The message below was sent to all chapter presidents, council officers, and advisors.

Thursday, November 30, 2021

Hello, chapter presidents, council officers, and advisors, 

Writing this morning to notify you that the University has been made aware of our eight Panhellenic Council organizations’ decisions to forgo university recognition and start a Durham Panhellenic Council effective tomorrow, December 1, 2021. It is our understanding that a formal announcement will be made later today, and we wanted you to hear this officially from us first. 

Thanksgiving at The Skillet

Join us for a special Thanksgiving at The Skillet!

Thursday November 25, 2021
$14.25 per person


Blog Author:
Clara Bonzi Teixeira
Japan Infographics: see the text below for details


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Japan is an island country lying off the east coast of Asia.

Symbols on the Flag

[image of Japanese flag]
The red disc represents the sun, a traditional symbol of Japan. the disc is called Hinomaru, meaning the “circle of the sun."

White represents purity and honesty.

Fast Facts

Thanksgiving at Marketplace


$19.25 All-You-Care-To-Eat
(Food Points, Board Plan, Cash, and Credit)

Harvest of breads

Blog Author:
Clara Bonzi Teixeira
Greece Infographics, see the text below for details


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Greece is the southernmost of the countries of the Balkan Peninsula.

Symbols on the Flag: [image of Greek flag]

White cross symbolizes Greek Orthodoxy, the established religion of Greece.
The nine stripes represent the nine syllables of the phrase Ελευθερία ή Θάνατος ("Freedom or Death").


Greetings Duke Families!

My name is Jordan Hale, and I am honored to serve as Director of New Student and Family Programs for Duke University. As I step into this role, I have a lot of people to thank. I want to start by thanking Clay Adams who has been promoted to Vice Dean of Students. Do not worry, Clay has not gone far (he still oversees our entire unit), and I am grateful he entrusts our team to serve new students and all our families. I’d also like to thank our amazing team, Grace Sullivan Zirkle and Carina Carpenter, for their work. Since this summer, Grace and Carina have stepped into their roles and done incredible work to welcome students and families to Duke. Finally, as always, I have to thank members of the DPAC, specifically or emeritus parents Dana Dudley, Penny Fleming, and Beth Gabay. Thank you all for the insight and trust to work on this amazing team.