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(From left to right) Wayne Lee, professor of History; Hilary Lithgow, professor of English; and Albie Nasland, from the Travis Manion Foundation, participate in the panel on Moral Obligations to Returning Veterans on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018 in Graham Memorial Hall. This event was hosted by the Carolina Forum for Ethics.

Carolina Forum for Ethics

(From left to right) Wayne Lee, professor of History; Hilary Lithgow, professor of English; and Albie Nasland, from the Travis Manion Foundation, participate in the panel on Moral Obligations to Returning Veterans on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018 in Graham Memorial Hall. This event was hosted by the Carolina Forum for Ethics.


In El Salvador, Francisca Ventura took care of her parents. She says that she would sell anything to buy them food and feed them. Now she sends money to  her family to help with the expenses.

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In El Salvador, Francisca Ventura took care of her parents. She says that she would sell anything to buy them food and feed them. Now she sends money to her family to help with the expenses.


Francisca Ventura is in charge of cleaning and placing all the watermelons and melons, but her favorite part of her job is the students. She says that she has never had trouble with any student and she misses them when they graduate.

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Francisca Ventura is in charge of cleaning and placing all the watermelons and melons, but her favorite part of her job is the students. She says that she has never had trouble with any student and she misses them when they graduate.


Francisca Ventura is in charge of cleaning and placing all the watermelons and melons in Lenoir Dining Hall, but her favorite part of her job is the students. She says that she has never had trouble with any student and she misses them when they graduate.

cds profile francisca ventura

Francisca Ventura is in charge of cleaning and placing all the watermelons and melons in Lenoir Dining Hall, but her favorite part of her job is the students. She says that she has never had trouble with any student and she misses them when they graduate.


Francisca Ventura, who migrated from El Salvador in 2009, has worked in Lenoir Hall for nine years. She says that she was very sad living in the United States until she started working at UNC.

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Francisca Ventura, who migrated from El Salvador in 2009, has worked in Lenoir Hall for nine years. She says that she was very sad living in the United States until she started working at UNC.


The Dunkin' Donuts on 1509 Franklin St. on Oct. 29, 2018. This location is in the process of getting a drive thru approved. An employee said that the store has attempted multiple times since they opened but they haven't been successful.

Dunkin' Donuts

The Dunkin' Donuts on 1509 Franklin St. on Oct. 29, 2018. This location is in the process of getting a drive thru approved. An employee said that the store has attempted multiple times since they opened but they haven't been successful.


Gabriel Ordoñez, describes Roots as a "family restaurant." He and his family previously owned restaurants in Guatemala and it only made sense to them to start another one in North Carolina.

Roots

Gabriel Ordoñez, describes Roots as a "family restaurant." He and his family previously owned restaurants in Guatemala and it only made sense to them to start another one in North Carolina.


Gabriel Ordoñez describes his menu half Latin American food and half American food.

Roots

Gabriel Ordoñez describes his menu half Latin American food and half American food.


Gabriel Ordoñez, one of the owners of Roots Bistro & Bar, makes a salad on Friday, Sept. 21. Originally form Guatemala, Ordoñez has been able to expand to a second location in Durham and says that there is a lot of competition on Franklin St., making business harder at the Chapel Hill location.

Roots

Gabriel Ordoñez, one of the owners of Roots Bistro & Bar, makes a salad on Friday, Sept. 21. Originally form Guatemala, Ordoñez has been able to expand to a second location in Durham and says that there is a lot of competition on Franklin St., making business harder at the Chapel Hill location.


Gabriel Ordoñez, one of the owners of Roots Bistro & Bar, makes a salad on Friday, Sept. 21. Originally form Guatemala, Ordoñez has been able to expand to a second location in Durham and says that there is a lot of competition on Franklin St., making business harder at the Chapel Hill location.

Roots

Gabriel Ordoñez, one of the owners of Roots Bistro & Bar, makes a salad on Friday, Sept. 21. Originally form Guatemala, Ordoñez has been able to expand to a second location in Durham and says that there is a lot of competition on Franklin St., making business harder at the Chapel Hill location.