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THON 2013 Theme: “Inspire Tomorow’s Miracles”

The THON Overall Committee has just announced the theme for the 2013 THON year:

“Inspire Tomorrow’s Miracles”

THON PR Overall Cat Powers had this to say of the theme:

“This theme signifies an innovative and inspiring future ahead for Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital, the Four Diamonds Fund and THON. With the opening of the new Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital, we look forward to even more miraculous developments in the future that bring us one step closer to finding a cure to pediatric cancer. “

THON 2013 is less than 133 days away, to be held February 15-17 at the Bryce Jordan Center.

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Ryan Kristobak

Hailing from Lebanon, PA, I am a senior majoring in print journalism. Things I enjoy include lovesacs, denim, mullets, Fight Milk, Jonny Moseley, and "hang in there" kitten posters. Things that bother me include "fun" sized candy bars (not fun), fish, shoobies, wet door knobs, baby leashes, and Jake Lloyd.

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