The CSU administration has denounced it and the goodwill of donating stripped clothes is gone, yet the university's infamous Undie Run will once again take place Friday.

In years past, the student-run event has come with claims about its philanthropic and body-positive intentions. This year, anonymous organizers don’t appear to have made the same efforts.

The event starts at 8 p.m. near the campus recreation center for the one-mile lap around campus.

The run dates to the early 2000s, and students were asked to leave their clothes at the starting line. The clothes were to be donated to charity, though thousands of pounds of clothes made their way to the landfill instead.

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