Piper Kull Editor-in-Chief
As attitudes about women in the workplace and having more social freedoms began to change more rapidly, women’s fashion did as well.
Women’s and men’s fashion changed rapidly from the 1960s to the 1980s. Women specifically were leaning more into their professional goals as it became more acceptable for them to find work outside the home, and they were also becoming more sexually liberated.
Pants were just beginning to come into style in the 1930s, going from socially unacceptable and immodest to something modern, stylish women wore.
Pants are certainly a staple in anyone’s wardrobe these days, – especially jeans. Yet, trouserrs were not always for everyone.
WSYC’s annual Up All Night celebration and prize giveaway is fast approaching.
As an artist, it can sometimes be difficult to find inspiration to continue making you art, whatever that may be. Sometimes, nothing in your life seems to move you enough to drive you to make your art and your creative well keeps coming up dry. This is a problem many artists run into, and is not something to be afraid of. Writer’s or artist’s block does not mean you are a bad writer or artist, it only means you are human.
In November 2022, the Student Government Association Budget and Finance Committee lost a majority of members following the departure of SGA Vice President of Finance Chase Slenker on Nov. 11. The Budget and Finance Committee allocates student activity fees to all student activities including intercollegiate athletics, student media, club sports, APB and more.
Back to school horoscopes from two mean Scorpios.
Welcome to both a new year and a new semester at Shippensburg University. No matter how the last ones ended, I am sure you can find something great this time around. The new semester and new year bring new challenges, but also new happinesses. Whether or not you believe in a clean slate (pun intended), both certainly can be. It may be more difficult, but that does not mean it will be any less wonderful.
Cluggy’s, a popular family entertainment center located in Chambersburg, is preparing for a series of upgrades under new ownership.