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We Want to See Your THON-At-Home Setups

Even though THON is virtual this year, supporters of the fight against pediatric cancer are still trying to make this weekend special.

Spectators can join the THON livestream from their own homes, as well as dancers and volunteers that will be putting the 46-hour work comfortably from their houses. To make the experience a little bit brighter and closer to what it felt to be at Bryce Jordan Center, we want to see your THON setup. 

Show off your 2021 THON at-home setups and decorations by filling out the form below to potentially be featured on our site.

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Renata Daou

Renata is a sophomore majoring in International Politics and one of Onward State's contributors. She's from Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil and no, she doesn't live in the middle of the Amazon forest. She likes learning new languages, reading, writing, and talking about the one time she went bungee jumping.
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