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THON Unveils 2018 ‘Discovering Tomorrow’s Wonder’ Logo

THON revealed its 2018 “Discovering Tomorrow’s Wonder” logo Sunday afternoon in the White Building in front of families, directors, and captains at this year’s Family Carnival.

This year’s logo features a child standing on top of a whale with a telescope:

Each year, graphic design majors design multiple logos based on the theme and one student’s logo is ultimately chosen for all of THON’s yearly branding and apparel. This year’s logo was designed by Eleanor Wing.
Now that the FT5K, 100 Days ’til THON, and Family Carnival have all passed, the sights are set on THON Weekend.  We dance in 75!

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