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Blog Author:
Maggie Haas and Steve Boland

The First-Year Advisory Counselor (FAC) Program is dedicated to helping incoming first-year students transition to college life in order to maximize their experience as a member of the Duke community. Here, co-chairs Maggie Haas and Steve Boland – the fearless leaders of the FAC Program – describe what makes Duke feel like to home to them personally. 

Steve Boland is a Charlotte, North Carolina native majoring in Public Policy with a minor in Sociology and Cultural Anthropology.   

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**For the latest updates on Hurricane Florence, please monitor Duke Alert and Working@Duke on Twitter for the latest and most accurate information.**

The following message was sent to parents/families of Duke students on Tuesday, September 11, around 8:40 p.m., regarding preparations for Hurricane Florence: 

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**For the latest updates on Hurricane Florence, please monitor Duke Alert and Working@Duke on Twitter for the latest and most accurate information.**

The following message was emailed to all Duke students on Tuesday, September 11, around 7 p.m., regarding preparations for Hurricane Florence: 

Dear students,

**For the latest updates on Hurricane Florence, please monitor Duke Alert and Working@Duke on Twitter for the latest and most accurate information.**

The following message was sent to parents/families of Duke students on Tuesday, September 11, around 11:20 a.m., regarding preparations for Hurricane Florence: 

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**For the latest updates on Hurricane Florence, please monitor Duke Alert and Working@Duke on Twitter for the latest and most accurate information.**

 

The following message was sent to all off-campus Duke students on Tuesday, September 11, around 9 a.m., regarding preparations for Hurricane Florence:

**For the latest updates on Hurricane Florence, please monitor Duke Alert and Working@Duke on Twitter for the latest and most accurate information.**

 

The following message was sent to all international students on Tuesday, September 11, around 3 p.m., regarding preparations for Hurricane Florence:

Dear Students, Scholars, Spouses, Families

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**For the latest updates on Hurricane Florence, please monitor Duke Alert and Working@Duke on Twitter for the latest and most accurate information.**

 

The following message was emailed to all Duke students on Monday, September 10, around 2 p.m., regarding preparations for Hurricane Florence: 

Dear students,

**For the latest updates on Hurricane Florence, please monitor Duke Alert and Working@Duke on Twitter for the latest and most accurate information.**

 

The following message was sent to parents and families of Duke students on Monday, September 10, around 1 p.m., regarding preparations for Hurricane Florence: 

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Blog Author:
Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center

Hi Class of 2022! These are some important things that many students wish they knew in their first year at Duke. 

1. What does the Career Center do?

Class of 2022 FAQ

The Career Center guides you through navigating Duke by assisting in the management and design of your Duke experience. We achieve this by providing opportunities for exploration of education, values, goals, skills, and experiences in order to identify and realize your aspirations. A core value in the Career Center’s mission is to enhance individual resourcefulness and responsibility in career development.

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Duke Dining’s Deliberate Dining Project | Reducing Landfill Waste and Pollution

We’re Just Getting Started

Duke Dining’s policy change to ban single-use plastics was only the beginning of the program’s broader mission to eliminate as much landfill-bound waste as possible. Long term, Duke Dining’s goal is to provide our customers with the options and the infrastructure that allows them to finish their meal without sending a single item to the landfill.

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