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ASU Undie Run 2009 and Cinco de Mayo In Photos

One night. Two great slide shows. Check out these images direct from ASU's SRC Field featuring thousands baring it all for charity. Also don't miss these shots from Cinco central in Scottsdale. 

ASU Undie Run 2009 Sure, you could clean out your closet with a few Goodwill runs, but thousands of ASU students found a better solution: get (half) naked. For the second year in a row, ASU kids from all majors and years celebrated the last day of classes by stripping down to their undies and running around campus in the ASU Undie Run on May 5, 2009.

Don't miss: Photos from last year's Undie Run

Cinco de Mayo at Salty Senoritas and Dos Gringos in Scottsdale Tequilla? Check. Crazy cover bands? Check. Cinco de Mayo memories direct from Salty Senorita and Dos Gringos in Scottsdale forever immortalized for posterity? Check it out for yourself.

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