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Duke Jewish Alumni Network announces second annual series of Regional Happy Hours across the United States

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Spring 2024 Duke Jewish Alumni Network Happy Hour Series

The Duke Jewish Alumni Network invites Duke Jewish alumni, allies, and friends to kick off 2024 with a series of regional happy hours in select cities across the United States in March. These are fun, informal opportunities to meet with fellow Duke Jewish Alumni Network (DJAN) members.

Light snacks/appetizers will be provided courtesy of Duke Jewish Alumni Network; pay-your-own-way for drinks.

Registration is now available on the Duke Jewish Alumni Network page on the Duke Alumni Network for the following Happy Hours:

  • New York City – Duke Basketball Game Watch vs NC State (7pm Tip Off) (Féile) – March 4, 6:30-9:00 pm ET, hosted by Raquel Levy T’18 and Dan McCamblau T’12
  • Philadelphia (Misconduct Tavern) – March 6, 6:30-8:30 pm ET, hosted by Rachel Berlowe Binder T’19 and Brittany Glassberg T’16
  • Washington, DC (Mission Dupont) – March 7, 6-8 pm ET, hosted by Zoe Gezelter T’22
  • Austin, TX (Central Machine Works) – March 12, 7-9 pm CT, hosted by Dani Lefland T’16
  • Baltimore, MD (Attman’s Deli) – March 19, 6-7pm ET, hosted by Sarah Jacobs T’21
  • Seattle, WA (Fremont Brewing’s Urban Beer Garden) – March 20, 6:30-8:30 pm PT, hosted by Samantha Schafrank T’15
  • Southern California/Culver City, CA (Culver City Location TBA) – March 26, 7:00-9:00 pm PT, hosted by Jillian Lowey ’19 & Adam Gabay ’16
  • Dallas, TX – May 16 (Save the date, details to come!), hosted by Andy Halpern T’80 and Amanda Robison T’11

Don’t see your region? Interested in hosting a DJAN Happy Hour in your city next time around? DJAN would love to help you set one up for a date in the future. Email DJAN@duke.edu.

ABOUT DJAN

The Duke Jewish Alumni Network is dedicated to helping members grow their personal and professional networks, reunite with classmates and friends, and celebrate and foster their Jewish identities.

The mission of the Duke Jewish Alumni Network (DJAN) is to ensure that the Jewish community at Duke remains strong past graduation. DJAN, an affiliate of Jewish Life at Duke, engages and connects Jewish alumni through opportunities to interact with peers, foster Jewish identity, and build a network of Duke Jewish alumni for social and professional connections. The Network welcomes alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends of Duke.

As a Jewish alum, you are automatically a member of the Duke Jewish Alumni Network – welcome! 


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