R.A.D. is a women-only course, which begins with risk reduction and avoidance, followed by the basics of hands-on defense training. R.A.D. is not a martial arts program. The techniques are suitable for women of all ages and abilities. The program consists of twelve hours of instruction including a dynamic simulation. Girls under the age of 13 may not participate due to the adult-themed subject matter. Sign up by Friday, September 29 at 3 p.m. at the University-Student Union Administration Office, Room 306.
Cal State LA Students - $10
Faculty, Staff, or Guests - $20
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Plot your student leadership journey though the U-lead program as you explore personal, group and community leadership competencies. Being a leader requires you to let go of the control and give someone a chance to rise to the occasion. Learn how to assign tasks and balance your relationships.
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Take a respite from your busy day. Have more inner peace by learning to calm your mind and loosen the grip of difficult thoughts and feelings.
Get informed about current academic, administrative, and campus policies and issues affecting Cal State LA students. Participate in annual assessments regarding the efficient and ethical use of student fees. Meet the student leaders the represent your voice on college, university and Academic Senate committees. Join the conversation to ensure student voices are being heard as part of the shared governance of our university.