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FSU leaders honor local hero with education fund

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Joshua Quick became a prominent name throughout the Tallahassee community after the FSU law student stood up to a man who opened fire at a hot yoga studio in November. Quick demonstrated incredible bravery by defending other people from the shooter, and he is responsible for preventing further harm from occurring.

In response to his heroism, FSU’s President John Thrasher and members of the school’s board of trustees have pledged $30,000 in personal contributions to fund a portion of Quick’s law school education.

Quick’s courageous behavior is an inspiring example and reminder that kindness is more powerful than hate.

Julie Griner, CoreMessage, Inc.

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