A bicycling expedition in Atlanta. An arts festival in Maryland. Quilt-making in Cincinnati. Food bank meal packaging in Youngstown. These Terrier Treks and more than a dozen others across the country will bring together Hiram College alumni, students, future students, faculty, staff, and friends today through October 21.
An extension of Tech and Trek, Terrier Treks connect present and future members of the College community for Hiram-style get-togethers.
Hiram President Lori Varlotta, Ph.D., will lead students, faculty, and staff on the first Terrier Trek today, September 8, around Hiram’s three-mile square, a favorite course for runners and walkers. Interested Terriers will make a final “Trek Home” on Hiram Hill, October 21, before the homecoming football game.
“Terrier Treks are a wonderful way for members of the Hiram community to get out and about, exemplifying the mindfulness piece of Hiram’s new Tech and Trek program,” says John Coyne ‘95, director of alumni relations, who notes that Hiram alumni host the Terrier Treks.
Those interested, including prospective students, can find details about the treks and register at Terrier Treks. Who knows, you could find yourself on a photo scavenger trek in New York City’s Central Park on October 12.