How much, exactly, goes into making one of the biggest weekends of the year at Penn State? Here are some numbers that try to answer that question.
Tetra dancer Kaity Gonzalez is kneeling, rather than standing for all 46 hours. Plus, she's doing it all from a wheelchair.
THON 2016's dancers stood up at 6:00 p.m. on Friday evening. They'll keep standing for the next 46 hours.
THON 2016 Executive Director Katie Mailey and Four Diamonds co-founder Charles Millard welcomed the press just hours before the dancers will stand for 46 hours in the BJC.
Sonia Goldstein survived four years in the brutal Stuthof Concentration Camp. Now, she's sharing her story at Penn State.
In 1968, Penn State was a very different place. One thing, however, hasn't changed since. In the face of discrimination and unrest, Penn State's students stood up for what they believed in.
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