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In North Carolina, Students Are not Alone During the Countdown to College

Usually a quiet space reserved for studying, the library of Orange County High recently became the grounds for a discussion of college accessibility and affordability. On October 16, 2018, U.S. Read More

Annual Volunteer Fair Has Been Rescheduled for Monday, September 24

Due to the potential storm impacts from Hurricane Florence, the Volunteer Fair has been postponed until Monday, September 24. – Duke departments and student service groups interested in tabling should Read More

The Visions Team Returns to Durham

Every year, Durham Public Schools teachers and administrators are given the opportunity to apply for the Visions “Connecting the Americas” program. This annual program serves as a professional development experience Read More

Volunteer to Package Meals on MLK Day

The goal: Pack 100,000 meals. The ingredients: Soup mix, beans and rice. Duke University, Durham Technical Community College, United Way of the Greater Triangle and local Rotary Clubs will bring Read More

Triangle Nonprofits Receive Duke Community Care Fund Grants

This fall, 58 Triangle nonprofits will receive a Duke Community Care Fund grant in order to expand their programs, buy supplies or start new projects.

JHF Young Scholars Wrap Up Immersion Week

The John Hope Franklin Young Scholars have wrapped up their annual immersion week, which took them to Duke’s West Campus, the Historic Stagville Plantation and other sites. Scholars are chosen Read More

Visions Team Returns Home

Office of Durham and Regional Affairs staff took Durham Public Schools teachers and administrators to Guanajuato, Mexico this week as part of a year-long effort to build and improve our Read More

APRIL 19: East Campus Egg Hunt

The Trinity Park Neighborhood Association, in partnership with the Office of Durham and Regional Affairs, will hold their annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 19. Area neighbors and community members Read More

Duke-supported garden helps minds blossom at Lakewood

Barbara Rumer, Durham County nutritionist, can always tell which Durham school has the garden. The students there are more versed in plant biology, they’re comfortable with the basic tenets of Read More