Photo Brief: Locks of Love gives haircuts in UC

Junior Adriana Morell-Pacheco holds her recently donated hair after having it cut off at a Locks of Love event hosted by The Volunteer Link in the UC on Monday. Students could get a free haircut from stylists if they donated the minimum of six inches of hair. If students didn’€™t have six inches of hair to donate, they could pay for a cut. Monica Herndon // Assistant Photo Editor

Junior Adriana Morell-Pacheco’€™s recently cut hair laid across her lap while she had her new pixie cut styled. Monica Herndon // Assistant Photo Editor

Junior Adriana Morell-Pacheco gets her hair cut by area stylist, Larraya Bynum. Adriana had been planning on getting a cut: “€œI wanted to get rid of it, but I waited for Locks of Love because it’s for a great cause.”€ This is the second time she has cut and donated her hair at a Locks of Love event on campus. Monica Herndon // Assistant Photo Editor





October 18, 2012


Monica Herndon

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