R.A.D. is a women-only course. It 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 abilities. The program consists of 12 hours of instruction including a dynamic simulation.
On April 22, the Center for Student Involvement will take students to participate in an Earth Day Celebration at Proyecto Jardin, a communal garden in Boyle Heights. Lunch and transportation will be provided. Sign up at the CSI front desk today. Space is limited.
Join us for our inaugural ASI Geek Week! For three days, College of Natural and Social Sciences clubs will compete against each other in a variety of environmentally friendly activities to see which club is the most sustainable. The week will culminate with a presentation of each club’s eco-efforts along with student-led research from various disciplines. More information about how your organization can register at www.asicalstatela.org/geek.
This seminar series gives students an opportunity to: refine leadership skills for your post-Cal State LA transition, develop a professional résumé, learn from inspiring leaders on campus, and gain job interviewing skills. Space is limited. Applications are due March 23. Program participants will receive a certificate of completion at the annual Student Leader Awards. For more information, please contact the Center for Student Involvement at 323-343-5110 or visit CSI at the U-SU Room 204.
Kahlil Almustafa is a poet and spoken word artist whose work focuses on social justice and his multiple identities: man of color, working class, husband, brother, organizer, educator, and a child of hip hop. Join the Men of Color Success Network as Almustafa leads writing exercises related to men of color identities and experiences.