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Lil TJay rocks the Ryan Center. Photos by Kayla Michaud.  Hip-hop’s self-proclaimed “Prince of New York,” Lil Tjay, performed at the University of Rhode Island with electrifying energy on Friday night.  On tour for his album “True 2 Myself,” Lil Tjay...
Student Chris Shaffer shows off his many tattoos. Photos by James McIntosh. A picture may be worth a thousand words, but someone’s tattoos can tell who they are and what they want others to see. One of Shaffer’s tattoos was inspired...
Junior Jake Kraus has several tattoos, but the tree representing love and appreciation of nature is his favorite. Photo by James McIntosh. When nature and family intertwine with the symbols of self-expression and free-spiritedness, there’s more to body art than the fear of...
Sophomore Maeve Rothschild-Shea shares her tattoo, which represents focus and knowledge. Photo by James McIntosh. Two students’ tattoos paints pictures of remembrance and importance, expressing the foundation of what having a tattoo means to them.  Maeve Rothschild-Shea, a sophomore at the...
Film students Sarah Brennan and James Fredrick worked together to create and direct a horror film. Photo courtesy of Sarah Brennan. Never being ones to flinch during scary movies, two student filmmakers show their love of horror films by taking on the challenge...
Baylee Tierney and Emmely Trejo share their meaningful and personal tattoos. Photos by Grace DeSanti. While getting a tattoo is a huge commitment, many University of Rhode Island students get them at a young age and either learn to live with them or...
“It is a personal decision to get a tattoo and no one is entitled to make that decision but you,” said Lizbeth Torres, a junior at the University of Rhode Island.  Lizbeth Torres shares her tattoo representing the love she has for her...
Derrick Cadet’s tattoo represents strength, brotherhood and courage. Photo by Grace DeSanti. “It is beautiful to have something on your body that you can remember for the rest of your life,” Suemy Moreira, a graduate student at the University of Rhode Island said.