Like children, Penn State students see magic because we actively look for it. THON Weekend may be over, but THON lives on forever in our hearts.
“When we do things for ourselves, they die with us. When we do things for humanity, they live on forever.” – Charles Millard, co-founder of Four Diamonds at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital
A very special thank you to the faculty and staff of Penn State Abington for your support of THON this year! Yes…I named names:)
“For those outside of THON, it looks like really hard work because their views are outside of our passion; but in reality, we are having the times of our lives!” -Melissa Aguilar (hey, that’s me!)
“Some people ask me how I have the time to do all the things I do for THON and still do school. Then I think about how these CHILDREN fight cancer every day of their lives…I find the time.” -Penn State Student