Emerson ink: From anchors to ankles, students make their mark

by Beacon Staff • February 4, 2009

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A breast cancer ribbon, peacock feathers, a thumbs-up sign, a morbid clown. Tattoos vary across the Emerson campus, stretching across heads, shoulders, knees and toes. They're conversation starters in the elevators or the dining hall. Tattoos often tell a story. They skip past the skin deep idea of beauty and go physically and emotionally further.