We recently reported that Brown University is set to host a weeklong “nudity” event featuring nude student performances.

However, that event seems tame compared to other naked-student traditions that made The Week’s list of the weirdest (hat-tip, The College Fix). In fact, prominent on this list is Professor Jacobson’s alma mater that recently hosted a female orgasm workshop.

5. Hamilton College’s varsity streaking team:  While some colleges use nudity as an excuse to party, the students of Hamilton’s varsity streaking team treat nakedness as a competition sport. Although recognized by neither the NCCA nor Hamilton College officials, the varsity streaking team, established in 2004, takes nudity very seriously, training and even cutting members who did not meet streaking standards….

4. Rice University’s Baker 13:  With Houston’s high temperatures making anyone want to shed their clothes, Rice University’s Baker 13 might be the most commonsensical naked college tradition. Or, it would be if it didn’t involve covering your body entirely in shaving cream. The Baker 13 first appeared on campus in 1974. Since then, on the 13th and 31st of each month, students in Baker, one of Rice’s residential colleges, run across campus with nothing but their skin and a lot of shaving cream….

3. Yale University’s naked parties:  The New Haven university was not the first to host naked parties (that illustrious title appears to once again be a Brown innovation), but after Rachel Aviv’s New York Times article exposed the campus’ semi-secret nude social gatherings, theirs became the most famous….

2. Harvard University’s Primal Scream:  At the end of every fall and spring semester, the night before the start of finals produces a sea of naked humanity running around Harvard Yard in an event known as Primal Scream. Although it started just with students shouting out of their windows, by the 1990s, Primal Scream had gained a nudity component, as well as a lot of older male bystanders with cameras….

1. Stanford’s nude virgin festivals, library snacks, and more nakedness than you can swing a stick at:  The coeds in Palo Alto really love to get naked for any variety of reasons. The famous “Full Moon on the Quad,” in which freshmen and seniors make out with as many of each other as possible at the stroke of midnight, is often clothing optional. It’s almost a rule for events thrown by any of the campus cooperatives to involve some nakedness….