Thursday, March 28th 4:30pm - 6:30pm

A Conversation on Biogas

This event is bringing together multiple stakeholders in the Biogas renewable energy discussion to shed some light on the situation, Duke’s hopes for Biogas to reach carbon neutrality, the overall thoughts of the Durham community on this endeavor. We will have Elijah Brunson from the Rachel Carson Council, Tanja Vujic (Duke’s Director of Biogas strategy), and Mark Dorosin (Director of the Chambers Center). In an effort to clear away any confusion regarding hog-waste biogas use as a renewable energy source, we are bringing in Environmental Justice experts and a Sustainable Duke representative to discuss Duke University's hopes for this form of energy to reach carbon neutrality by 2024.

Wellness Center Room 148/149

Friday, March 29th 8:00pm - Sunday, March 31st 4:00pm

Fuddy Meers

Duke senior Molly Albright stars in Fuddy Meers, a surreal comedy by David Linday-Abaire, directed by Indy Arts Award winner JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell. When chronic amnesiac Claire is kidnapped by a suspicious person claiming to be her brother, the audience is plunged into Claire's world where nothing is as it seems and the uncovering of dark secrets leads to hilarious all-out chaos. Free performances at 8p on March 29 & 30, 2p

Brody Theater (Branson building, East campus)

Thursday, April 4th 11:43am - Sunday, April 7th 11:43am

Full Frame Documentary Film Festival

Passes and Ticket Packages now available for the 22nd annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, April 4-7, 2019! Full Frame is an annual international event dedicated to the theatrical exhibition of non-fiction cinema. Each spring Full Frame welcomes filmmakers and film lovers from around the world to historic downtown Durham, North Carolina for a four-day, morning to midnight array of over 100 films as well as discussions, panels, and Southern hospitality. Set within a four-block radius, the intimate festival landscape fosters community and conversation between filmmakers, film professionals and the public. The festival is a program of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. To purchase Passes and ticket packages,

Thursday, April 4th 8:00pm - Sunday, April 14th 4:14pm

Bad Roads, Spring Mainstage Production

Professor Jody McAuliffe directs Bad Roads, a heartbreaking, powerful and bitterly comic account of what it is to be a woman in wartime.This new documentary theater work from Ukrainian playwright Natal’ya Vorozhbit features eight Duke undergraduates playing fifteen roles.  Content warning: Intended for mature audiences, this play contains coarse language and violence, including sexual violence. More info:

Sheafer Theater
$15/$10 student

Friday, April 12th 12:09pm - Saturday, April 13th 12:09pm

Choreolab 2019

Reynolds Industries Theater

Friday, April 12th 7:30pm - Saturday, April 13th 3:27pm

ChoreoLab 2019

ChoreoLab 2019 is the Duke Dance Program's Spring concert featuring ballet, modern, African dance, jazz, and dance theater works by Duke faculty, advanced students and alumni.

Friday April 12 and Saturday April 13th @ 7:30pm, Reynolds Theater

Reynolds Theater

Saturday, May 25th 9:00am - 1:00pm

Walk For The Animals

Grab a leash and join Animal Protection Society of Durham on May 25th for the 1.5 mile walk around Duke University East Campus to raise funds to help homeless animals in Durham. Join us and help give Durham animals the second chance they deserve!

Duke University East Campus, at the corner of Main Street and Campus Drive, Durham, NC 27705
$30 early bird registration through May 1st; $40 After; $10 Youth Registration