Looking up at the stands from the floor, the cut out letters are EVERYWHERE. Org names, greek letters, sports teams, branch campuses-- everybody is represented. Sadly, all signs were not created equally. So, who wore it best and who came up short?
Just a little while ago here at the Bryce Jordan Center, we learned this year's Line Dance for the first time. We were curious, though, about what other THON attendees think about this year's Line Dance. Here are some reactions from the people that we talked to.
If you think only University Park students THON, think again. THON organizations exist at every Commonwealth campus. Although UPark students often forget Commonwealth students' contributions, they play a vital role in the fight against pediatric cancer. Onward State interviewed Schuylkill THON to learn the impact they had on THON 2013.
Whether you sport them for your THON committee or see the advantage these caps hold for hiding/maintaining your sweaty (and soon to be unwashed hair) from all this dancing, your hats didn't go unnoticed.
Our photographers will be covering the Bryce Jordan Center inside and out during the next 46 hours. Here’s the best of the first three hours from THON 2013. Photo by: Mitchell Wilston Photo by: Mitchell Wilston Photo by: Zack Rutstein Photo by: Zack Rutstein Photo by: Mitchell Wilston Photo by: Mitchell Wilston Photo by: Hannah […]