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|10:00 am-Feb 1st 7:30 pm||Library Circle|
Board Game Night Monday Jan 28rd 7-8 p.m.
|11:00 am-2:00 pm||Nelson Hall East|
Join Associated Students for an event grant writing workshop. The AS event grant deadline is Feb. 1 at 5 p.m. Drop off applications in the Clubs Office or Multicultural Center. For an application, visit http://www.humboldt.edu/forms.
|1:00 pm-2:30 pm||HSU Campus|
Politics faculty candidate Kathleen Tipler will present "We May Be Dumb, But We’re Not Stupid: Collective Judgment and Institutional Design."
|5:00 pm-6:00 pm||HSU Recreation and Wellness Center|
Traditional Tae Kwon Do is an extremely effective Martial Art for self defense, self-discipline and self empowerment. Training will increase your cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, and flexibility while teaching you effective self-defense techniques in realistic situations. Tae Kwon Do is world renowned for having the most dynamic and explosive kicking techniques of any Martial Art. Coupled with its focus on realistic self-defense, and the use of grappling, joint-locking, chocking and hand-striking techniques, traditional Tae Kwon Do will provide you with the skills and confidence to handle any situation. Whether you are new to the Martial Arts, or want to train for your black belt, our proven method of instruction will help you succeed. Students will have an opportunity to test for their first belt at the end of the semester and can attend some additional classes at Sun Yi's Academy of Tae Kwon Do here in Arcata.
|7:00 pm-9:00 pm||HSU Recreation and Wellness Center|
If you are looking for an activity that provides a workout while learning a practical form of self-defense, this may be for you. Beginners are welcome! Isshinryu Karate is a classical style of Okinawan Karate. Participants learn basic forms (kata), sparring techniques, and a direct, effective form of self-defense. Robert Sherman, eighth degree black belt and chief instructor, has taught Isshinryu Karate continually at HSU since 1979. This class is taught to all levels, and students may earn rank. Several students have been promoted to black belt.
|Jan 22nd-Jan 29th||Goodwin Forum|
|Jan 22nd-Feb 8th||HSU Campus|
|Jan 24th-Feb 28th||HSU Recreation and Wellness Center|
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