Junior Art major Bea Huff, 21, knows people stare at her all the time. She is covered in tattoos, has gauged ears, wears punk shirts. But she thinks labels are just something society uses to limit people, and she believes in self-definition. The people who judge her by immediately assuming she is part of a rebel generation miss out on a sweet, smart, talented girl with a golden laugh.
By Shannon Smith.
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