Tattoos are in no short supply around campus. Athens hosts a number of tattoo shops for residents looking to get their first tattoo or add on to those they already have. The number of visible tattoos to be seen around campus makes it easy to forget that body ink has only recently become commonplace, especially for those in professional environments. To get a better understanding of how the stigmas around tattoos have evolved, we asked three professors with ink about their own experiences and changes they have seen in the academic sphere concerning employees with tattoos.

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