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Shane McGregor Channels Inner Honey Boo Boo

What do the IFC president, a THON Family Relations Captain, a club croquet member, Shane McGregor, and the former president of Nittany Nation have in common? No, its not that they have all gotten kicked out of Café 210 (OK that also might be true). The answer is that they will all be competing in the second annual Mr. Think Pink pageant.

The pageant is hosted by Zeta Tau Alpha, the Pink Zone at Penn State, and Relay For Life of Penn State. Categories that the various particpants will compete in will include bathing suit (oh la la), talent, and a question and answer portion. The event takes place today, March 19th from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. with doors opening at 6:45p.m. in 108 Forum. Tickets will be sold at the doors for $10 each.

The highlight of last years competition was now-reigning champion Steve Huber’s spoken rendition of “Sexy and I Know it” complete with a Red Foo outfit. Steve will be back to defend his crown this year, also competing against McGregor who riveted the (female) audience with a poetry reading last year. The new competitors will include former Morale and Family Relations Captain Mike Toole, Club Croquet member and THON OPP Captain JJ Hue, IFC president Chip Ray, and possibly my personal favorite campus celeb Robe Man. With this list of participants, the competition is sure to be hilarious.

All proceeds will benefit Susan G. Komen, Relay For Life, and the Pink Zone. For more information you can visit the Facebook event here.

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Mara Kern

Mara is a senior majoring in public relations with a minor in business. She is from Cranberry Twp., PA and enjoys blogging, cats, tweeting, and not wanting to graduate.

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