It’s time to return to Hiram Hill for Homecoming! Come cheer on the team at the Homecoming football game as our Terriers take on the Wooster Fighting Scots or watch the women’s volleyball team take on the Kenyon Ladies in Price Gymnasium.
Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017
Kick-off – 1 p.m.
This year’s excitement includes free snacks and t-shirts for returning alumni, inflatable carnival games, a Trek Home extended walking tour of campus, and more!
Click the buttons below for more details and to watch a brief Homecoming video with President Lori Varlotta.
The first event in our 2017-18 Family Fun Series takes us to the Halloween-themed excitement at Kennywood Amusement Park near Pittsburgh.
There are two sessions available with two discount ticket prices. The afternoon session is geared toward children 10 and under, while the evening activities are designed for teens and adults.
Noon – 4 p.m.Happy Hauntings
$11 per person (regularly $16.99) 6 p.m. – Midnight Phantom Fright Night
$24 per person (regularly $33.99)
Hollinger Hall of Fame Brunch
Help us celebrate eight new inductees to the William H. Hollinger Athletics Hall of Fame during Homecoming on Oct. 21. Click here to register: Hall of Fame
Baseball Reunion and Dedication
Join the Gridiron Club at the north end of Henry Field for a day of celebration honoring Coach Proverbs as we unveil the new Fishel Field at Proverbs Park. Click here for more information: Baseball Reunion
Men’s Volleyball Tournament
Hiram will host the NCAA Division I Men’s Volleyball Showcase on Saturday, Nov. 11. Click here for more information: Tournament
Hiram on the Road - Upcoming Alumni Events
If you’re in any of these areas, please consider joining fellow alumni and friends as we gather for some Hiram comradery.
• Nov. 4 Market Garden Brewery in Cleveland
• Nov. 7 Portland, OR
• Nov. 9 Seattle, WA
• Nov. 14 Washington, DC
Click the button below to read about each event and add your name to the registration lists.
We’re pleased to announce that the Hiram Inn was recently renovated and is once again open for business. The innkeepers, Jenny and Ed Backos, come to Hiram Village with the intentions of sharing their newfound treasures with folks near and far. In their own words, “we are so excited to be here, and we want everyone to know what a great place this is! All are welcome!”
Learn more about the Inn and make your reservations by clicking the button below.
The renowned folk ensemble Harmonia will present a free concert at Hiram College on Sunday, Oct. 22 at 3 p.m. in the Frohring Music building. Harmonia plays the traditional music of Eastern Europe, ranging from the Danube to the Carpathians. Its repertoire reflects the cultures of the region: Hungarian, Slovak, Ukrainian, Romanian, Croatian, and Gypsy. The ensemble’s performances on authentic folk instruments evoke the full range of human emotions, interspersing fiery, passionate virtuosity with soulful melancholy and nostalgic yearning. The concert is co-sponsored by the Hiram College Music Department and the Hiram Community Trust. Contact Tina Dreisbach at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-569-5294 for more information.
Alumni Virtual Book Club
Our virtual book club is now voting on their third book to read and discuss. New members are welcomed to join and participation is free for Hiram College alumni.
The group is an online community where alumni connect with each other and enjoy books on professional topics such as business, communications, leadership, productivity, and more. Participation is free for Hiram College alumni.
Click the button below to learn more about the program and to join in the discussions.
Our new Humans of Hiram spotlight features a different Hiram faculty, staff, student, alumni or friend each month. Today we feature Jenni Heid.
Jenni was born in Akron, OH and raised in nearby Stow. She is currently studying Biology with a Pre-Veterinary focus and is on track to graduate in May of 2018. Jenni describes herself as outgoing, organized, and driven. She insists she is a true dog lover and takes pride in being passionate about helping all sorts of animals and people. She loves the close-knit Hiram community.
On campus she is a Teaching Assistant, Orientation Leader, Arch Tutor, OCI Program Assistant, Student Ambassador, and member of the Women’s Varsity Swim team.
Jenni says the funniest thing about herself is her total dislike of tomatoes and anything that is made from them, including ketchup!