Hiram College announced the largest single gift ever made to the college. The $2.1M gift from Dean Scarborough, Class of ’77, and his wife Janice Bini will launch a transformational mobile technology initiative called Tech and Trek.
It’s 403 BC and an Athenian herald commences the democratic assembly with the customary prayer to the goddess Athena. He then sacrifices a pig and spreads its blood around the assembly. In this 2017 reenactment in Matthew Notarian’s 3-Week Classics course, history major Alyssa Osborne plays the part of the herald, Notarian doubles as Athena and a plush toy animal, with stuffing spilling out of its fresh cut, stands in for the pig.Read More
Hiram students spent the day away from classes to focus on service, scholarship and reflection.Read More
Sugar Day, a celebration of service, scholarship and reflection, will put Hiram Connect under the spotlight tomorrow, March 30.Read More
Hiram College will offer a new public health degree program this fall. The program, through which students can either major or minor in public health, merges the college’s liberal arts curriculum with this emerging field of preventative medicine and health promotion.Read More
Hiram students present faculty-directed research in the humanities at national conferences.Read More
Hiram College receives $1 million gift from Paul and Maxine Frohring Foundation – Funds to support scholarships and boost James H. Barrow Field Station research and stewardship.Read More