Archived Newsletter - October 10, 2013
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October 10, 2013

Hiram Night Out in Detroit

Join other Hiramites and friends of the College for a Hiram Night Out in Detroit at the prestigious Skyline Club. Network with other alumni and hear about the many wonderful changes happening at Hiram.

Click HERE to register.

The Skyline Club
Thursday, October 17th
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Talks and Lectures at the James H. Barrow Field Station

Did you know that the James H. Barrow Field Station hosts talks, hikes, and lectures that are free and open to the public? Click HERE to read about some of the upcoming programs which include:

  • Eagle Creek Restoration Project
  • Permaculture – Designing for Abundance, Beauty, and Greater Resilience

Hiram Luncheon in Kansas City

Join Kay Molkentin, Director of the Hiram College Center for Integrated Entrepreneurship, in Kansas City as she invites Hiram College alumni and friends to join her for a late lunch.

Click HERE to register.

Intercontinental Hotel Kansas City at the Plaza
Thursday, October 24th
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Reflections Gallery

Click HERE to see the guidelines and to learn how to participate.

Garfield Institute Seminar Series: American Policy in the Middle East: Options and Limitations

What are the prospects for the creation of viable democracy in the Middle East and to what extent should/could the United States be involved in bringing about such?

The Garfield Institute for Public Leadership invites you to join them for a panel discussion featuring:

Paul Wolfowitz, Visiting Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, Deputy Secretary of Defense (2001–2005) and former Ambassador to Indonesia.




L. Paul Bremer III, member of the Council on Foreign Relations as well as a member of the Board of RAND Corporation’s Center for Middle East Public Policy, and former presidential envoy to Iraq.



David Aaron, Ambassador and former Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for Middle East Public Policy at RAND, will serve as the moderator.



        The panel discussion and reception are free and open to the public. We will be extending the discussion through the dinner hour and invite those interested to purchase a ticket to hear more about the subject.

        Click HERE for more information on tickets and to register.

        Hiram College Kennedy Center and Koritansky Hall
        Monday , October 28th
        4:15 p.m. Panel Discussion
        6:15 p.m. Reception
        7:00 p.m. Private Dinner

        Terrier Trader Grand Opening

        If you are going to be back on Hiram’s campus, make sure to plan a visit to the brand new Terrier Trader. Located on the main floor of the Kennedy Center, the Terrier Trader is a faculty supervised and student run store selling products linked to their learning experiences in Hiram’s Center for Integrated Entrepreneurship.


        Click HERE to read what had to say about this amazing opportunity for Hiram students.

        Hiram College President’s Reception in Washington, D.C.

        Join Alumni and friends in Washington, D.C. for an evening in honor of Thomas V. Chema’s service to Hiram College. The event will take place at the renowned Metropolitan Club of the City of Washington.

        Click HERE for more details and to register.

        The Metropolitan Club of the City of Washington
        Thursday, November 14th
        6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

        Pianist Alexander Schimpf in Concert

        The music department at Hiram will host the winner of the Cleveland International Piano Competition, Alexander Schimpf, for two days including both a master class and concert. Over the past few years Alexander Schimpf has risen to prominence by impressively winning a series of competitions, first winning the 2008 German Music Competition (a distinction no pianist had earned for 14 years), winning First Prize at the 2009 International Beethoven Competition in Vienna and finally emerging as the first German pianist ever to win First Prize at the 2011 Cleveland International Piano Competition. His final round performance at Severance Hall with the renowned Cleveland Orchestra was given a standing ovation and additionally honored with the Audience Favorite Prize.

        Click HERE to read more about Alexander Schimpf.

        Frohring Music
        - Wednesday, October 30th - 7:30 p.m.

        Master Class - Thursday, October 31st
        12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.

        Making That Old Horn Sing

        The Hiram College Music Department is updating its music instrument collection. If you or someone you know has an instrument in reasonably good condition that you would be willing to donate to the music program, your gift in kind would be welcomed.

        Click HERE to read more about what is needed and how to make a donation.


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        Hiram College Alumni Facebook Group

        Did you know that there is a Facebook Group specifically created for Hiram College Alumni? Over 1,200 alumni have already joined the group. Click the icon above to join them!

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