Tag: arizona state university

1,000 Foot Steps Away

   I was running. Running from nothing, yet running from everything. I walked myself down the abandoned train tracks behind the parking lot of Adelphi Commons, the sorority dorms on ASU campus. Eventually I began running. Then I began twirling. I was twirling and spinning, and twirling and spinning until

Flapper Fashion

Fashion was once a thing only for the rich and wealthy. However the 1920s turned America into a consumer culture. The post war era began an era of good feeling. The stock market was booming, and Americans had more to spend on appliances alcohol, cars, and most importantly clothes. History

The Psychology of Fashion

Every year hundreds of girls sign up to rush a sorority at Arizona State University.  The girls go from house to house, “girl flirting” until they are left with a bid from just one house. This year Panhellenic or Pan, a national organization in charge of women’s Greek life at

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