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Behind the Hashtag #WDYDF (Who Do You Dance For?)

In this Instagram series, photojournalism students in the College of Communications asked THON participants, “Who Do You Dance For?” These pictures feature parents, children, dancers, moralers and more to give their respective answers. The result is a powerful and refreshing reminder of the beauty in humanity. 

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