Category Archives: Inked Canvas

Inked Canvas: Psychology major gets tattoo in memory of older sister


Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter  Mackenzie Malone is a sophomore and psychology major, minoring in criminal justice.  Last year, she got a tattoo in memory of her older sister Kelsey. Can you tell me about your tattoo? “It is a tribute to my sister who passed away last year from brain cancer.  We had always talked about getting a

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Inked Canvas: Special education student talks about her Lion King tattoo


Caterina Poletti is a sophomore at SCSU and majors in special education. Photo Credit: Dylan Haviland Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter  Caterina Poletti is a sophomore at Southern Connecticut State University and is majoring in special education, she is applying to the education program soon. Her favorite movie is Disney’s “The Lion King.” How many tattoos do you have? Poletti: I

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Inked Canvas: Nursing student finishes tattoo after life-changing experience


Lynn Wright is a sophomore at Southern Connecticut State University and is majoring in nursing.  She enjoys science and draws creative inspiration from the artist and director Hayao Miyazaki. When did you first get your tattoos? Wright: I mean I have another tattoo and that was on my eighteenth birthday then I started this one (her sleeve) on my twentieth

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Inked Canvas: Music major explains meaning behind arm tattoo


Dylan Haviland – Special to the Southern News  Tattoos for thousands of years have existed as a medium for self-expression, identification and art amongst people.  This is no less the case today as cultures and societies across the world hold their own unique styles. “An Inked Canvas” is a featured photography series run by the Southern News that will explore

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