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[Photo Story] THON Goes ‘No Hair, Don’t Care’ For Sixth Year

With only four days until THON weekend, students got in the spirit of giving by participating in THON’s “No Hair, Don’t Care” head shaving fundraiser. The sixth annual event drew long lines of students waiting to get their heads shaved in exchange for a $10 donation to THON.

Students grew their hair out just for this special event FTK.

The stylists of Evolve Studio in downtown State College helped make the event happen.

THON’s Special Events volunteers are excited to end the year’s fundraising with the last special event of the THON 2018 season.

Each donor was encouraged to write why they THON on a dry erase board.

Why do you THON?

You can expect to see many shaved heads in the BJC this weekend.

“No Hair, Don’t Care” got students in the giving spirit just in time for THON Weekend. We dance in 4!

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Carly Weiss

Carly is a senior Media Studies major and is from the ever-so-famous "outside of Philly". You can contact her at [email protected] or hit her up on Instagram @carlyweiss.

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