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THON Announces 2021 Theme: ‘Rise And Unify’

Following longstanding tradition for THON and Penn State Homecoming, THON’s Executive Committee announced the theme for THON 2021 during this year’s virtual Homecoming parade kicked off Friday night. 

Without further ado, the THON 2021 theme is…“Rise And Unify.”

Revealing the theme is always a major milestone in the journey toward THON. Now that the theme is released, THON volunteers will look toward 100 Days ’til THON and the family carnival, where THON reveals its logo design each year.

The organization hasn’t yet revealed many details about the events’ logistics amid the coronavirus pandemic.

THON 2021 will virtually kick off on Friday, February 19, and stretch through Sunday, February 21.

We (virtually) dance in 125!

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