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[Photo Story] THON’s ‘No Hair Don’t Care’ Makes Grand Return

After a brief one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one of THON’s most unique fundraisers returned to the HUB on Tuesday, February 15.

THON’s “No Hair Don’t Care” event took place Tuesday afternoon as many students dropped in to have their heads shaved FTK.

With a $10 donation, students were able to rock a new ‘do and credit a THON org or IDC of their choosing. Volunteer hairdressers from Evolve Salon lined up to do the honors.

While some folks chose to come alone, many brought an entourage for support.

Spectators clapped and cheered as locks of hair fell to the floor.

Participants could be seen rocking some pretty sweet THON headbands to go with their new haircuts.

A snazzy photo wall was set up near the exit for students to pose with their new haircuts, including our very own Matt DiSanto. For the Kids and for the ‘gram, baby.

We dance in two!

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Alysa Rubin

Alysa is a senior (gasp) majoring in journalism and is Onward State's visual editor. She's one of many "just outside of Philly" folks at Penn State and yes, she's an obnoxious Philly sports fan. Alysa loves her camera, hiking, Cape Cod, and eating her way through Wawa. She's also a proud mom to a cat named Comet. Follow @arubin241 on Twitter to keep up with what she sees through her lens (and for a funny retweet or two), and direct all photo requests to [email protected]

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