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Reactions to the THON 2011 Line Dance

Spirits were high when THON’s 2011 line dance was revealed, and the screams of the crowd almost lifted the roof off of the Bryce Jordan Center. We hit the floor to hear first hand what the dancers and committee members thought.

“I think it’s the best it has been in a lot of years.” – Allie Dolinsky, SPSEA Dancer

“You can’t go wrong with the telescope.” – Matt Reese, Glee Club/Oriana Singers Dancer

“It’s the best one I’ve been a part of.” – Tyler Hess, Navy ROTC Dancer

“It’s good at keeping us moving.” – Sara Glassman, Alpha Omicron Pi Dancer

“It compares well to 2008.” – Arielle Sidrane, Alpha Omicron Pi Dancer

“The dance break is the best part.” – Christina Balinski, Finance Committee

“I’m glad Justin Bieber is in it.” – Allie Cislak, Club Cheerleading Dancer

“It embodies what a line dance should be.” – Genifer Goldsmith, Morale Committee Captain

“I’m glad the Dougie was incorporated.” – Jonathan Miller, Opperations Committee

“The Dougie was my favorite part.” – Brianne Gring, Opperations Committee

“I knew PJ was in it last year. It was awesome to be in it myself.” – Matt Freeman, Feature Twirler

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