Taste of Disney Dinner

Join us for a Disney-filled evening full of Disney themed dishes, characters and decor at the Taste of Disney Dinner! 

Wednesday, 1/23


1892 GRILLE: 100 Acre Woods (Winnie the Poo)

-Dry Rubbed Pork Spare Ribs with Honey Glaze

-Bouncy Vegetarian Tigger Tots

-Eeyore’s Favorite Loaded Cheese Fries

- Piglets in A Blanket

Blog Author:
Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
Link to Interviewing Guide on Career Center Website

As you are exploring different opportunities for your upcoming summer experience, especially first years, it is never too early to start preparing for interviews. The Career Center provides a variety of resources to guide you in interview prep such as the STAR method approach to answering behavioral based interview questions and sample

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A new menu has "popped up" at The Chef's Kitchen!
AMCO is a build-your-own American comfort food concept and will be at The Chef's Kitchen through 2/15.

Check out the menu below:


AMCO: American Comfort Food @ The Chef’s Kitchen

Blog Author:
Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
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First-years, are you taking advantage of one of the most important resources available to you through the Career Center? If not, please start utilizing CareerConnectionsIf you have not done so already, please login and complete your profile so you can unveil tools which will help you navigate your professional development through your time at Duke.  I know you are wondering, what is this resource?

Blog Author:
Sandra Martinez-Zuniga, Assistant Director, Duke Career Center
the next step

It is when we encounter change and challenges that we grow and learn the most. Transitions can be scary but they also provide amazing opportunities. Think of your transition into elementary school - well, you might not remember back that far - but think about the skill it took you to adapt to a whole new world: teachers, recess, new friends, new interactions. You learned how to play together, how to share, how to ask for help. Maybe you remember better your transitions into middle school or high school. All the new routines, the new friends, the new social expectations. You learned so much, socially and academically.


It’s the most wonderful time of the year, well almost. First you have to get through the end of semester work, final projects and exams (and of course the holidays themselves are stressful for many of us).

Although self-care is always important, it’s particularly necessary this time of year. So we thought we would share our ideas on how to continue to practice self-care during the season you may need it most!

Here is some advice from our Wellness staff on how to care for yourself during this busy time of year:

Set aside some “me” time:

Blog Author:
Eva Hong

Paraguay is one of only two landlocked countries in South America (the other is Bolivia). It is bordered by Argentina to the south and southwest, Brazil to the east and northeast, and Bolivia to the northwest. Paraguay lies on both banks of the Paraguay River, which runs through the center of the country from north to south. Due to its central location in South America, it is sometimes referred to as Corazón de Sudamérica ("Heart of South America").


Don't forget to take a break from studying for finals! Here is your one-stop guide to study breaks around campus.

Infographic Schedule of Study Breaks at Duke - December 2018


Blog Author:
Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke Career Center
Feet up in slippers in hot beverage

Class of 2022, guess what? You have almost made it through your first semester at Duke! With winter break coming up, I know you may be wondering what should you be doing during your break. Well, the Career Center has 5 tips to help you make the most of your winter break!

1.    Relax and enjoy time with family, friends, and your community!

2.     Reflect upon your fall semester, think about what you learned about yourself, and how you may want to approach the spring semester.

Blog Author:
Maggie Peterson (Graduate Assistant for Parent and Family Programs) and Gary Wang (President of NAMI, Class of 2019)

Introduction: You are listening to the Duke University Parent and Family Programs Podcast.

Maggie: Hello, my name is Maggie Peterson from the Office of Parent and Family Programs at Duke University. We are here today with Gary from the National Alliance on Mental Illness, also known as NAMI, on campus at Duke University. NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness and is recognized as an official undergraduate organization here on campus. Thanks for being here today! Could you please tell us your full name, hometown, major, and class year?