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THON To Host Annual ‘No Hair, Don’t Care’ Head Shaving Fundraiser

With less than five days until THON, the pressure’s on to raise those last few dollars. “No Hair, Don’t Care,” the annual fundraiser that encourages students and community members to shave their heads in support of THON families, will take place in the HUB Monday.

“No Hair, Don’t Care” was started in 2013 by PJ Tatano — a freshman studying Petroleum Engineering who simply felt called to help out the cause. He began reaching out to big names on campus hoping to gain support for his initiative and was successful. The first to lose his hair that year was men’s basketball coach Pat Chambers.

Those wishing to participate can stop by 129 HUB between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to have their heads shaved for a $1o donation credited to the organization of their choice.

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