UCLA Undie Run caught on video, at last
One of the greatest college traditions in America -- the UCLA Undie Run -- takes place in the middle of the school's quarterly finals. Thousands of Bruins bare (almost) all and run through campus in a moment of organized rebellion. The event, which occurred on Wednesday night, is intended to alleviate the pressure that comes with big exams.

This year, the UCLA Undie Run underwent some changes as administrators tried to make the route safer for both students and library windows (which have been broken in the past). By diverting participants to the intramural field instead of climbing towards Powell Library, there was considerable less panty-ing uphill.

An estimated 1,000 people ran this week, slightly less than previous runs. It was a chilly night, after all. As the crowd dispersed, UCLA Dean of Students Robert Naples indicated that things appeared to have gone smoothly. If anybody is named in follow-up reports, they could find themselves on double-Victoria's-secret probation.



11 year ago   (12/12/2012 1:59 PM)             Post Reply    

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