BY kimberly armstrong • april 28, 2016 • 6:36 A.m.
If eyes are the windows to the soul, tattoos are the roadmap to people’s lives. Beneath their jackets, T-shirts and wrist watches these three Huskies had quite a few stories to tell.
Charlotte MacGregor, a sixth-semester art history major, got a minimalist outline of a beetle on her wrist to express her fascination with Egyptian symbology as well as her rocky relationship with her father, who shared her passion.
“Being an art history major I have a lot of interest in symbology and my dad was an artist,” MacGregor said. “I was introduced to a lot of that stuff when I was really little.
The Huskies will take on the Tigers in a three-game series to conclude a stretch of ten consecutive road games.
Former University of Connecticut pharmacy supervisor Michael Olzinski was arrested for fraud and distributing controlled substances to his friends and family for almost a decade while employed by the university.
As part of the Political Science Department’s lecture series, Dr. James C. Scott, a Sterling Lecturer and Director of Agrarian Studies at Yale University, held a discussion on ‘Early Agrarian States and The Domestication of Homo sapiens’ at Oak Hall on Wednesday.