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Week's Top 5 Events & Deadlines from Duke Today Students
MON 11/17 - Global Trivia Night at the Loop
Meet new friends and test your knowledge at a special International Week event sponsored by Global Ed, DukeEngage, and International House. 7 PM.
WED 11/19 - Appropriate or Appropriation: Native American Identity Fashion Show
A discussion of uses and representations of cultural symbols, with a fashion show by Native American designers. Nelson Music Room. 7 PM.
WED 11/19 - Kickoff Concert for Thursday's Duke vs. UNC Football Game
Pre-game concert Wed. starts at 6 PM at Keohane with food trucks, free beanies and Aer. Thursday game at 7:30 PM.
FRI 11/21 - SAT 11/22 - November Dances
New works by dance faculty and advanced choreography students at Reynolds Theater. 8 PM.
SAT 11/22 - Predictions, Probabilities, and Realities: Media Coverage of the 2014 Election
Journalists Nate Silver of fivethirtyeight.com, Molly Ball of The Atlantic and Brian Stelter of CNN speak at 2014 Zeidman Colloquium.
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Construction at Duke
For the first time in decades, Duke is full of growth and change – and it’s hard not to notice. Construction across campus brings a variety of changes, but it’s part of expanding Duke as a world-class place for learning and research.
Learn more about current and planned construction projects.
Weekend Marathon Will Have Students Hacking For Social Good
This weekend, hundreds of tech junkies will get together at Duke to do good for the world.
HackDuke is about finding creative, technology-driven solutions to social problems. The hackathon is unusual in its lack of a profit motive; organizers and participants work with the leaders of several local non-profits to create ideas in four areas: energy and the environment, education, healthcare and inequality. One recent hackathon winner, for example, created a program that allows homeless shelters to communicate with clients efficiently through a text messaging listserv service. Another translated sign language into speech.