THON 2013: The dancers’ view
Thon is For the Kids, but it's really also all about the dancers. This video blog features reports by two of those dancers -- Lindsay Lipovich and Victoria Wain -- as they shared their experiences at Thon 2013, which raised a record $12.37 million (video replay).
Energy to spare
Victoria Wain reports she is surprisingly awake as she winds down from dancing in Thon 2013.
Feeling the pain
Victoria Wain begins to feel the wear and tear from being on her feet late Saturday night -- and takes action.
Starting a new day
Victoria Wain takes viewers on a guided tour of her locker at THON Saturday morning and says that although she's losing her voice, she has conquered the challenging line dance.
Guest appearance: Centre County Report reporter Kelly Rule
Centre County Report journalist Kelly Rule has been wearing a GoPro digital video camera on teh dance floor. She shares her experience in the video reports Kelly Cam #1 (entering the Bryce Jordan Center to begin THON) and Kelly Cam #2 (Saturday morning update).
Dancing into the night
Lindsay Lipovich reports she is going strong as Friday turns into Saturday.
Warming up to dance
Victoria Wain stretches out and introduces viewers to her dance partner, Breanna Jacobs. They are representing ComRadio.
Preparing for liftoff
Lindsay Lipovich checks in Friday morning as she makes last-minute preparations for Thon.
About the Contributors
2013 Graduate / Journalism, Visual Communication
I am a visual communication student, eager to make a difference in the world. My expertise is in social media, multimedia, marketing, public relations and travel. As a May 2013 Penn State Graduate, I have the knowledge and dedication needed to provide an innovative vision in many different fields.
I am passionate about photography and traveling, preferably simultaneously…
Senior / Broadcast Journalism
Victoria Wain is a senior from Hershey, Pa. majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in history. She is an active member of the ComRadio news team as a reporter and anchor. She is a current intern for B94.5 in State College. After graduation, she aspires to be a reporter for a radio or television station.