Nancy Huslage, president of the Triangle Interfaith Alliance, center, spoke to nearly 30 students and faculty today on the benefit of seeing values all share in common. Huslage spoke on behalf of the Lunch-and-Learn program sponsored by G-Force, Campbell University’s student organization committed to interfaith issues and community service. With Huslage is Jordan Zepher, G-Force president, left, and Dr. Kathy Lopez of the Religion and Philosophy Department. “Mrs. Huslage said the best way to promote interfaith dialogue is through community service,” said senior Taylor Smith, G-Force officer and a French major.