When you're a child, running in your “undies” is an everyday event, but for Arizona State University students, The Undie Run is a great way to have fun and “run” for charity. ASU is known for their Undie Run but the thing is, it didn’t start out at there. Rubin Green a transfer student from San Diego State University, where it originally started in 2008, brought over his charity run to ASU. The run is on the last day of classes before finals which helps both the students relieve some stress and have a memorable experience. The charity is the most important part about the event. Each student must bring 2 cans of food to donate to the hungry of Arizona, and they must rip off the clothes on their back at the run. Hence “The Undie Run.” In 2012 there were 15,000+ students, and they donated 4.5 tons of clothing and 1.5 tons of food.