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Sunil K. Joshi

ODU Researcher Looks Beneath the Skin for Potential Tattoo Risks

The next time you ease into an ink-slinger's chair for a tattoo, you might want to consider what you're putting into your body, says Sunil K. Joshi, an assistant professor of cellular immunology at Old Dominion University's School of Medical Diagnostic & Translational Sciences.



Across Campus - A Photo Essay

Clay Ransone missed his first Old Dominion University basketball conference tournament in almost two decades last year, when the Monarchs played in its first Conference USA tournament in El Paso. "It got ingrained in me when I was a student. It was very weird to miss last year," said Ransone, a sport management graduate ('01) who works for the New York Times, in Norfolk. So Ransone and two Monarch fan friends, Walter Boatright and Dan Icayan, flew to Birmingham, Ala., for this week's men's and women's C-USA championships. They've already seen the Lady Monarchs defeat Rice 62-57, and are heading to Bartow Arena with more than 100 other Monarch fans today. Photos by Ransone and friends.

A Picture is Worth...

thepicturePhoto by David Hollingsworth

Dr. Seuss said: "You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child." Clearly, Thing 1 and Thing 2 - aka Amanda Howell and Autumn Bailey - know this to be true. The pair is pictured here arriving at the University Bookstore's recent birthday celebration for iconic author Theodor Geisel. Howell graduated last year from ODU with a Master's degree in elementary education and Bailey is currently a senior studying elementary education.

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