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Campus Dining Handing Out Deals For THON

In order to keep all the dancers and community members going strong before, during, and after THON, Penn State Campus Dining is continuing its tradition and offering deals throughout the weekend.

On Friday, Penn State Dining will provide 200 gallons of hot chocolate for students waiting in line to enter the Bryce Jordan Center. There’s also a $7 meal deal for family members throughout the weekend. This offer will be available Friday dinner through Sunday brunch.

THON is a big accomplishment for dancers who have to stand for 46 hours, but it’s also tiresome. To help them out, 600 free meals will be given to dancers during the weekend. Members of the crowd will also have a chance to receive a free meal pass.

After THON comes to a close, dancers can stop by any of the five dining halls on campus for a complimentary dinner Tuesday evening. Each dancer simply needs to come with his/her dancer number in hand in order to receive the free meal.

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Cassady Potts

Cassady is a sophomore English and journalism major from York, Pennsylvania. She is a staff writer for Onward State and loves iced coffee, books, and women's volleyball. Feel free to send any questions, comments, or memes via email ([email protected]) and follow her @cassady_potts on Twitter.

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