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Show Off Your THON 2022 Dancer Mail

There is no debate that THON 2022 was incredible. The event broke fundraising records and welcomed thousands to their first dance marathon in the Bryce Jordan Center.

Nearly 700 students took the challenge to dance in THON 2022 and, as always, letters and packages from friends and family likely kept them going. So, we want to hear about your special dancer mail.

Whether it’s a funny joke from a friend, a thoughtful note from parents, or even a “You got this!” from a random fan, we want to see it all and hear about your experience. Fill out the Google Form below and send photos of your dancer mail to [email protected]. You might just get featured on Onward State!

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About the Author

Alexandra Pepe

Alex is a senior from New Canaan, CT, pursuing the Master's of Accounting program and minoring in journalism. She spends most of her free time with friends, watching "Curb Your Enthusiasm", or trying to figure out the buses. Her favorite things are getting breakfast sandwiches on a Sunday morning, listening to new music, and... writing for OS, of course! She can be reached through her email [email protected].

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