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The three female students chosen as dancers pose for a photo at the reveal, holding flowers

Ready to dance and make a difference: Scranton campus trio takes on THON 2024

The Penn State Scranton community has learned which students will be representing the campus as its THON 2024 dancers during THON Weekend, set for Feb. 16-18 at University Park’s Bryce Jordan Center. Abigal Gaebel, Mahek Gandhi and Ashley Torres will join thousands of other Penn State students in the grueling, yet life-changing, 46-hour, no sitting, no sleeping dance marathon that raises money for the Four Diamonds Fund and children battling pediatric cancer.
Penn State Scranton THON Dancers Deyniel and Natalie at the recent THON prom where they were announced as the campus dancers

Penn State Scranton THON dancers eager to dance 'For The Kids'

Penn State Scranton THON dancers, Deyniel Desarden-Ruperto, a fourth-year corporate communication major, and Natalie Schield, a fourth-year information sciences and technology (IST) major, will head to University Park to represent the campus at THON from Feb 18 to 20 at the Bryce Jordan Center. 

Campus purse bingo event will raise money for THON

On Sunday, Feb. 6, Penn State Scranton is hosting a Designer Purse Bingo from 3 to 6:30 p.m. in the campus’ Multi-Purpose Building (gym). The event benefits THON and is open to the public. Organizers are encouraging the campus’ staff, students and the community to come out for the event and bring their friends and family along as well.