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T.A.K.E. defense training coming to QU
Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Phi Epsilon have brought the The Ali Kemp Educational Foundation Self Defense Program to Quinnipiac. The T.A.K.E. Foundation was created in memory of Ali Kemp, a 19-year-old girl who was killed after being beaten by a stranger. The organization travels to colleges and universities to teach women self-defense strategies.The two-hour class will teach Quinnipiac’s women how to avoid potentially dangerous situations and how to defend themselves if an attack occurs. The class will be on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 9:15 p.m. at Burt Kahn Court.