Campus News

Dancing for a ‘miracle’

Held Feb. 9–10 at the Ramsey Student Center, Dance Marathon raised more than $321,390 for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, which benefits children’s hospitals. In its sixth year at UGA, the event is held at colleges and universities around the country in connection with the Children’s Miracle Network. TOP PHOTO: From left, Students Dani Silver, white T-shirt, Austin Grieb, Cameron Anderson and Stella Maniquis dance at the 24-hour event. BOTTOM LEFT PHOTO: From left: Mark McManus, Brendan Wright and Austin Williams display the check for $21,629.05 their fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, raised for the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. BOTTOM RIGHT PHOTO: Lindsay McDuff, left, shows Addie Jones, right, and her Phi Mu sorority sisters the Spirit Cup they received at the marathon. Their sorority raised the most money for Dance Marathon this year at $44,597.50.

All images by Peter Frey.