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Survivor of the Virginia Tech Tragedy (UTICA/DGV)

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"Safety is Personal: Lessons Learned as a Survivor of the Virginia Tech Tragedy," w/ Survivor Kristina Anderson, Founder of the Koshka Foundation. As the world witnessed the tragedy that transpired on the Virginia Tech campus in April 2007, the lives of Kristina Anderson and her classmates rapidly changed as a student gunman entered her classroom and committed one of the worst acts of violence in U.S. history. Shot three times within 12 minutes, Anderson will share a candid, first-hand account of her personal experience, her journey toward recovery, and her mission to educate others in how to take personal accountability to plan and help prevent violence within our institutions of learning and communities.
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Monday, September 18, 2017 6:00 PM ET
Schafer Theater | Information Technology Building
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