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Guilford students’ tattoos and significance

Getting a tattoo is permanent and often painful, but people continue to get them because they are considered symbolic, representing loved ones, memories and emotions.

From the small moments to the big ones, tattoos often combine the art of expression and storytelling to capture all of the different memories and experiences that shape an individual. Each tattoo can hold the story of a lifetime.

The Guilfordian interviewed four students to about the significance of their tattoos.

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