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Eva Hong

ZIJUN WANG, An International Graduate Student from China

Zijun Wang

 

  1. What are you studying at Duke and what are some of your campus involvements?

Liberal Studies is a very interdisciplinary program. It offers you the freedom and a lot of opportunities to explore. I have explored psychology, literature, creative writing, and Buddhism meditation. I like it very much. Now my focus is in creative writing and literary translation. As for campus involvements, I am in a poetry club, where I also did some acting.

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Clay Adams, Associate Dean of Students & Director for Parent and Family Programs

During Family Weekend, the Division of Student Affairs hosted its fall semester Duke Parents Advisory Council (DPAC) meeting. This group of dedicated and diverse parents gathers twice a year to provide Student Affairs leadership with feedback and counsel on a variety of topics. This semester’s topic was Faith, Spirituality, and the Academy.

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Thanksgiving at The Commons Steakhouse Commons Steakhouse Logo

Join us for a special Thanksgiving experience at The Commons Steakhouse!

Thursday, November 22, 2018

11am-3pm

$14.25 per person

 

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CHEW ON THIS:
Thursday, November 8, 2018
9am-11am @ Marketplace

DID YOU KNOW...

that choosing to include more plant based foods in your diet will help increase your 
total fiber intake?

that ongoing research suggests that high intakes of fruits, vegetables, fish, and whole grains may 
reduce the risk of depression?

that adopting a mostly plant-based diet is one of the most effective things you can do to reduce your carbon footprint?

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Thanksgiving Dinner at Marketplace

 

Join us for our annual Thanksgiving themed dinner at Marketplace!

Wednesday, 11/14
Marketplace
5pm-9pm

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WOOD FIRED

A selection of House Made Jalapeno Cornbread, Cheddar Biscuits, Baguettes, Garlic Oregano Dinner Rolls, Honey Wheat Rolls, Multigrain Rolls, Pumpernickels, Wheat Dinner Rolls, White Rolls, Brioche Twists, Wood Fired Rosemary & Sundried Tomato Focaccia accompanied with Sweet Cream Whipped Honey and Flavored Oils

LEAF & LADLE

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Chef's Chatter Series

Get to know your chefs and learn something new; Enjoy a bite of something good, too!

Celebrate National Pepper Month and chat with Marketplace Executive Sous Chef Todd Dumke while sampling a variety of pepper jellies and dipping sauces! 

11/6/2018
Marketplace
5pm-7pm

Featured Recipes:

Ancho Chile Sauce

Yield 1.5 cups

5 dried Ancho chilies

1 TBS vegetable oil

1 c chopped onion

4 cloves garlic, chopped

1 Roma tomato, chopped

2 Tbs red wine vinegar

1 tsp cumin

1 Tbs oregano

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Blog Author:
Elena Cavallero

Croatia, country of wild nature, intriguing history, and extremely welcoming people, it is gradually gaining popularity among tourists heading to Europe. So, if you are planning a summer adventure or want to learn more about this country, scroll down and explore Croatia with us!

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
Design your Duke. First-year Initiative. Duke University Career Center

The Career Center has 6 cool suggestions for you to begin to design your Duke experience!

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Jummah prayers at Interfaith Friday
Jummah prayers, Interfaith Friday

A small group is gathered on fabric mats in the Student Wellness Center. They come together each Friday for the midday prayers known as Jummah in the Muslim faith. But this Friday is a bit different, as others gather near the rear of the room in quiet observation. Today’s Jummah is part of Interfaith Friday, an event organized by the Jewish Student Union (JSU) and Muslim Students Association (MSA) in order to foster respect and understanding across cultures.