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Celebrating 100 Years: Ways for Alumni to Engage

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All over the world, the name “Duke” signifies more than just an outstanding university. It represents a vibrant and diverse community of alumni—more than 190,000 strong. This network of Blue Devils not only embodies the Duke spirit through their presence in nearly every country in the world, but in how they show up in their communities ready to partner, how they strive to be part of the solutions driving change, in how they pay it forward by helping along a fellow Blue Devil on the Duke journey.

As our Centennial year with alumni continues, there will be many opportunities to harness the “Forever Duke” spirit and to help alumni continue building a lifelong relationship with their alma mater through special Centennial events throughout the world, community service, on-campus celebrations and more. If there was ever a moment for alumni to see what is happening at Duke, it’s now.