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Climate Conscious Dining Dinner
Earth Day-April 22nd, 2021
Marketplace
5pm-9:30pm

What does climate conscious dining mean?

Local - low food miles!

Real Food - not highly processed or packaged!

Organic - low chemical impact on the soil!

Plant Forward - fill your plate with plant-based foods!

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1892 Grille

Local grilled Hamburger (gf, Halal w/o bun)

Beyond burgers (v+, gf)

Local grilled Chicken breast (gf, Halal)

Grilled Mahi Mahi (gf, fish) with spicy local spring cabbage slaw(v+,gf)

Onion Rings (v+, wheat, soy, milk)

Harvest

Not quite Beef and Broccoli (v+, soy, wheat)

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Rebecca Melaku
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Georgia is located in southwest Asia where it is bordered by Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Turkey. Geographically, Georgia is a little smaller than South Carolina, USA. Tbilisi is Georgia's capital and largest city. Most of the population resides in the central valley where Tbilisi is located, as well as in Kutaisi and Batumi.

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
Glasses, coffee cup, pen and book that has Negotiation printed on it.

You’ve completed the interview process and now you’ve received an offer! Congratulations! This is very exciting, as you may feel like things are falling into place and then you start to think about what the offer really means and whether or not you should negotiate.

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Wellness Day Planning Committee

 

April 12, 2021, marked the first annual Wellness Day at Duke. The day was one of celebration and reflection--acknowledging all students have managed over this past unprecedented year, while also recognizing the need for a moment to pause and reflect as they prepare to head into the last weeks of the semester and finals. It was wonderful to see the Duke community out and about on campus enjoying the day and participating in fun, relaxing activities. The day provided a sense of ‘normalcy’ and was a breath of fresh air in an otherwise non-traditional year.  As part of the planning committee, it was a pleasure working with our on-campus partners who came up with amazing activities to offer to the Duke community. 

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Isabella Wang
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This week we visit Suriname, a country on the northern coast of South America.

Geography

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Rachel Coleman's 4 Tips for increasing odds of success in Job/Internship search.

At the Career Center, advisers often hear students share the number of positions they’ve applied to during their searches: 50, 100, 200, or even more! While this approach may seem like it would be effective, in reality, that’s not often the case.

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LDOC

In celebration of LDOC (4/23) several Duke Dining locations are offering special menu items and pricing. Specials are available on LDOC, only. Please see below for participating locations and the food truck schedule.

Marketplace-$4.99

Lunch: spicy fried chicken sandwich served with a side item at the 1892 Grille station

JB’s Roasts & Chops- $10

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Our annual customer appreciation cruise-themed dinner might look a bit different this year, but we still have a great menu in store for you! Each day we will focus on a different country/region, bringing to you the authentic flavors of each destination!

Marketplace Customer Appreciation Cruise-Around-The-World Week 
April 13th-16th
5:00pm-9:30pm

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TUESDAY, 4/13: BAHAMAS 

CUCINA

Grilled Mahi Mahi Bahamian Style (Fish, GF)

Chicken Santiago (drumsticks) with Calypso Sauce (Milk, soy, garlic, egg, GF)

Fried Plantains (soy, GF,) (V+)

Braised cabbage (V, GF, Milk)

Yucca Fries with Pickled Red Onion (V+, Soy, GF)

Pigeon Peas and Rice (V+, GF)

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A Devil's Perspective. Ivy Jiang '21

Hi Dukies! It’s interview season for many of us as we scramble to secure a job or summer internship.

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Rebecca Melaku
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Located in West Africa, Cameroon is bordered by Nigeria, Chad, the Central African Republic, the Republic of the Congo, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea. In addition, Cameroon is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the southwest. Yaoundé is the capital of Cameroon. Christianity and Islam are the major religions. Cameroon’s official languages are English and French, but with about 250 different groups tied to Cameroon, more than 270 languages and dialects are spoken. The Niger-Congo group alone has 169 languages.

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