Rumors spark debate about May Fete

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  1. Kalee says:

    I think someone needs a history lesson. The reason why everyone dresses in 1920s attire is because the tradition started in the 1920s, also known as the “Roaring 20’s”. During this decade, women were becoming more independent and free. They could vote, they could dance, and they could dress how they wanted. I can’t think of a better period to express this tradition.

    As a retired Tarleton Ambassador, I loved planning May Fête! The ladies were so excited to get dressed up and share their hopes and dreams, meet new people, and have the support of their friends and family.

    I agree that there should be more student involvement. However, as an administrator, especially one who is so heavily involved with student life, she should know more about this tradition that from what she “observed”.

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