An annual tradition at Princeton University where on the first snow fall of the winter, sophomores and others strip down to nothing more than socks and hats and celebrate in courtyard of Holder Hall. Originally started as something to "foster a closer community" by the undergraduates, the Nude Olympics evolved to a tradition involving lots of booze and naked co-eds running in circles. It was banned in 1999 by the University administration in light of concerns raised by concerned citizens, and hilarous commentary from the national press.

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