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Rape Aggression Defense For Female BYU-I Students



Are you a female byu-idaho student who would like to learn self-defense? Rape Aggression Defense, also known as RAD is now hosting classes here at byu-idaho that help women develop their self-awareness and self-defense techniques.  Classes are every Tuesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the John W. Hart building in the wrestling room. The courses are three weeks long and start at the beginning of each month.  To participate in these classes, visit the ticket office. Or for more information log on to the BYU-Idaho website.  



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