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.
Ethan Munoz uses Nintento Labo for the first time at THON 2019. Teaching and Learning Technology and the THON Engagement and Empowerment Network (TEENetwork) helped kids experience emerging education technology during THON weekend.
Penn State THON students reveal the 2019 fundraising total of $10,621,683.76. THON, the world's largest student-run philanthropy, has raised more than $157 million for children and families affected by childhood cancer. The Penn State New Kensington THON team raised more than $27,000 for the total, which allowed the team to break into the Top 10 fundraising Commonwealth Campuses.
A young child sits on a man's shoulders during THON 2019 at the Bryce Jordan Center. The annual event has raised more than $157 million for Four Diamonds, an organization that aids children and families affected by childhood cancer.
Members of the Penn State New Kensington THON team dance on the floor of the Bryce Jordan Center during THON 2019. Pictured, left to right, is Dylan Hamilton, Adam Johnson, Jon Schofield, Bradyn Claycomb and Ashley Worlds.