At the Cutting Edge
Professors of Organic Chemistry are no
doubt experts in their field, but would you trust them to cut your hair?
A University of Leicester PhD student has
done just that to raise money for the Leicester charity LOROS.
Twenty-six year old Chris Rose, whose hair has not been cut for 13 years, has been shorn by Professor Paul Cullis, Professor of Bio-Organic Chemistry at the University of Leicester.
Chris, who currently sports blue
dreadlocks down to his waist, hopes his new look will help him to get a job.
Chris said: “Having this done is
devastating, but I suppose if I want a job I have to do it and by so doing it
will benefit LOROS at least”.
HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW: Chris Rose hopes a new look will help to get him a job
Professor Cullis added: “This is just
an example of the lengths the Department will go to help get our students a
Chris lost his crowning glory in the
University of Leicester Department of Chemistry on Thursday, November 14.
HAIR RAISING EXPERIENCE: Professor Cullis cuts Chris's hair
New look for Chris
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