Students Run in Undies to Raise Money for Charity

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TEMPE, Arizona. — Students are excited about the Undie Run at Arizona State University! Every year, between 20-30,000 students turn out for the charity event.

Students strip down and run in an effort to raise money for local charities. One of theĀ  organizers, Kayla Frost says ASU is requiring more security after a brawl at the event in 2011.

“There could be 20,000 students this year,” Frost said. “That requires a lot of security.”

In 2011, students donated more than four tons of clothing to five charities in Arizona. Students also collected food for the less fortunate in addition to run.

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