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B AB Y r

The ‘60s–

e m Boo

Fashions tell the story of social change on campus

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PITT STATE Fall 2010

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The students who arrived on the Pittsburg State campus in 1961 looked a lot like their predecessors, who came in rapidly increasing numbers throughout the ’50s. Today, we call them Baby Boomers. By the end of that tumultuous decade, however, styles, like society, were undergoing radical change and Kansas State College was in the midst of it. Many social scientists argue that fashion reflects the politics and mood of the time. Some even claim to be able to track the stock market by the length of women’s skirts or the width of men’s ties. Whether fashion has some

Pitt State Magazine - Fall 2010  
Pitt State Magazine - Fall 2010  

Pitt State Magazine - Fall 2010

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