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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...

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