Top 10 Best THON Tutus of 2014

Outside of a ballet school, THON maybe be the largest collective gathering of tutus. From the pinkest to the most Penn State pride — we compiled a list of some of the best THON tutus we’ve seen so far.

10) Best-coordinated

Elizabeth Pompe, junior and Nikki Busker, sophomore

TUTUS coordinated

9) Most Rainbow Power

Martel Arce, junior


8) Back to basics

Katherine Stein, junior


7) Most Penn State pride

Jessica Murphy, freshman


6) The pinkest and fluffiest

Priscilla Ortiz, junior


5) Best superhero

Brooklynn Lowman, sophomore


4) Best pseudo-tutu

Alexis McMillian, sophomore


3) Most collective tutu power


2) Best Matching 

Jessica Rubino, sophomore and Emily Gardner, sophomore


1) ?

Kyle Hardy, freshman


Honorable Mention:

This guy. This isn’t a tutu but I don’t care.



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Sarah Caskie

Sarah is a senior majoring in Journalism. She can usually be found at Saint’s looking up cat videos, or writing about music and stuff. She can be reached on Twitter at @classycaskie or via email at [email protected].

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