but familiarly spirit-filled time of leader training and student welcoming August 15-28. All current students who will be enrolled in Fall 2022 (whether in Duke or abroad) and will be available August 15-28 are eligible….
Looking for information on Spring 2022 Semester? For the latest updates about returning to campus for Spring Semester 2022, visit the Duke United website. For all messages sent to students with COVID-related and return to campus information, visit the Updates for Students page. For information on the COVID vaccine and booster requirements, visit Duke’s COVID Vaccine website. Re-entry Reminders Testing Through January 18, free entry testing will be available at test sites listed here. Starting Jan. 10, students must inform staff on site that they need an entry test, not a surveillance test. Questions? Survtest@duke.edu for surveillance testing questions. Boosters To schedule your required booster, call Student Health 919.681.9355…
Duke Dining and Nutrition Services have created a nutrition education program called Diversify Your Plate. This is an extension of our current Balance Your Plate program which aims to educate students about how to enjoy a balanced meal. Diversify Your Plate takes this program a step further providing information and examples on the health benefits and taste of culturally diverse balanced meals. Our goal is to encourage students to learn, experience, and understand the benefits of culturally diverse cuisines. Balanced Eating…. is a global thing! This year we have focused on different cultural cuisine types, offering examples of how to create a balanced plate for each culture cuisine type including a Latin American…
The new venues will be entirely free of the nine most common food allergens, including peanuts and tree nuts.
Happy Finals Season, Blue Devils! We’ve compiled all the study breaks we could find in one place for you. It is SO important to take breaks while studying, reading, writing – whatever work you’re doing to prepare to close out your semester. We hope you’ll take advantage of some of the opportunities you see here, get good sleep, and take care of yourselves!