The 2020 THON dancers for Penn State New Kensington have fun as they prepare for the 46-hour dance marathon beginning Feb. 21. The campus' dancers include, from left to right: Bradyn Claycomb, Gianna Foglia, Jonathan Schofield and Neeha Thulasiram.
The 2020 New Kensington THON dancers show their diamonds as they prepare for THON weekend, Feb. 21-23. The dancers, chosen by committee and pictured left to right are: Bradyn Claycomb, Gianna Foglia, Jonathan Schofield and Neeha Thulasiram.
The 2020 New Kensington THON dancers are prepared for the annual 46-hour no sitting, no sleeping dance marathon beginning Feb. 21. The dancers, from left to right, are: Gianna Foglia, Bradyn Claycomb, Neeha Thulasiram and Jonathan Schofield.
The traveling museum featuring historical artifacts from the 1700's to present day will visit the campus on Feb. 5. The step dance performance group will perform Feb. 27. Both events are free and open to the public.
Soul Steps, a New York City-based step group founded in 2005 by Maxine Lyle, will perform at Penn State New Kensington on Feb. 27 at 12:15 p.m. in the Forum Theatre. The performance is free and open to the public.
The True Black History Museum, a traveling museum teaching Black history through showcasing historical artifacts, will visit Penn State New Kensington on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The exhibit, much like the one pictured at Henry Ford College, will be in the campus Athletic Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will also be a lecture at 12:05 p.m. in the Forum Theatre that same day.
Current senior administration of justice major and PSUAC- and USCAA-recognized student-athlete at Penn State New Kensington is also a staff sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, most recently serving in the Middle East.