Finding Meaning After Rwandan Violence
Immaculee Ilibagiza, a survivor of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, discussed her book, “Left to Tell,” September 10, 2015, in Gray Chapel on the OWU campus. To escape the horrific violence that killed nearly 1 million Tutsis, Ilibagiza hid with seven other women for 91 days inside a 3-ft.-by-4-ft. bathroom. To learn more about Ilibagiza and her journey to discover purpose after such tragedy, visit www.Immaculee.com. The Chaplain’s Office and Delaware St. Mary Catholic Church, where the author also appeared, sponsored her appearance.
OWU Campaign Chosen Best in U.S.!
Ohio Wesleyan University’s 2013-2014 “OWU Better Together” campaign was selected from among 162 applicants nationwide to receive the Interfaith Youth Core’s “Best Overall Campaign” Better Together Award. Read more about this honor at Connect2OWU, the college’s online newsletter. https://www.owu.edu/news-media/details/ohio-wesleyan-wins-national-better-together-award/
Love Across the Spectrum Conference
November 8-9, 2013
Keynote: Justin Lee
Keynote: Pádraig Ó Tuama
Keynote: Rev. Amy DeLong