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Dance Marathon Results

The CU Dance Marathon
finally wrapped up at 4:00 PM today after 28 hours of the “Cha-Cha Slide,” a bhangra lesson, and pretty much every Top 40 dance hit since 1985.  Sadly, Bwog missed the rumored Judah Friedlander appearance.

But the good news is the grand total raised: $50,020 by over 80 dancers for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. They may all be asleep now, but Bwog definitely gives each and every one a hearty congratulations.

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  • congrats says:

    @congrats isn’t that more money than CUDM made last year? congrats to the dancers for such energetic fundraising, even in a time when charity is tight!

  • moraler says:

    @moraler that’s more than $10,000 what they made last year. congrats to all the dancers! you guys are ridic.

  • Judah says:

    @Judah was there. I think. I thought I saw him on Broadway outside of Lerner around 10:30 last night.

  • Judah says:

    @Judah was absolutely there. i have pictures with him.

    1. Bwog says:

      @Bwog Send us pictures! We love celebrity sightings, and we’ll give you photo credit.

  • holy crap says:

    @holy crap did you say 50 grand? thats a shitload, congratulations!

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