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the-factoryBy Michelle

Are you free this Thursday? And completely broke? Craving some delicious chocolate and sushi?

The Nasher Student Advisory Board is hosting a FREE event, “The Factory,” tomorrow, February 11, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Nasher Museum. The night will start with a film screening of “Downtown 81″ at 7 p.m., followed by a dance performance by Duke student dance group, Defining Movement, at 8:30 PM. Some fun activities include a free photo booth, a photographer roaming around taking Polaroid pictures, a caricature artist and a button making craft.

Definitely stop by and say hi! You’ll find me hanging around the chocolate fountain, sushi and other tasty treats…

Michelle Cho is a senior at Duke majoring in art history.

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