When we checked in with dancers Tecce (Nittany Nation) and Ally (PSMA) this time, there was a mix of much stronger emotions than before. With exhaustion finally starting to set in, both of these OSers were using a strong support network to distract themselves and stay strong.
In between his committee shifts, Morale Captain Dylan Miller allowed me to follow him around the BJC for 90 minutes to see what it is a Morale Captain does during the 46 hours they prepare so hard for. Check out more after the jump!
So what exactly did these kids of the families of the Four Diamonds Fund have to offer? With everything from juggling, to singing, to reciting digits of pi, they wowed the BJC crowd with their skills.
Brightly colored shirts, pinnies, glitzed out fanny-packs, THON is always a time for fun breaks from normal day-to-day fashion. This year brought some new fashion trends to the floor of the BJC. Check them out after the jump.
48 tiny models strut their stuff, modeling the latest Nittany Lion Gear that the Penn State Bookstore has to offer. Who know there were still different variations of sweatpants and hoodies to be made? All of the kids did a phenomenal job at modeling, but here are the highlights, in case you missed it.
A Rules and Regulations captain has confirmed to Onward State that the mobile check-in system that experienced issues last night is back online.
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