Monthly newsletter produced by the Office of Alumni Relations April 15, 2016
Experience CLE Art at 78th Street Studios
Our next Hiram Night Out in Northeast Ohio will celebrate the arts in Cleveland. ARTneo, housed in the renowned 78th Street Studios building, will host us for an evening of gallery tours, artist talks and live artist demonstrations. Grab your friends and join your fellow Terriers for this unique experience!
Hiram College’s newly-resurrected Sugar Day was a success as students, faculty, staff and community members danced while they packaged dry goods from the Pack Shack to provide meals to local hunger relief organizations. The College’s original goal of providing 40,000 meals was exceeded by more than 3,000.
Cleveland’s WEWS TV-5 and Portage County’s Record Courier were on hand to showcase the great work of the Hiram College community. Channel 5 reporter Lauren Wilson’s story aired during the 4 p.m. newscast.
Registration is open for the best party of the year – Alumni Weekend. This year’s schedule has something for everyone, from paranormal investigations to painting classes, and from canoe trips to classroom discussions. Gather your family and friends and join us for a wonderful weekend on the Hill.
Mahoning Valley Terriers team up with Inspiring Minds for our next Hiram Night Out in Warren. Inspiring minds is a non profit organization that works to empower youth through education. Join us for an evening filled with great food, spirits, and Terrier comradery at one Howland’s newest gems, barrel33.
Boston-area Terriers are invited to join us for a special Hiram Night Out with President Varlotta. Enjoy great food and spirits as you mingle with other Hiramites and learn about the many great things happening back on Hiram Hill.
Join the Hiram College community for a memorial service to honor Professor Emerita and Coach Dr. Myrtis Herndon. A program dedicating the recently-installed flag pole at the Herndon Softball Field will take place on Saturday, April 23 at 12:45 p.m. prior to the start of the 1 p.m. game vs. Wittenberg.
The Ohio EPA Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance Water Resource Restoration Sponsorship Program announced it will protect 221 acres of the Hiram College James H. Barrow Field Station. The good news comes more than two years after the Western Reserve Land Conservancy initiated the effort.
Since 1967, Hiram College has preserved the land as a 545-acre research, education and outreach facility. Here, students explore, research and protect a trove of natural treasures.
The spring issue of “amaranth,” the newsletter for the Lindsey-Crane Center for Writing and Literature at Hiram College, is now available online. Be sure to check out the section discussing the Big Read, as we’ve selected the same book for our Alumni Book Club discussion during Alumni Weekend.
On APRIL 29, Hiram College alumni and friends will join together as a community on HIRAM GIVING DAY to see what a tremendous impact we can make for our students in only 24 hours. During this time, each gift made to the Hiram Fund will be MATCHED DOLLAR-FOR-DOLLAR up to $50,000.
Hiram College is on its way to having our most successful fundraising year in the College’s history, breaking a record of $8.2 million, and we are so grateful to our alumni and friends for investing in Hiram.
Hiram Giving Day is YOUR chance to be part of history and this incredible year. Double your impact, double your pride by joining us on April 29.