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Monday October 25th

Molly Cogburn


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Former UNC professor, Judith Blau, founded the Chapel Hill and Carrboro Human Rights Center to aid local day laborers and children. She runs the HRC as the director, with help from Alberto Rodriguez, the associate director. The HRC also meets the needs of local community members who have come to the U.S. as refugees through its Refugee Community Partnership. Blau brings food from the local market to distribute on the weekends.

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Gillian Litynski, a sophomore from New York, is one of four Tar Heels who qualified for the 2013 NCAA Fencing Championship. Litynski will compete in women's saber in San Antonio, Texas this weekend. This is her second appearance at the championship.

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Gillian Litynski, a sophomore from New York, is one of four Tar Heels who qualified for the 2013 NCAA Fencing Championship. Litynski will compete in women's saber in San Antonio, Texas this weekend. This is her second appearance at the championship.

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Ms. Nara Strickland, the art teacher at Ephesus Elementary School, helps a first grade class finish their environment pictures. Ms. Strickland said, "This isn't the old-school mentality of sit there and twiddle your thumbs until someone is done. We just keep moving with the next project." Matthew Snyder, 7, and Judy Cho, 7, look for scrap construction paper to add characters to their environment projects. Snyder said about his meadow, "I tried to find the right blue for the blue jay, but all I could find was Duke blue."

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At Parker and Otis, a local store in Durham, Emily Hester of Raleigh serves Margaret Keller of Durham. Keller visits Parker and Otis as often as she can because, "This is one of the two best places in Durham with the best cappuccinos, and I prefer local places."

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Former UNC professor, Judith Blau, founded the Chapel Hill and Carrboro Human Rights Center to aid local day laborers and children. She runs the HRC as the director, with help from Alberto Rodriguez, the associate director. The HRC also meets the needs of local community members who have come to the U.S. as refugees through its Refugee Community Partnership. Rodriguez takes care of chickens that they keep in the backyard of the center.

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