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CONTENTS:
This Week (11/11-11/17)


GPSC EVENT: Duke University Movember

1. Fuqua School of Business 2nd Annual Global Week: Beyond Boundaries

2. Leakers or Whistleblowers? National Security Reporting in the Digital Age

3. WiSE Lean In Book Club

4. GPSC EVENT: General Assembly Meeting

5. 14th DukeGEN Networking Event with Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit

6. Job Search Workshop for Graduate Students

7. DukeWELL Monthly Seminar: Healthy Holiday Foods

8. Beyond Blue Borders: Student Party at the Ackland Art Museum, UNC-Chapel Hill

9. 7th Annual Forestry Symposium

10. Using Social Media Effectively

11. FREE Film Screening: "Medora"

12. GPSC Event: Football Tailgate (vs. Miami)

13. Sarah P. Duke Gardens: Garden Guild Holiday Craft Sale

14. Fremont Rural Health Clinic

15. Congregational Care Conference: Exploring Cares and Concerns of/with LGBTQ Parishioners and their Families

16. Dancing at the Gardens: Tango

17. Hearts in Motion PaintNite Fundraiser @ TRU Wine Bar


Next Week (11/18-11/24)

18. FREE Film Screening: "From Up on Poppy Hill"

19. Career Fair Prep for Graduate Students and Postdocs

20. It's All 'Bout Poverty: Linking Health Disparities And Educational Inequalities in the United States

21. Maximizing LinkedIn: Creating a Strong Profile & Connecting Professionally

22. GPSC EVENT: Trivia Night!

23. Drop-In Advising on West Campus

24. North Carolina Master's and Ph.D. Career Fair

25. in2: international independent short films + videos

26. DISI International Potluck

27. Duke Medicine Orchestra Fall Concert


Ongoing Events, Opportunities and more

SECU Emerging Issues Prize for Innovation

Theology on Tap

MEDMentors at the Durham County Youth Home

Duke Campus Farm: Community Workdays


The President's Gallery features Duke MFA candidate Kristin Bedford's photographic exhibit Be Still: A Storefront Church in Durham through December 13th. There's still time to see this amazing exhibit on the second floor of the Allen Building.
FREE Movies at the DUU in Griffith Film Theater, Bryan Center
2001: A Space Odyssey
Thurs, November 14th @ 7:00PM and 9:30PM
Sun, November 17th @ 2:00PM
Star Trek Into Darkness
Fri, November 15th @ 7:00PM
Sat, November 16th @ 7:00PM
MIDNIGHT SING-ALONG: Mulan
Fri, November 22nd @ 10:30PM
The Worlds End
Thurs, November 21st @ 7:00PM and 9:30PM
Sun, November 24th @ 2:00PM
This is The End
Fri, November 22nd @ 7:00PM
Sat, November 23rd @ 7:00PM

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Movember in full effect,
Chipper Classmates,
Exciting times! GPSC University Affairs Coordinator Shanna Lehrman was elected as the Chair of Legal Concerns at the Annual National Conference of the National Association of Graduate Professional Students (NAGPS) in Kalamazoo, MI. This is amazing!! We will now be well represented at the national level. Congratulations Shanna!!

In other news, it's Movember and you know that means one thing... mustaches for a cause!
Fumiko Chino

P.S. See below for exciting news about Duke Men's Basketball Family Days and how to apply to be a Young Trustee.


NEWS UPDATE: Basketball Family Games
Contact: Duke Basketball Commitee

Mark your calendars: Duke Men's Basketball Family Games are back! Season ticket card holders are invited to bring the family along to watch Duke take on a number of upcoming opponents. ***Limited*** family seating will be available for the following games:

Fri. Nov 15 vs. Florida Atlantic, 7pm
Mon. Nov 18 vs. UNC Asheville, 7pm
Tues. Nov 19 vs. East Carolina/Norfolk State, 6pm
Sun. Nov 24 vs. Vermont, 6:30pm

    Seating for the above games will be LIMITED! We urge those wishing to take advantage of this great offer to arrive early! Distribution will begin at the graduate student entrance to Cameron two hours prior to tipoff on a first-come-first-serve basis. One season ticket card, along with a valid Duke Graduate Student ID, can receive up to four (4) wristbands for the family games. All guests must be present for wristbands to be distributed. For further information on Men's Basketball policies please consult the Duke GPSC Basketball site.

    Additional family games, with expanded seating opportunities, will be held on:

    Mon. Dec 16 vs. Gardner-Webb, 7pm
    Sat. Dec 28 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2pm


    NEWS UPDATE: Young Trustee Applications are OPEN.
    Contact: Young Trustee Screening Committee

    Graduate and Professional Students,
    The application for the position of Young Trustee is now open. The Young Trustee serves a two year term as a member of Duke University's Board of Trustees. It is a great opportunity for those of you who would like to represent both the interests of your fellow graduate and professional students and the interests of Duke University at-large.
    A detailed description of the role of the Young Trustee, eligibility requirements, and information about the application process can be found HERE.

    The deadline to submit applications is December 15, 2013.
    Please contact gpscyt@duke.edu with any questions.


    GPSC Event: Duke University Movember
    When: All MOVEMBER LONG
    Cost: One unsightly mustache and/or some mustache support from the ladies. But really, it's free! Just have a conversation with folks about men's health issues and donating to fighting prostate cancer, mental health disorders, and testicular cancer.
    Contact: Daniel Ross Brown
    Movember encourages men to join the movement by growing a moustache for the 30-days of November. After REGISTERING on Movember.com, these generous Mo Bros start the month clean-shaven, then grow and groom their Mo (slang for moustache), asking friends and family to donate to their efforts. With their new moustaches, these Mo Bros bring much needed awareness to men’s health issues by prompting conversations wherever they go.
    Movember’s not just for men. Mo Sistas are an important part of Movember’s success. Once REGISTERED, Mo Sistas raise funds and encourage the men in their lives to get involved. Essentially, Mo Sistas do everything that Mo Bros do, without a Mo.
    Please Join the "Duke University Movember" team and raise awareness about men's health!


    This Week (11/11-11/17)


    1. Fuqua School of Business 2nd Annual Global Week: Beyond Boundaries
    When: Mon, November 11th through Fri, November 15th
    Location: Fuqua School of Business
    Cost: FREE
    RSVP: Some events require advance registration HERE
    Contact: Angela Crocker
    Business knows no boundaries. As a premier global business school, Fuqua's mission is to produce global leaders of consequence. To help support this mission, the goal of Fuqua's second annual Global Week, in collaboration with Fuqua's many international diversity clubs, is to provide a deeper global perspective on topics ranging from emerging markets to food and entertainment through daily lunch fairs and events that feature regional cuisine and culture. Join us for a week of immersion in our collective global community. See this calendar for the week of events.

    2. Leakers or Whistleblowers? National Security Reporting in the Digital Age
    When: Mon, November 11th: 6:00-8:00PM
    Location: Sanford Fleishman Commons
    Contact: Alex Pfadt
    The 2013 Robert R. Wilson Lectureship will feature Pulitzer-Prize winning author and journalist, Bart Gellman, and General Michael V. Hayden, former director of the NSA (1999-2005) and former director of the CIA (2005-2009), with Professor David Schanzer moderating. Revelations about government subpoenas of reporters’ phone records and the massive leaks of classified information by M. Sgt. Manning and Edward Snowden have brought the tension between national security reporters and U.S. national security agencies to an all time high. Is it appropriate for the government to deter leaks through aggressive prosecution of those who disclose classified information to the press? Or do these individuals play a vital role in maintaining governmental accountability by enabling the press to inform the public about important matters of national security? These topics, as well as the controversial NSA surveillance programs revealed by Edward Snowden, will be explored in depth in an engaging dialogue.

    3. WiSE Lean In Book Club
    When: Mon, November 11th: 6:00-8:00PM
    Location: LSRC A156
    RSVP: Please email below.
    Contact: Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE)
    Come join us for a lively discussion of Sheryl Sandberg's book, Lean In, in which she discusses why women are still unable to attain leadership roles and what we can do to empower women to achieve their full potential.

    4. GPSC Event: GPSC General Assembly Meeting
    When: Tues, November 12th: 6:30-8:00PM
    Location: Westbrook 0016
    Contact: Shannon O'Connor
    For this GA Meeting, Anna Kenyon (student medical insurance manager) will be speaking. Try to arrive at 6:15 to get food (free!) and sign in. This meeting is open to all. All GA representatives who cannot come must send a proxy. Following the meeting we will be having a free happy hour. Please join us!

    5. 14th DukeGEN Networking Event with Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit
    When: Tues, November 12th: 6:00-8:00PM
    Location: Fuqua School of Business, HCA Auditorium
    Registration: HERE
    Contact: Howie Rhee
    Get out your business cards! On November 12, 2013, we'll be hosting the 14th DukeGEN Multi-city Networking Event. The DukeGEN Networking Events provide a chance for entrepreneurial-minded Duke alumni to meet one another. They happen three times a year, and are voluntarily organized by Duke alumni, for Duke alumni, students, faculty and staff. Since 2008, we've held over 150 networking events with a cumulative total of 5000+ Duke attendees.

    6. Job Search Workshop for Graduate Students
    When: Thurs, November 14th: 12:00-1:30PM
    Location: Soc Sci 228
    Registration: NOW FULL.
    Contact: Career Center
    Looking for a job can be overwhelming, especially when you're not sure what the steps in the process look like. This workshop is designed to demystify the job search process by helping students to learn how to assess and identify their skill set, plan a targeted search, conduct informational interviews and build an actionable job search plan. Students will leave this session with resources for where and how to look for jobs and a clear next step for them to take in their own job search.

    7. DukeWELL Monthly Seminar: Healthy Holiday Foods
    When: Thurs, November 14th: 5:30-7:00PM
    Location: Center for Living, Integrative Medicine Building, Room AB
    Registration: HERE
    Contact: 919-416-DUKE (3853)
    Get ready to change how you think about healthy foods. Visions of tasteless foods should not be dancing in your head when you hear "healthy." Join Cate Smith as she provides options for creating healthy meals to be enjoyed by all over the festive holiday season. Cate is the Executive Chef at Duke Integrative Medicine's café, which is a critical link in the services and programs offered by Duke Integrative Medicine. Cate is a Certified Dietary Manager and Food Protection Professional, and brings more than 20 years of culinary and management experience to Duke Integrative Medicine. Cate is responsible for ensuring that the café and food services serve as a touchstone for the nutritional philosophy of Duke Integrative Medicine's services and programs.

    8. Beyond Blue Borders: Student Party at the Ackland Art Museum, UNC-Chapel Hill
    When: Thurs, November 14th, 8:00-10:00PM
    Location: Ackland Art Museum
    Cost: FREE with Duke/UNC ID
    Contact: Allison Portnow
    The Ackland Art Museum invites Duke students to cross a blue border and mix and mingle with UNC students at a special student night at the Ackland Art Museum. Enjoy food, drinks, music and great art, with tours of the Ackland's current exhibition "The Sahmat Collective" Art and Activism in India since 1989." Free bus transportation from Duke University.

    9. RISKY BUSINESS? A conversation on forest finance, policy, and management in a climate of change - 7th Annual Forestry Symposium
    When: Fri, November 15th: 9:00-3:00PM
    Location: Keohane Atrium
    Cost: FREE
    Registration: HERE
    Contact: Lauren Fety
    If you are interested in anything related to the environment, finance, or policy this event is for you! Join experts in the field to answer the quetions: How can folks interested in forest and environmental management incorporate risk into on-the-ground management, investment/financial decisions, and policy tactics? Discussions will focus on how to manage risk in a changing financial, political, and global climate. Join us for a day of stimulating converstions and free lunch!

    10. Using Social Media Effectively
    When: Fri, November 15th: 9:00-11:00AM
    Location: Von Canon Room, Bryan Center
    Registration: HERE
    Contact: Dr. Melissa Bostrom
    How can you leverage your social media presence to increase your visibility as a scholar? Learn from the experts at the Duke Office of News & Communications how you can best use blogs, Twitter, and other social media options wisely to establish your professional profile.

    11. FREE Film Screening: "Medora"
    When: Fri, November 15th: 7:00-8:30PM
    Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Full Frame Theater
    Cost: FREE and open to the public
    Contact: Suzanne (Lani) Simeona
    Our Third Friday film series at the Full Frame Theater concludes with Andrew Cohn and Davy Rothbart's heartfelt basketball doc, "Medora." Film starts at 7:00pm, doors open at 6:30pm. MEDORA follows the down-but-not-out Medora Hornets varsity basketball team over the course of the 2011 season, capturing the players’ stories both on and off the court. The Hornets were riding an epic losing streak when the filmmakers arrived, and the team’s struggle to compete bears eerie resonances with the town’s fight for survival. MEDORA is an in-depth, deeply personal look at small-town life, a thrilling, underdog basketball story, and an inspiring tale of a community refusing to give up hope despite the brutal odds stacked against them.

    12. GPSC Event: Football Tailgate (vs. Miami)
    When: Sat, November 16th: 12:30-3:30PM
    Location: Whitford Drive (on the right at the top of the hill)
    Cost: FREE with your Duke Grad/Prof Student ID
    RSVP: No RSVP required
    Contact: Tiffany Wilson
    Duke's last home football game of the season is Saturday, November 16 against Miami! Come get ready to cheer on the bowl-eligible Blue Devils by hanging out with your fellow grad students over food, drinks, and games. Go Duke!

    13. Sarah P. Duke Gardens: Garden Guild Holiday Craft Sale
    When: Sat, November 16th: 10:00AM-2:30PM
    Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
    Cost: FREE
    Contact: Sara Smith
    Decorate your home for the holidays and find fabulous gifts for friends, including ornaments, gourd bird houses, jewelry, stationery, knitted goods and nature-focused gifts. All proceeds support Duke Gardens. All items made by the volunteer Garden Guild. Parking free until 1 p.m.

    14. Fremont Rural Health Clinic
    When: Sat, November 16th: 7:00AM-3:00PM
    Location: Fremont, NC (107 East Ward Street)
    Contact: Fremont Rural Health Clinic
    Join us at the Fremont clinic, a student-run free clinic in rural Fremont, NC. Medical students provide basic care including chronic disease management, acute care, physicals, etc., under the supervision of a local physician. Transportation provided.

    15. Congregational Care Conference: Exploring Cares and Concerns of/with LGBTQ Parishioners and their Families
    When: Sat, November 16th: 9:00AM-3:00PM
    Location: Alumni Memorial Commons Room in the Duke Divinity School
    Cost: FREE and includes LUNCH
    RSVP: RSVP Required! Email RSVP to lab75@duke.edu along with dietary restrictions you may have for lunch
    Contact: Lynda Berg
    This workshop is for pastors, chaplains, and other community leaders, for whom it is vitally important to be aware of the unique cares and concerns of LGBTQ persons. This event will explore ways of pastorally caring for and with LGBTQ people and their families through the experience and guidance of an array of local pastors, educators, and leaders from a variety of denominations. People of all sexualities, genders, and theological convictions are welcome to attend.

    16. Dancing at the Gardens: Tango
    When: Sat, November 16th: 7:00-11:00PM
    Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
    Cost: $10; $8 Gardens members & students/Duke staff, through noon on Nov. 15. Thereafter: $12 for all; $5 student rush
    Contact: Sara Smith
    Enjoy this rare opportunity to dance on the gorgeous wood floors of the Doris Duke Center's Kirby Horton Hall. Tango at the Gardens will feature DJs playing traditional and contemporary Argentine tango. Each dance will begin with a one-hour beginner lesson at 7 p.m., which is free with admission and open to people of all ages (16+). The lesson will provide you with basic moves that will serve you all night. You do not need any dance experience, nor exceptional grace or stamina, nor even a partner, just enthusiasm. You may dress up or come in jeans, but please wear low-heeled leather-soled shoes to protect your knees and our floor. Advance tickets may be purchased with cash, check or credit card. At the door, all tickets must be purchased with cash/check only. Information/tickets: 919-668-1707.

    17. Hearts in Motion PaintNite Fundraiser @ TRU Wine Bar
    When: Sun, November 17th: starting at 1:00PM
    Location: Tru Wine Bar (114 Henderson Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27514)
    Cost: $50
    Registration: Required HERE
    Contact: Kelsey Nix
    Come join us a TRU Wine Bar for fun afternoon of painting and wine! Six Duke Physical Therapy students will be traveling to Guatemala this December to volunteer in a clinic that provides free health services for the underserved population. All proceeds will go to funding the trip and providing medical equipments for Heart in Motion!


    Next Week (11/18-11/24)

    18. FREE Film Screening: "From Up on Poppy Hill"
    When: Mon, November 18th: 7:00-8:45PM
    Location: White 107 (White Lecture Hall)
    Cost: FREE and open to the public
    Contact: Hank Okazaki
    Goro Miyazaki's "From Up on Poppy Hill" was the Studio Ghibli top-grossing animated film in Japan in 2011, and won the Japanese Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. The story unfolds in Yokohama during preparations for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Each morning as she prepares for school, industrious Umi Matsuzaki flies signal flags from her family's boarding house in memory of her father, who was lost at sea during the Korean War. Shun Kazama, the engaging editor of the high school newspaper, gets her involved in his campaign to preserve "the Latin Quarter," a beloved but dilapidated building that houses the school clubs. The effort to save the ramshackle structure sparks a believable romance between these likable teenagers.

    19. Career Fair Prep for Graduate Students and Postdocs
    When: Tues, November 19th: 9:00-10:30AM
    Location: Room 143, Jones Building
    Registration: HERE
    Contact: Career Center
    Attending a Career Fair could potentially be overwhelming with numerous employers and hundreds of students interested in seeing the same companies. This session will provide strategies and direction to Master's and Ph.D. students wanting to make the most of the North Carolina Master's & Ph.D. Career Fair on November 21.

    20. It's All 'Bout Poverty: Linking Health Disparities And Educational Inequalities in the United States
    When: Tues, November 19th, 12:00-1:00PM
    Location: Trent 124
    Cost: FREE and open to the public
    Contact: Agata Rocka Stadiem
    Dr. Diem will present data that argues that while gains have and can continued to be made to improve health and educational outcomes for marginalized individuals and groups, in order for more significant gains to be made the two areas must be more explicitly connected to each other, as well as the larger issue of poverty. We must engage in frank, systematic examinations of the widening income gap and how that relates to health and educational outcomes, and what the future implications are for a society with such disparities.

    21. Maximizing LinkedIn: Creating a Strong Profile & Connecting Professionally
    When: Wed, November 20th: 9:30-11:00AM
    Location: Smith Warehouse, B177 in Bay 6, 1st floor
    Registration: HERE
    Contact: Career Center
    Do you have a LinkedIn profile? Do you actually use it or fully understand all of LinkedIn's capabilities? If not, attend this "LinkedIn 101" workshop, and learn how to create a meaningful profile and connect with professionals and companies as you network and conduct your job search.

    22. GPSC EVENT: Trivia Night!
    When: Thurs, November 20th: starting at 8:00PM
    Location: The Loop Pizza and Grill, Bryan Center
    Cost: FREE with your Duke Grad/Prof Student ID
    RSVP: No RSVP required
    Contact: Tiffany Wilson
    Be a part of the first ever GPSC trivia night! Bring your friends and test your trivia skills while you enjoy appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks on GPSC (The Loop has a full bar if you'd like to purchase alcohol). The winning team will get a (TBD) prize! See you there.

    23. Graduate Student Drop-In Advising on West
    When: Wed, November 20th: 2:00-4:00PM
    Location: Bryan Center Meeting Room B
    Contact: Career Center
    Drop-in anytime to have your CV, resume or cover letter reviewed by a Graduate Student Career Advisor. No appointment necessary!

    24. North Carolina Master's and Ph.D. Career Fair
    When: Thurs, November 21st: 12:00-3:00PM
    Location: The Friday Center at UNC-Chapel Hill
    Registration: HERE
    Contact: Career Center
    The NC Master's & Ph.D. Fair is a collaboration between the career services of 6 outstanding graduate schools that join each mid-November to showcase their advanced degree candidates in all disciplines. The sponsoring schools invite employers of individuals with expertise in the sciences, engineering, social sciences and humanities to an information exchange and recruiting forum unmatched in this region. Graduate students and postdocs affiliated with the sponsoring schools who have 2 years or less remaining to complete their advanced studies/research may attend the NC Master's & Ph.D. Career Fair. Dress for success and bring copies of your resume or CV.

    25. in2: international independent short films + videos
    When: Fri, November 22nd: 6:30-9:30PM
    Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Full Frame Theater
    Cost: FREE
    Contact: Anna Kipervaser
    international independent short films + videos, curated by Anna Kipervaser. Sponsored by GPSC. This event is intended to bring together international creatives/creators and inspire conversations between their works, and between their works and new audiences. Works screening are from Indonesia, Romania, Egypt, Lebanon, Germany, United States, Mexico, Colombia, Palestine, Iran, and more! Works are 30 minutes or shorter, the doors are open all night, audiences are free to come and go as they please. The event is free and open to the public. A reception follows the screenings.

    26. DISI International Potluck
    When: Sat, November 23rd: 4:00-6:00PM
    Location: Fullsteam, 726 Rigsbee Avenue, Durham, NC 27701
    Registration: HERE
    Contact: Jen and Danny (Co-Presidents)
    Join the Duke Interdisciplinary Social Innovators (DISI) for our end of the year potluck event! This is a great event to meet all the graduate students who worked on DISI projects this semester, many of whom are from all around the world. If you are interested in learning more about DISI, this will be a great way to get to know us and the work we do for social organizations and nonprofits across North Carolina. Please RSVP to let us know if you will be attending, and what you will be able to bring as a dish.

    27. Duke Medicine Orchestra Fall Concert
    When: Sun, November 24th: 3:00-5:00PM
    Location: Baldwin Auditorium
    Cost: FREE
    Contact: Verena Mosenbichler-Bryant
    Featuring Paul Dukas' Fanfare from "La Peri," Eric Whitacre's October, Charles Gounod's Petite Symphony, Pyotr Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 "Pathétique" and more.


    Ongoing Events, Opportunities and more

    SECU Emerging Issues Prize for Innovation
    When: Applications due December 1st: by 11:59PM
    Contact: Allison Hawkins
    Want to win $50,000 to implement your idea for how to support North Carolina's teachers? The Institute for Emerging Issues is excited to partner with State Employees Credit Union (SECU) to announce the inaugural SECU Emerging Issues Prize for Innovation. The Prize asks undergraduate and graduate students at two- and four-year colleges and universities throughout North Carolina to select one of four challenges to respond to, representing education, health, the natural and built environments, and the economy, all related to supporting K-12 teachers. One winner will be determined for each of these issue areas and awarded $50,000 to realize their idea.

    Theology on Tap: 1st, 3rd and 5th TUESDAYS
    When: Alternating Tuesdays: 5:30-7:00PM; September 3rd through December 3rd
    Location: Fullsteam Brewery
    Contact: Katie Owen
    Come out for theological conversation around issues of culture, faith, and life. Every other Tuesday at Fullsteam Brewery (726 Rigsbee Avenue, Durham). Check www.dukepcm.org for the topics for each week throughout the fall! We'll provide non-alcoholic drinks, snacks, and rich conversation; Fullsteam beer is on you!

    MEDMentors at the Durham County Youth Home: TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS
    When: Every Tuesday 6:00-7:00PM and Every Thursday 6:00-7:00PM and 7:00-8:00PM
    Location: Durham County Youth Home
    Contact: MEDMentors
    MEDMentors is an all volunteer, student led service organization founded by Duke University School of Medicine that aims to promote the long-term health and rehabilitation of adolescents at Durham's juvenile detention facility by providing health education, one-on-one tutoring, literacy classes, and job skills training several times a week. MEDMentors involves students from many different Duke graduate and professional schools. We're always open to volunteers from within the greater Duke Graduate School Community and would LOVE to add new members. A criminal background check and some simple paperwork is required before you volunteer.

    Community Workdays at the Duke Campus Farm: THURSDAYS and SUNDAYS
    When: Every Thursday and Sunday: 6:00-8:00PM
    Location: Duke Campus Farm
    Contact: Emily Sloss
    Head to the Duke Campus Farm this summer for public workdays every Thursday and Sunday from 6-8pm. Throughout the summer, volunteers will be planting, harvesting, weeding and working on small construction projects. Everyone is welcome, including children and those without any background in farming or gardening. It's a great opportunity to learn how food is grown, meet others from the Duke community who are interested in food, and spend some time outside. Meals or snacks from the farm will be provided. Be sure to check our Facebook for workday updates in case of bad weather before heading to the farm. Carpooling is available, please email dukecampusfarm@gmail.com to request a ride.


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