What could be more freeing than celebrating the last day of class by stripping down to the bare essentials and doing so for a good cause? The sixth annual ASU Undie Run keeps the streak alive Tuesday, April 30.

Curmudgeons might write off the ASU Undie Run as college-kid silliness, but each year more participants show up and more charities receive aid. Benefitting from clothing, canned food, and monetary donations this year are Andre House, Arizona Helping Hands, Central Arizona Shelter Service, Move for Hunger, Standup for Kids, and the Teen Resource Center. DJs Will See and Sterling will keep the tunes pumping for thousands of skivvy-clad dashers.

The ASU Undie Run starts at 6:30 p.m. on the corner of Sixth Street and Packard Drive. Participants must bring two cans of food and clothing to donate, along with an ASU Sun Card as proof of being a current student.

Tue., April 30, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2013
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