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October 25, 2022
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Dear students,
We hope you enjoyed Countdown to Craziness this weekend! Let’s keep that energy going, because this Friday (Oct. 28) is Democracy Day at Duke. 
Democracy Day is a campus-wide celebration of civic engagement. You’ll see everything from a screen printing workshop on BC plaza to a photo exhibit at the Nasher Museum. Most importantly, we’ll lead walks to the Early Voting site at Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center throughout the day. Check out full schedule here.
Don’t forget: If you’re voting in North Carolina, you can register and vote early on the same day at Karsh. Early voting is open until November 5. Visit Duke Votes for more information – including how to register if you haven’t done so already! 
And if all this civic engagement is making you hungry, check out Duke Dining’s new deal menu. In response to student feedback, vendors across campus are now offering Daily Devil Deals (items under $5) and Value Deals (meals under $10). Which deal are you trying first?
Hope to run into you around campus soon. As always, say hi if you see us!
Go Duke,
Gary Bennett, Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education
Mary Pat McMahon, Vice Provost of Student Affairs

UR@Duke Summit

The Office of Undergraduate Education and The Directors of Academic Engagement are hosting an Undergraduate Research Summit at Duke on October 29th in Perkins 217 from 10am – 2:30pm. The event will feature panel discussions, workshops, and seminars with topics ranging from getting involved in research to planning for a senior research project. Students from all disciplines are invited to attend. Please see the schedule of events and register here.

Global Education Fair

Join the Global Education Office for Undergraduates for Duke's Global Education Fair. Connect with the global education experts and start planning your study away adventure today.

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Quad Arches Community Feedback Boards

Did you know the seven Quads of West Campus are in the process of designing their new visual identities, the Quad Arches? If you want to see what they’ve done so far and add your own thoughts to the process, you can find the Quad Arches Community Feedback Boards in the front of Marketplace on East Campus or in the second floor alcove in the Bryan Center across from McDonald’s on West Campus. Stop by for a few minutes to react and let the Quad Identity Teams know what you think!
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Duke Democracy Day

The Nasher Museum and Duke Arts have teamed up with the student-run North Carolina Young People’s Alliance (NCYPA) and along with POLIS, DukeVotes, the Duke Student Wellness Center and others, to organize a campus-wide Democracy Day on Friday, October 28. For a full list of events and a detailed schedule, click here
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Daily Devil Deals and Value Deals

Daily Devil Deals provide guests with menu items that are priced at $5 or less and Value Deals provide guests meal options that are priced at $10 or less (does not include tax). You can find the full list of Daily Devil Deals and Value Deals by clicking here.

Academic Advising Reminder

The Shopping Cart for Spring 2023 opened on October 24. Now is a good time to connect with your advisor about meeting prior to your registration window so that they may make you eligible. 
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We hope you and members of your family enjoyed a weekend full of fun, sports, and everything Duke! 
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