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Send Us Your Best Dancer Mail From THON 2021

Although THON looked different this year, the reason for dancing remains the same.

Dancers needed support more than ever in these circumstances — standing for roughly 34 total hours in their apartments (or even dorms) simply does not compare to the energy and adrenaline that comes with dancing in the Bryce Jordan Center during a typical THON.

Dancer mail is a great way to let your favorite dancers know that you care about them as they participate in such a strenuous, meaningful weekend.

Nothing makes a dancer happier than opening a letter from a family member, best friend, or loved one as they try to ignore the aching of their body. It’s what helps them remember why they chose to dance in the first place.

We want to see the mail that kept THON dancers’ spirits high this year!

If you’d like to share dancer mail that you received this year and tell us a bit about your THON 2021 experience, head to our Google Form here!

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Lauren Wysseier

Lauren is a junior writer majoring in advertising from Fort Myers, Florida. She is a Floridian but, at heart, a Pennsylvanian. Her go-to fun fact is that she used to live in Barcelona, Spain. She is passionate about dogs, food, the Oxford comma, and most importantly, all-things Penn State. Don't hesitate to send her your best dog videos on Twitter @laurenwysseier or email [email protected] with other inquiries.

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