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Phi Beta Kappa has the keys to success

This week marks Phi Beta Kappa’s “Keys to Action” week, a chance to celebrate Hiram College’s chapter and the 240-year anniversary of the nation’s most prestigious national honors society. Phi Beta Kappa is committed to promoting the value and benefits of a liberal arts and sciences education. The society does so through national policy advocacy; higher-learning more »

Students Study Theodore Roosevelt’s Legacy in New York, D.C.

With the 2016 presidential election just over a year away, most of the nation is fixated on who the next president will be. But when Hiram College’s Garfield Presidency Scholars traveled to New York and Washington, D.C., from Oct. 7-11, 2015, they were thinking about the nation’s 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt, and his relevance to many more »

Students Explore Public Policy and History Firsthand in Cuba

Garfield Scholars had the rare opportunity to travel to Cuba in early March, as they explored the question, “What should U.S. policy be toward Cuba?” Eighteen students, all part of the Garfield Scholars program, along with James Thompson, assistant professor of political science, and Kathy Luschek, director of the Garfield Institute for Public Leadership, met more »

Artwork sprouting up around campus

Artwork has been popping up all over campus the past few days. It’s all thanks to Professor Christopher Ryan’s Contemporary Media art class, where students have spent the past three to four weeks creating installation pieces designed for specific indoor or outdoor campus locations. The Contemporary Media class is designed to expose students to alternative more »