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CNBC spotlights Hiram College for the innovations that have been recently designed and implemented, including new academic requirements, a new tuition model, and a 1-1 mobile technology program. During a live segment, reporter Scott Cohn refers to Hiram as a model for the entire small college industry.
The Office of Alumni Relations & Development partnered with the Office of Career & Academic Services to host programming for current students. Last week eight alumni returned to campus to help teach students the importance of networking and etiquette. Kris (Perevosnik) McGuigan ’01 of Professional Courage served as the keynote speaker and facilitator.
Pictured above left to right, Anna Marie LaVenia ’04, Darby Marbury ’77, Kris (Perevosnik) McGuigan ’01, Justin Lonis ’14, Mike Read ’96, Jennifer Prugh ’91, Tria Charnas ’10 and Martinique Mims ’14.
Freshman Keagan Le’Roux of Hiram men’s soccer was named the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Newcomer of the Year and earned All-NCAC Second Team honors, while sophomore Isaac Opoku earned All-NCAC Honorable Mention.
Women’s soccer senior Ally Green earned back-to-back All-NCAC First Team honors, while junior Hannah Ward was named Second Team All-NCAC.
Juniors Kayla Cole and Kiara Franks of Hiram women’s volleyball each earned All-NCAC Second Team honors.
Men’s Lacrosse senior Horace Johnson was named All-NCAC Honorable Mention for the third time in his career.