By Daily Mail Reporter. Pictures of two women who reportedly appeared at two different university Halloween parties naked and were posted on Twitter have gone viral. The first picture was of a blonde woman who showed up at the Arizona State University Halloween bash in her birthday suit, to the shock and surprise of many. A picture of her naked was posted Monday on the university's unofficial popular and anonymous Twitter account, ASUConfessions, prompting a widespread mixture of delight and criticism. A blonde woman shows up at Arizona State University's Halloween bash completely naked, wearing black high heels. Twitter user, amandajanson4, posted the picture.
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Originally posted by the College Times on May 1, The event — the first of its kind in Arizona — will be held at p. It begins in Parking Structure 5. Rubin Green, an ASU biochemistry sophomore and the sole student coordinator of the Run, said attendees should wear clothing they intend to donate. When the run is about to start, participants will strip down to their knickers, make a mountain of clothing, and then jog across campus, half-naked. The clothes will be donated to the Valley Christian Center, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping members of the community by providing assistance to individuals, families, children and the elderly.
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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Well it appears that in the battle of sexiest state colleges , ASU is not going down without a fight. While other college girls spent their Halloween parading around as sexy nurses, sexy superheroes, and, yes, even sexy food, one highly tweeted Sun Devil is getting the Internet celebrity treatment for going as a sexy, well, nothing.
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