Penn State THON will begin fundraising for THON 2023 with the second annual "Ignite the Fight" campaign, according to a release.
Penn State THON's Executive Committee announced Wednesday that THON Weekend 2023 will be held Feb. 17-19 in the Bryce Jordan Center.
Penn State THON has come a long way since it began in 1973, and this year’s THON Executive Committee wanted to honor the 50th THON with something special: a time capsule in the Bryce Jordan Center.
When student Jess Shade saw Penn State THON’s 2022 fundraising total displayed on the main stage of the Bryce Jordan Center, she said she was so excited that she couldn’t stop “jumping up and down.”
Penn State students had a large impact by raising over $13.7 million at the 50th THON this weekend. In a frenzied excitement, many were eager to get to bed, leaving their belongings behind.
One of the main intentions of THON Weekend at Penn State is for dancers to remain standing for the entire 46-hour event. But dancers are not alone on the floor — Dancer Relations committee members are there to offer support.
When Penn State THON staple band Go Go Gadjet announced it wouldn’t be performing at THON 2022, the question immediately arose — who would take the iconic performing group’s place?
The 50th THON has reached its conclusion, and students enjoyed this year's 46-hour dance marathon in the Bryce Jordan Center.
2021, according to Time Magazine writer Karl Vick, was “a lurching, stammering year that began in hope, flirted with whiplash and shuddered to a halt.”
Different Penn State organizations took the stands and the floor for THON 2022 with different kinds of T-shirts and fun outfits.
Following a year of virtual fundraising and celebration, THON 2022 came back together in the Bryce Jordan Center for the first time since 2020.
The annual Family Hour during THON’s Final Four was held Sunday afternoon in the Bryce Jordan Center, and during the event, families shared their personal experiences with pediatric cancer.
Tyler Reilly (senior-accounting, project and supply chain management) is a student at Penn State Behrend, one of Penn State’s 19 commonwealth campuses.
With all of the excitement taking place on the floor of the Bryce Jordan Center, it’s easy to understand why most organizations settle as close to the stage and dancers as possible, leaving sparse sections in the upper levels.