• Duke University Student Affairs University life, Career center, Counseling and Psych services, and other organizations, services, and events for students.
  • AIESEC AIESEC is an international not-for-profit, non-political, student-managed educational association. It is comprised of students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education who are interested in economics and management on a global scale.
  • Air and Waste Management Association (Duke Chapter) The Air and Waste Management Association is a highly regarded nonprofit technical, scientific, and educational organization with more than 17,000 members in over 65 countries. Most members have backgrounds in engineering, physical and social sciences, health and medicine, and law.
  • American Medical Women's Association An organization to advance women in medicine and improve women's health by providing and developing leadership, advocacy, education, expertise, mentoring, and strategic alliances. Includes events information relevant related links and contact information.
  • American Red Cross at Duke An organization consisting primarily of undergraduate students promoting the ideals of the American Red Cross through volunteer efforts on campus, in the local community, and internationally.
  • American Society of Civil Engineers Provides information on events, membership, conferences and contact details.
  • Association for Computing Machinery The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is an organization which deals with issues related to computers, Computer Science, and Computer Engineering. This includes applications of computer technology and new developments in the field. In addition, the Duke chapter of the ACM is the official computer science majors union for Duke University.
  • Ballroom Dance Club Offers a lesson schedule, upcoming BRDC dances, a photo album, news, list of officers, links to other dance clubs, mailing lists and contact details.
  • Biology Majors Union An organization that caters to the needs of the prospective and biology majors and acts as an intermediary between the Biology Department and the students. Offers announcements, news, programme information, field trips, student-faculty lunches and contact information.
  • Black Student Alliance The origins of the Black Student alliance can be traced to the Afro-American Society (AAS), formally established in 1967. The AAS formed as these students sought ways to deal with the challenges of Black life at a predominantly White institution.
  • Blackburn Literary Festival Annual literary festival held in the honor of Professor William Blackburn who taught such litarary gliterary literati as William Styron and Reynolds Price.
  • Brownstone Members of the Brownstone dorm on campus.
  • Cambridge Christian Fellowship CCF began at Duke University in 1989 as a local-church-based outreach of King's Park International Church with a specific mission to train and equip Duke students in ministry with a vision to reach the world for Christ.
  • Campus Council Residential student governance organization for Duke University. Campus Council directs policy concerning all matters of residence life and hosts campus-wide events.
  • Campus Crusade for Christ CCfC is an interdominational student Christian movement, active all over the world.
  • Catholic Student Center The CCS is meant to foster unity among the Catholic community at Duke and in the surrounding areas.
  • Chinese Folk Dance Club Offers a photo gallery, a list of performances, Chinese music, books, history and contact information.
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association Provides Chinese students, scholars and their families with support, enhances the communication within the Chinese community, and promotes inter-cultural activities. Offers news, history, events, a forum, mailing-lists and contact details.
  • Community Service Center (CSC) A clearinghouse for the numerous volunteer and community service activities available to students, faculty, and employees.
  • DukAnime! DukAnime hosts special events such as group convention trips and free movie screenings, we're offering a diverse and interesting selection of regular club series and OAV's.
  • Duke Asian Students Association he Asian Students Association is a multifaceted organization established to serve the Duke community in a spirit of unity. This principle is founded in the belief that through the furthering of community interaction by offering activities and options that are intended to bridge gaps between the different communities.
  • Duke Ballroom Dance Club Provides a handbook, contacts, schedule of events, information about shoes to wear, practices, and membership details.
  • Duke Class of 2001 Information regarding class activities
  • Duke College Republicans The Duke College Republicans is an umbrella organization for all Republicans on campus, full of diverse perspectives. We encourage all people to be an active participants, contributing to the diversity of viewpoints. College Republicans provides the opportunity for Republicans to become politically active while at Duke.
  • Duke Graduate and Professional Student Council Advocates for the needs of all graduate and professional students and seeks to build community among this diverse population. Offers a newsletter, events calendar, social gatherings, community service, resources and contact details.
  • Duke Meditation Group Meditation meetings, instruction and support for the Duke community.
  • Duke Mock Trial Team Resources for current and potential Mock Trial participants, team schedules, team rosters, and links to other related sites.
  • Duke Muslim Student Association A place where students can learn about and discuss the teachings of Islam. Offers religious, social, political, and cultural activities, news, events and contact details.
  • Duke Society of Women Engineers Serves as a center of information on women in engineering and to encourage them to attain high levels of education and professional achievement as well as public relations functions. Offers activities, seminars, membership and contact details.
  • Duke Start-Up Challenge Entrepreneurship competition which distributes $100,000 in prizes each year.
  • Duke Student Government Serves as a voice for students including but not limited to improving facilities management and Krzyzewskiville. Information on organization, committees, resolutions, news, archives and contact details.
  • Duke Students for Life Duke Students for Life is a campus organization that is devoted to upholding the value of life that is threatened by abortion and euthanasia. Our main goal is to promote awareness, education, support, and healing.
  • Duke University Chorale The Chorale is a concert and touring choir, usually 50 to 55 in number. As part of their tradition of touring during Spring Break every year, they have performed overseas several times recently--in China, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, and Hungary--and have toured many parts of the U.S. as well. During the 1999 Spring Break, they sang in Rome, Florence, and Venice on an Italian tour.
  • Duke University Improv Learn more about Duke's own unique improv troupe.
  • Duke University Linux Users Group Information on projects, the Linux@Duke distribution, relevant links and contact details.
  • Duke University Marching Band Schedule, announcements, and member information for the group affectionately known as DUMB.
  • Duke University Music Exchange Allows musicians and music lovers to discover the music scene found in the Duke area.
  • Duke University NAACP The Duke University Chapter of the NAACP shall work to advance the political, educational, and social status of Black people and other people of color; to eliminate racial prejudice; to establish a harmonious relationship between all students of color, the administration, and itself; to develop an intelligent, effective leadership; to uplift the Duke and Durham communities, in alliance with the national and local chapters; to maintain awareness on campus of racial issues.
  • Duke University Rescue Squad Duke University Emergency Medical Services provides EMT-Defibrillation level care to Duke University including the campus, medical center, and research forest. The group consists exclusively of volunteer members of the Duke community who are trained and certified as North Carolina Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs).
  • Duke University Society of Black Engineers The mission of NSBE is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers that will surpass all expectations in their academic and professional endeavors, and will have a strong, positive impact in their communities. The Duke Society of Black Engineers, specifically, are on a mission to not only incease the number of successful minority engineers at Duke University, but to form a growing network amongst ourselves, alumni, and other undergraduate engineers within the Triangle area.
  • Falun Dafa in North Carolina Falun Dafa, based upon the essential nature of the universe -- Truthfulness-Benevolence-Forbearance, is the most popular Chinese cultivation system that has improved 100 million people's body, mind, and spirit since its introduction to the public in 1992.
  • Freeman Center For Jewish Life Fostering, supporting, and nurturing Jewish life within the Duke University community.
  • Freewater Presentations The Freewater Presentations Committee of the Duke University Union aims to develop cinematic interest and appreciation within the Duke community by providing a forum for quality films.
  • Honor Council Information and resources to promote the council's mission to teach the student body about the Duke University Honor Code.
  • Hoof 'n' Horn Duke's entirely student-run musical theatre organization.
  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Large and small group meetings, directory of leaders, and recent speaker MP3 files.
  • Korean Student Association (DKSA) The DKSA is a group for Korean graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty members, and visiting scholars.
  • Lady Blue The Duke University A Cappela group.
  • Language Dorm The Language Dorm is a selective house whose objective is to create a community of foreign language students and native speakers to foster the learning and sharing of culture and language.
  • Math Union A whole bunch of people who enjoy math!
  • Mi Gente: Asociación de Estudiantes Latinos Mi Gente an organization whose primary mission is to promote Latino identity, cohesion, and a forum to express the Latino culture amongst the Duke Community. In addition to its fundamental purpose it will provide adequate social, political, and cultural outlets as well as foster the awareness and understanding of Latino culture and history.
  • Out of the Blue Out of the Blue is Duke University's oldest female A cappella group, founded in 1980.
  • Pitchforks of Duke University Duke A Capella group
  • Plan V Duke's Vegetarian Cooking Club
  • Rhythm & Blue Rhythm and Blue was created in October of 1992 by two girls, Rebecca Christie ('95) and Amie Tedeschi ('93), in their desire to see a coed A cappella group formed at Duke University.
  • Round Table Round Table was created to bring together undergraduates interested in a more cohesive and dynamic residential experience. Dedicated to the integration of the academic and the residential aspect of Duke life, the Round Table is an open and active community which focuses on student-faculty interaction, student-student interaction, and community service.
  • Society of Automotive Engineers Contains pictures, upcoming events, related links, alumni, the automobile repair shop, and sponsors.
  • Society of Duke Fellows The Society aims to foster interdisciplinary interactions between graduate students from the various departments, and tries to provide the Fellows with opportunities to meet remarkable individuals from various fields. The Society believes this will broaden and enrich the graduate experience. The SDF currently consists of over a hundred members, and hence includes a small but select population within the larger Duke graduate student body.
  • Something Borrowed, Something Blue Borrowed and Blue was founded in 1969 as the Jesus Christ Power and Light Company, and originally included both instrumentalists and vocalists performing Christian folk music. In 1993 the group became Duke University's sixth student-run a cappella group and began its mission to become a Christian voice on campus.
  • SpeakOUT! SpeakOUT! is a Duke University organization run by students, staff, and faculty. Our goal is to increase awareness of queer issues on campus through educational panel programs.
  • Students of the Caribbean Association The SOCA of Duke University was founded in 1991 as a student-run organization designed to both celebrate the Caribbean culture among members and also to share our pride with the greater Duke community.
  • Taiwanese Student Association Provides cultural oriented materials, a mailing list, bulletins, student information, events, a forum and contact details.
  • The Arts Theme House An artist themed dormitory.
  • The Episcopal Center A place of worship and fellowship that nurtures discipleship through study of the Bible and reflection upon religious tradition. Provide community service, a calendar, vestry information, a photo gallery and contact details.
  • The Hindu Students Association Hinduism is the oldest still-existing religion of the world. It also happens to be the third largest religion in the world. It is not founded by one person nor is it based on one text, more emphasis is laid on Realization of the Truth by each Individual. Hinduism as it is known is a misnomer for the religion of the Vedas. It is not even a religion but a way of life. It can be rightfully called as Sanatana Dharma which can be very loosely translated to Eternal Natural Law.
  • The SHARE Living Group Student Housing for Academic and Residential Experimentation
  • Turkish Student Association Our Association was established by a relatively small number of students in 1994 to raise awareness about modern Turkish Republic.
  • Wesley Fellowship We are the United Methodist campus ministry at Duke University.
  • Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) WISE is an all-volunteer organization of female graduate students and post-docs devoted to fostering interaction between and improving the climate for women in sciences and engineering at Duke.

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Bolje te vidim kad sklopim oči - Milan Višnjić
Uto 16.12.2014 8:31, micha@Umetnost
Jedan od cudnijih snova
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Iz moje svaštare
Pon 15.12.2014 12:48, micha@Umetnost
Sanjam stalno bivseg momka. Da li to ista znaci?
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Muzicki kutak - pjesme za prijatelje
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