In typical Penn State student fashion, THONers weren’t only concerned with comfort.
Being in the stands looking down at the floor, the colors are bright and there is so much to see. Something that often gets overlooked is dancer and committee member’s hair.
Music plays a large role in THON every single year — after all, what would a dance marathon be without something to dance to?
Students, alumni, and local salon employees alike crowded on the BJC stage today for one of the most heartfelt hours of THON; the Wigs for Kids hair donation.
Being a THON dancer requires a lot of dedication and energy, and after a weekend doing fun dance moves like the nae-nae and the dab, they slowly begin to crave very specific foods.
In order to survive the rough 46 hours, a dancer knows that there is one essential item they simply cannot dance without — their fanny pack.
If THON Dancers were granted one wish, and this wish could be anything in the world, what would it be?
Valley has some tips to help you narrow down your THON 2016 shopping list.