In an analogy-driven apology, Keith Olbermann again apologized for his dumb comments about THON last week, announced no donation to THON but listed other donations he’s made, and seemed to deflect most of the blame to the pitfalls of Twitter, or what he equated to “batting practice.”
Keith Olbermann’s pedestal returns to the airwaves today after his one-week suspension (if you’ve somehow avoided why that suspension is a thing, catch up), and he’s giving those who pined for that punishment a reason to tune in.
For the past few years, when the top fundraising general organizations for THON are announced, no one is surprised when the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences comes up as one of the top performers. How do they do it?
We caught up with THON 2015 Executive Director Megan Renaut to see how her year as the head of the executive committee went. After what was probably the busiest weekend of her life, Megan filled us in on her excitement, successes, and future plans to stay involved with THON.
Just two days after dancers sat at THON 2015 Sunday evening, Four Diamonds child Kaylahni Laboy celebrated a milestone of her own: She was officially cancer-free. An MRI on Monday was shortly followed by the most exciting news of Kaylahni’s life on Tuesday.
For the last 20 years, ATO and ZTA have raised the most money for THON out of all the Greek organizations. We found out how they’ve accomplished such an incredible feat.