Special Interest/Service

African American Students United

Purpose: African American Student Union (AASU) is a support and social group for students interested in the curricular and co-curricular issues, concerns and interests of Hiram's African-American community. Members participate in on and off campus programming, along with sponsoring the annual Kwanzaa Celebration. AASU meets in the Umoja Room, located on the ground level of the Quad.

Meeting Info: Weekly

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AIBS

Purpose: The  purpose of this chapter shall be to provide an opportunity for the students of the biological and medical sciences at Hiram to have the common benefits of professional association and to have the intellectual stimulation that arises for the activity of preparing and presenting scientific material before biological audiences. It shall further be the purpose of the Chapter to foster and encourage a professional spirit among the members of the Chapter to foster and encourage a professional spirit among the members of the Chapter and instill professional pride in the biological and medical sciences.

Meeting Info: Monthly

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Amtgard Society

Purpose: Amtgard is a system of Live Action Role Playing. Participants create a persona and interact through role playing and safe medieval combat reenactment.

Meeting Info: Weekly 

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Anime Club (S O S Brigade)

Purpose: To further explore the world of Anime with other students on campus

Meeting Info: Thursdays, 8PM-11PM, East Hall Forum
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Circle K

Purpose: To complete community service, with a focus on projects for kids

Hiram College Circle K, a collegiate community service organization sponsored by Kiwanis International, is concentrated in the areas of leadership and personal development. There are three key ideals Circle K is proud to uphold: service, fellowship and leadership. As an organization, we are committed to serving our campus and community, focusing much of our attention on helping children and families in need as well as other major not-for-profit organizations.

Meeting Info: Every Other Tuesday at 8:30
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Ethics Bowl

Purpose: The purpose of this team is to give the students of Hiram a chance to practice their public speaking and critical thinking skills, as well as represents Hiram College in a positive manner at regional and possibly national competitions.

Meeting Info: Weekly 

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Habitat for Humanity

Purpose: Habitat for Humanity is a group who focuses on helping the local Habitat for Humanity groups. We often participate in local builds around the Kent and Ravenna areas on Saturdays. Also, we have a Spring Break Trip, in which we travel and stay at a specific location for a week-long build.

Meeting Info: Every other Week
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Hiram Writers Association

Purpose: The Hiram Writers Association is a club created to act as a place for the writers of Hiram College to gather, interact and share their work and ideas with one another. The goal of this club is to make an accessible community that provides a tangible forum for young writers.

Meeting Info: Weekly 

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Intercultural Forum

Purpose: IF work towards promoting understanding and awareness amongst the culturally diverse students of Hiram College. As the largest club on campus, we organize some of the biggest events, including the intercultural dinner and talent show, which provides students with an opportunity to interact with people from various backgrounds.

Meeting Info: Monthly
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Medicus

Purpose: The purpose of the Medicus club is to provide information to students interested in the field of medicine. 

Meeting Info: Monthly

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PAMO - Increasing African Awareness in Hiram

Purpose: Our goal is to create a positive image about Africa breaking stereotypes through our rich history, culture, resources, tourist attractions, and businesses

Meeting Info: Monthly
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Philosophy Forum

Purpose: The purpose of the organization will be to: 1) Foster a sense of and an appreciation for philosophical inquiry and analysis at Hiram College; 2) Extend philosophical exploration beyond the limits of the curriculum at the College, especially through exploring contemporary philosophical works; 3) Coordinate events to expose participants to various philosophical experiences to establish greater understanding; 4) Provide a comfortable, exciting philosophical environment for participants interested in the discipline 

Meeting Info: Weekly

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Pre-Law Club

Purpose: To enhance knowledge about the field of Law and to gain a experience with various activities.

Meeting Info: Every Other Week

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Presence and Respect for Youth Sexual Minorities (PRYSM)

Purpose: PRYSM aims to create a visible GLBTQ presence on Hiram’s campus through events and other programming, to promote the equality and acceptance of GLBTQ individuals, and to create a community of allies on campus, allowing members to discuss our mutual interest in GLBTQ issues in a safe, comfortable setting.

Presence and Respect for Youth Sexual Minorities (PRYSM) represents the Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Trans and Allied community on campus. They regularly do programming related to GLBT issues, including speakers and the annual Coming Out Day.

Meeting Info: Weekly
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Strategy Games Club

Purpose: To provide opportunity for students and members to learn and play strategy games

Meeting Info: Weekly
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Stone Soup Vegetarian Coop

The Stone Soup Co-op is an alternate meal plan for vegetarians, vegans and those with special dietary needs. Meat-eaters are welcome as well, though no meat is allowed in the co-op. Members are responsible for the entire operation including cooking and cleaning up from meals and ordering the food. The co-op is located near Fenton lounge in Booth and Centennial Hall.

Theatre Guild

Purpose: Theatre Guild strives to do a varied amount of performing arts activities that anyone can be involved in. Our goal is to be an active and fun arts group that welcomes people with open arms. 

Meeting Info: Monthly
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Trading Card Club

Purpose: The purpose of the TCC club is to bring those together who have similar interests in not only the games themselves, but the logic, effort, and team work that goes behind the creation of a deck.

Meeting Info:  Monthly
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Veticus

Purpose: To give students interested in veterinary medicine and other careers with animals a club that will help prepare them for that career. We work to bring in a variety of speakers and mini field trips to help broaden our knowledge and experience working with animals. 

Meeting Info: Bi-monthly on Mondays, 
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For more information

Alex Ulbricht

Director of Campus Involvement

Kennedy Center
330-569-5182
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