As the school day ends, a second-year Algonquin student’s work is only beginning. Some nights Abrauna (Bruno) Yakubu, 27, may be organizing lunches for his peers to meet professionals in their field, while others, he may be preparing a board of directors meeting for his bosses.
You don’t notice the tattoo at first. It’s an unassuming charm bracelet on her left wrist. Nothing too bold or flashy. It reads, “amor es para siempre,” meaning “love is forever.” And that is how Christina Miller views the world. She wants to leave behind an impression that will last. Forever.