Introducing MIST: Where Creativity Meets Competition
Step into the world of Muslim Interscholastic Tournament (MIST), an ingenious non-profit initiative igniting the passion of high school students across the U.S. and Canada.…
Adding Your Chosen or Preferred Name to Mobile DukeCard
Duke students can now update their Mobile DukeCard to reflect chosen or preferred first names, thanks to a collaboration between the Duke Student Government (DSG),…
The Mary Lou Celebrates the End of ’22-’23!
Mary Lou Day 2023 Mary Lou Day is the annual celebration of the namesake of the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture at Duke…
Duke Alumnus Awarded for 50 Years of Service to Jewish Athletics
Duke Alum Roy Salomon shares about his induction into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame and his encouragement for Jewish youth and young adults.
Summer 2023 Resources
Looking for quick links and contact information for Student Affairs resources this summer? We've got you covered.
2023 WomC Award Ceremony
On Thursday March 30th, the Duke Women’s Center celebrated the 2023 WomC Awards in the President’s Suite of the Wallace Wade Stadium. For the first…
Reproductive Justice Student Symposium
The Duke Women’s Center kicked off 2023 Women’s History Month with a bang this year, hosting the Reproductive Justice Conference on Wednesday, March 8th, in…
Rabbi Elana Friedman Awarded 2023 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award
Rabbi Elana Friedman is selected as a 2023 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award recipient.
An Evening with Naftali Bennett
Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett visits Duke
Ramadan 144 | 2023 Resources
Ramadan Mubarak! Ramadan is one of the most sacred months in the Islamic calendar. Muslims observe Ramadan as a month of fasting, reflection, and prayer.…
Our Story: The Freeman Center for Jewish Life
Ten years of dedication by Duke's Jewish community led to the opening of the Freeman Center in 1999, a vibrant home for Duke's Jewish students.
SA Feature: The Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture
Established in 1983, The Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture remains a safe, welcoming and supportive space that reflects the core values, culture, mission…