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Otstott was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia when she was three years old. Almost two decades and 18 THONs later, she's cancer-free and continues to raise money and advocate for THON.
Dating back to 2008, the Holdsman family has always had someone involved in THON. But in those 12 years, THON 2019 will be the first time that one of the three sisters danced in THON.
ATO and Zeta raised more money than any other organization last year, and their partnership got creative to make sure they don't lose the crown this year.
The senior/sophomore Independent Dancer duo is excited to watch its third brother, Josh, perform with the Blue Band at THON.
Three students in McKean Hall turned their passion for Queen Elizabeth II into a thriving THON organization.
The Penn State Crossfit Club lives by the motto "earned, not given."
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