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
Psychology students to deliver study findings at Ohio Undergraduate Research Conference.Read More
250 high school students to join college community for April 19 Hiram Health festivities.Read More
Hiram College is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Vasque division of Red Wing Shoes. As an exciting extension to the emerging Tech and Trek program every 2017 full-time traditional college student will receive a top-end pair of hiking boots. A partial corporate gift from Red Wing Shoes plus private donor support will fund the boots.Read More