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Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 02/04/2024

Weekly photo round up!


Voting is a crucial part of the democratic process, enabling you to shape the future of your community, state, and country. Duke encourages all eligible students to make their voices heard by casting their ballots.

As a college student, you have the option of voting in North Carolina or in your home state. With North Carolina’s Primary approaching on March 5, .votes has compiled what you need to know about voting this year.

Check the link in our bio for the full story and list of resources!

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 01/25/2024

Grad & Professional students, make your way to Penn Pavilion NOW for the Resource Fair designed for YOU! Penn is packed with 60+ resources to support you during your time at Duke and beyond. See you there, from now until 4pm today!

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 01/15/2024

Your weekly event guide is here, brought to you by MLK Jr, the letter J, and the number 100! As always, this is just a sampling of what’s going on this week on campus - check DukeGroups for more events and any changes to what you see here!

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 12/11/2023

Celebrating our December RA graduates this evening! Thank you for all you’ve done for your residents!


It’s giving LDOC.

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 12/07/2023

For our last Would You Rather Wednesday of the semester, we're keeping it light ☕️

So tell us: would you rather have a 10 minute phone call with your celebrity crush, or have a Gardens date with your campus crush??

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 11/18/2023

Art and puppies and concerts, oh my! What a fun week, Blue Devils! Enjoy the beautiful weather this weekend!


📰 SA News Story 📰

The Blue Devil Market, free and open to all Duke students for the first time, aims to expand students’ access to fresh, healthy foods on campus. The first expanded market took place in October on Clocktower Quad, and drew around 550 students.

“Access to fresh produce is a frequently forgotten pillar of adequate nutrition,” Calvin Rausch remarked. “Allowing Duke students to take home an assortment of fresh produce for free broke a lot of barriers for a lot of students.”

Read more here: https://students.duke.edu/blue-devil-market, and stay tuned here and DukeGroups for future market info!

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 11/11/2023

Spotted around campus this week!


Family Weekend is upon us! Looking for the schedule? Visit duke.is/family-weekend for all of the festivities, FAQs, and what to expect during one of our favorite traditions.

Don't forget to tag us in your photos all weekend so we can follow along!


Want to learn quick and fun techniques to manage stress, anxiety, depression, and loneliness? Founder of (and bonus, a Duke parent!) will be here TODAY, giving you 3 opportunities to learn these quick techniques live and in person! Open to all Duke students, in the Penn Garden Room - 11:15am, 12pm, and 12:40pm.

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 10/25/2023


Here are some safety tips in collaboration with , , & :

👀Stay Prepared & Alert 👀
👻 Choose not to drink. Enjoy the entertainment!
👻 Charge your phone.
👻 Trust your instincts! Leave the party, don't accept the drink, or just say no to whatever is making you uncomfortable.
👻 Don't go alone. Travel in groups!

🎃 If You are Choosing to Drink 🎃
👻 Eat before beginning to drink.
👻 Pace yourself! Remember, it's a marathon, not a sprint.
👻 Ride the wave - set a limit of 3 drinks, spaced throughout the night.
👻 Have a designated driver decided before the night!



Last night of Fall Break fun at the !


COMING SOON: is visiting Duke for his national Tour! On October 25th at 6PM, students, alumni, and faculty are all invited to join the Surgeon General and Jon Scheyer, Duke Men's Basketball Coach, moderated by Kate Bowler, Associate Professor of American Religious Studies, to learn how you can address loneliness and strengthen the connections we have with one another. Log in and grab your ticket today (link in stories)!


Hanging around Duke and Durham for Fall Break? We've got you covered on things to keep you busy, or ways to relax and enjoy the fall weather! Check out https://students.duke.edu/fall-break-to-do/ for all the details!


It’s Coming Out Day! Come out 🌈 to the BC Plaza today for some joy, affirmations, and of course, swag.


Whether you’re a tech enthusiast or just curious about the latest advancements, Duke Tech Week will showcase the full spectrum of tech resources that Duke students can access. Join the celebration of innovation, creativity, and the limitless possibilities that technology brings to our community.

Read more: https://students.duke.edu/duke-tech-week-2023/

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 09/24/2023

A third of the way through the semester already?? Let’s make it another stellar week, Blue Devils 💙


Happy Autumn, Blue Devils!

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 09/16/2023

Beautiful faces, beautiful scenery, beautiful Duke week!

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 09/06/2023

The Jewish High Holiday season begins next week (sundown on Friday, September 15). Learn more about what these Jewish holidays mean and how Duke students observe them!

Students who are observing - don't forget that tomorrow (Sept. 7) is the deadline for signing up for free Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur meals with Jewish Life at Duke.

Visit tinyurl.com/DukeHighHolidays2023. For the schedule of services and meals for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, visit ’s website.


Theo, Allen and Erik are taking it all in on their first Duke FDOC! Any words of advice for them? Let them know in the comments!


“By chance we met, by choice we became friends.”

We’re so happy you found your people this week, Dukies! 💙


2027 Class Photo ✅


Can you guess where this is on campus?

Photos from Duke University Student Affairs's post 06/15/2023

This weeks’s resource roundup highlights the programs that the Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity leads throughout the year. A couple big ones include Coming Out Day on the BC Plaza every October, and Lavender Graduation in April. But there are SO MANY other engagement opportunities the CSGD creates weekly and monthly! Stay tuned to DukeGroups to find out when!

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West Campus Move-In Details - Fall 2022
1️⃣5️⃣ DAYS TO DUKE!! 😱Keep a lookout this week in the 30 Days to Duke series for a guide to Duke's identity and cultura...
1️⃣8️⃣ days to Duke, when we add another epic class photo to this clip! Looking at you, Class of 2026!
30 Days to Duke: The Countdown is ON.
Class of 2026: go to bit.ly/BDB2026 to sign up for Blue Devil Buddies before June 24!
Just some morning affirmations to get you through the end of a tough week. Watch this as many times as you need to and r...
Fridays With Fitz: What's Your Dream Job?
Class of 2026! It's time to start checking your DUKE email account! Go to my.duke.edu if you need help, and be on the lo...
GRADUATES (oooh, that sounds good, doesn't it?!): We're counting on you to help us (DUKE!) do better and share your insi...
The Class of 2022 gives some great advice to the incoming Class of 2026!




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