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THON 2020: Best Hats On The Concourse

Hats are the added accessory that can top off any THON outfit. We compiled a list of the craziest, coolest, most creative hats throughout the entire concourse.

College Gameday hard hats? I expect nothing less in our city.

When I say yee, you say haw.

We love an anime queen.

Willy Wonka in the flesh.

The look wouldn’t have been complete without a crown.

Wearing your hat on your shirt is the new thing.

“Fish are friends. Not food.”

Kacey Musgraves. Maren Morris. Is that you?!

Imagine being friends with Kacey Musgraves…

This guy could not stop cheesin’ when he found out that his hat was getting featured. We love the spirit.

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Colleen is a senior biology major from York, Pa and is one of Onward State's associate editors. She overuses the ~tilde~ and aspires to be no other than the great Guy Fieri. You can find Colleen filling up her gas tank at Rutter’s, the ~superior~ Pennsylvania gas station. Please direct any questions or concerns to [email protected] For the hijinks, always.

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