|Hiram Night at Blossom with the Cleveland Orchestra|
|Come hear the renowned Cleveland Orchestra celebrate a band that helped shape the music industry into what it is today as they celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ arrival in the United States. We only have 19 tickets left for what is sure to be a trip down memory lane and a great rendition of so many classic songs. For $30 (a $51 value!) you receive access to the park, a boxed dinner, and lawn seats for this unique concert performance.|
A Beatles Tribute:
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the their U.S. arrival
The Cleveland Orchestra
Michael Krajewski, conductor
Classical Mystery Tour
Click HERE now to learn more about this event and to register.
Sunday, August 24th
Knight Grove at Blossom Music Center
1145 W Steels Corners Rd
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44223
|Panel Discussion on a Nuclear Agreement with Iran|
Presented by the Hiram College Garfield Center – Washington, D.C.
|Hiram College's Garfield Center for Public Leadership presents this first in a series of Washington, D.C. based conversations. Join Hiram alumni and friends for a reception followed by a panel discussion on the Challenges, Risks, and Opportunities of Verifying a Nuclear Agreement with Iran.|
The panel of experts includes:
Ambassador Gregory Govan is a retired US Army Brigadier General who led the US Onsite Inspection Agency (OSIA) in the early 1990s and subsequently served as the senior US government representative to the governing bodies of the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty and the Open Skies Treaty.
Harvey Rishikof has recently been named the Dean of the National War College. He is the Chair of the Advisory Committee for the American Bar Association's Standing Committee on Law and National Security.
John Lauder '68 will moderate this panel as a Garfield Institute Steering Committee member and Hiram College alumnus. Lauder was a member of the recently completed Defense Science Board Task Force on Assessment of Nuclear Treaty Monitoring and Verification and recently testified on June 10th before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the challenges to be faced in verifying compliance with a nuclear agreement with Iran.
The cost of this event is $50 per person and space is limited to 40 participants. Click HERE to register.
Wednesday, August 20th
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
1700 H Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20006
|Save-The-Date: Alumni Volunteer Day 2014|
|Mark your calendars for the 13th annual Alumni Volunteer Day on September 13th. Everyone is welcome to participate so come collaborate with alumni, family and friends as you give back in the spirit of Campus Day! All participants will receive a t-shirt. Specific cities and site details are coming soon. |
If you are interested in hosting a site in your area, click HERE.
|Homecoming on Hiram Hill|
|Many alumni will agree that there is no better time to be back on Hiram Hill than during Homecoming. Now, with hundreds of alumni making the trip back each year, that statement is all the more true. Round up your little terriers, grab your Hiram gear, and join us for the best day of the year to be a Terrier! |
Stop by the alumni hospitality tent for:
- A free afternoon snack
- A chance to meet Hiram’s new president, Dr. Lori Varlotta
- A free Hiram T-shirt (first 100 attendees)
- An Alumni-branded name tag and other Hiram give-a-ways
- Cheer gear for the stands
- Giveaway contest sponsored by Liberty Mutual
Saturday, September 20th
Kick-off - 1:00 p.m.
Click HERE for more information on the full day of activities!
|The Hiram College Women’s Council invites you to join them for the 19th annual Encore! season of luncheons. This year Encore! welcomes both ladies and gentlemen to attend this series of inspirational talks. All three events are listed below and will take place at the Twinsburg Hilton Garden Inn.|
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Mary Beth Ions presents her one-woman program Violin: Up close and personal and will travel a journey through the ages from Bach, Gershwin, Porter and Berlin. Her storytelling is inspiring, uplifting and brings peace to the listeners.
Saturday, December 6, 2014
Rev. John Ferris recites Dickens’ A Christmas Carol from memory. He uses the gifts of his voice, face, and body language to share this story as you pretend that you’re listening to the radio as folks once did.
Saturday, May 2, 2015
Jeremy Meier, assistant professor of fine and performing arts at Owens Community College in Toledo, will portray Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, naval hero of the War of 1812. He brings alive the battle of Lake Erie, one of the biggest battles of this little known war which lasted over two years.
To view the full brochure follow the link HERE.
For more information and to make reservations for this year's Encore! Series, please contact:
Vi McCarty at 330.569.5276 or MccartyVL@hiram.edu.