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[Photo Story] Penn State Football Hosts Annual THON Explorers Event

The Penn State football team hosted its annual THON Explorers Program, inviting children and families affected by childhood cancer to the Lasch Building for an afternoon of activities and games with the players.

Running back Tyler Holzworth tested his ping-pong skills while defending his locker-room dominance.

Wide receiver Harrison Wallace III puts his gaming skills to the test with the kids.

Quarterback Drew Allar plays makeshift weight room baseball.

Dvon Ellies, Malick Meiga, and Hakeem Beamon put the kids through some strength and conditioning practice with the facility’s equipment.

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Jack Anderson-Jussen

Jack is a second-year finance and accounting major from Pittsburgh, PA, and is one of Onward State's photographers. A die-hard Penguins fan, Jack bleeds black and gold. Feel free to follow his incredible Spotify playlists and make him feel good about how much time he's spent on them. When not taking pictures you'll find Jack at Panzer Stadium playing for the club lacrosse team. Follow him for more @jackaj_ on Instagram, and @jackaj on Spotify.

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