Desmond Tutu is in the news today following the publication of his letter to Aung San Suu Kyi. He visited our campus when he was made an honorary Marjon graduate. His inspiring and humbling speech, given in the Guildhall, focussed on the continuing struggle for justice and humanity. It received a standing ovation and moved many attendees to tears. The building which houses our theatre is named in his honour. Here's the report of his visit, in the Summer 1998 edition of the 'Marjon Today' magazine. Some of you may remember it?
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