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There’s a pretty cool tradition developing at ASU that’s not about frat-tastic athletics or drinking. Namely, the Undie Run, which features hundreds of postpubescent boys and girls running around in panties and tighty-whities to celebrate the end of spring classes. Last year, during Tempe’s inaugural version, a thousand participants ditched their cotton shackles, with the blessings of the Tempe police and the university administration, and sprinted around campus in next to nothing.

Expect more (or maybe less?) of the same when this year’s event commences outside the ASU Student Recreation Complex. The clothes drop at 9 p.m.

Tue., May 5, 9 p.m., 2009

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