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We Want To Hear About Your Strange Post-THON Dreams

Another THON Weekend has officially come to a close with a grand total of $10,151,663.93 raised FTK. The event included 707 dancers standing for 46 hours and more than 16,000 volunteers and spectators that helped keep the event running smoothly. To say the weekend was exhausting for most is an understatement.

As everyone filed out of the BJC Sunday night, we can bet most of the sleep-deprived dancers, volunteers, and spectators headed directly towards their beds. Now, we want to hear about your weirdest post-THON dreams.

When sleep deprivation hits hard, sleep sessions can get pretty interesting. Did you dream you were trapped in the BJC for the rest of your life? Did you sleep for 24 hours straight? Did you dream you had to survive only off BJC grilled cheese sandwiches for eternity?  Are you still asleep?

Whatever it is, we want to hear all about your post-THON sleep session.

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About the Author

Janelle Rothacker

Currently a senior studying Kinesiology, Janelle is proud to call upstate NY (the real part, not the 30 minutes north of the city part) home. She's an avid runner and enjoys everything and anything sports. She also has a love of pancakes, avoids the HUB like the plague during the in between classes rush, and can quote the majority of Friends episodes from memory. If you want to hear all the embarrassing things she does daily, or want to contact her, follow her on twitter at @janellerothack or email her at [email protected]


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