As is Hiram tradition, students had a day free from class last week to give back to the community on Campus Day.
On Sept. 19, students and faculty volunteered at a number of locations throughout Northeast Ohio. Freshmen worked in groups with their First Year Colloquium classmates and professors, while upperclassmen volunteered with student organizations.
Take a look at the day in photos:
Students in the First Year Colloquiums “Globalization and Pop Culture” and “Why Are We the Way We Are” volunteered at Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary in Ravenna, with Xinlu Yu, associate professor of communication and Eric Riedel, dean of students:
Students in the “Elements of Food” Colloquium baked pancakes at Hiram Christian Church, with Carol Shreiner, associate professor of chemistry:
Several Colloquiums volunteered at Hiram Farm Living and Learning Community:
Several Colloquiums volunteered at the James H. Barrow Biological Field Station:
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