United in Praise, formerly the Modern Black Mass Choir, will perform a concert as part of Duke University's nine-month, university-wide commemoration to highlight the 50th anniversary of integration.
The group consists of undergraduate and graduate students at Duke who profess the Christian faith.
The choir is one of the oldest student groups on the campus. During the mid-sixties, a time when Duke did not openly embrace its cultural and ethnic diversity, the Modern Black Mass Choir was organized in a local church for Duke’s black students. In 1972, the choir was reorganized as a Duke University student group.
Refectory Cafe Hallway
Students interested in learning more about CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education) are invited to stop by the Refectory Cafe hallway from 9-11:20 a.m. or 12:30-1:30 p.m. to meet with representatives from area accredited CPE hospitals and organizations to learn more about the application process, fees and deadlines.
2011-2012 Academic Year Parish-Based CPE begins in August 2011.