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The Lion's Roar

Tattoos appropriate for the workplace

Dr. Peter Gratton, assistant professor of history and political science, teaches philosophy in Fayard Hall. He advises anyone considering a tattoo to think about how what they get will reflect on them as a person. Some believe tattoos are becoming more accepted in a professional workplace though the degree varies depending on profession and employer.

Zachary Araki, Assistant Editor

February 26, 2019

Over time, several norms of the workplace can find themselves in a flux including the availability of self-expression through tattoos. With about 15 years of experience, Michael “West Coast Mike” Casica, a tattoo artist at Hammond City Tattoo Company, has seen body art become more acceptable in...

Lectures devoted to Black History Month

Chad Duffaut, a graduate student, addresses inclusion in sports with

Erica Welter, Staff Reporter

February 25, 2019

The Department of History and Political Science is hosting lectures on African philosophy, racial inequality in golf and Mary Seacole, a Jamaican nurse, as part of the 2019 Spring History and Politics Lecture Series for Black History Month. Samantha Cavell and Peter Gratton, assistant professors of...

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