Culture, Identity & Religion

  • Majesty Incognito

    Opening reception featuring artist Yuko Taylor

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  • blouprint

    bLouprint

  • Panache

    An event planning workshop focused on Black Cultural programming.


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  • Peer-to-Peer Mentoring

    The Peer to Peer Mentoring Program connects first-year students with upperclass students with the aim of easing the transition into Duke University.

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  • Ally Network

    Ally Network

    Join the Ally Network by participating in our Ally Training.

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Who We Are: 

To succeed in any diverse environment, Duke students must be comfortable and competent in engaging people of different backgrounds, beliefs and perspectives. A variety of centers and programs within Campus Life departments in Student Affairs use dialogue and community engagement to help students cultivate cultural consciousness and understanding, and to develop their own identity.

Have You Heard?

Aug 13, 2014

Duke Alum named West Virginia State Director for Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.:

Jul 23, 2014

Duke's Sigma Nu receives multiple honors.  Read more...