Hiram College

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Hiram College’s plan to reduce tuition by thirty-five percent for all undergrads could have an impact well beyond the school.

Hiram College President Lori Varlotta says the goal is to reduce the sticker shock of going to Hiram and ease concern when applying. Varlotta says in the past her students rarely paid the full price, which was $37,710.

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Hiram College Supports WKSU

Apr 22, 2019

Hiram College President Lori Varlotta came to WKSU studios to tell us why sponsorship on WKSU is a good fit for her institution. Hiram College is a major underwriter of the station, taking advantage of on-air, online and e-newsletter announcements. You can hear President Varlotta’s full testimonial here.

Thank you President Varlotta and Hiram College for supporting WKSU! Your company or organization can be a sponsor too by visiting www.wksu.org/corporate-sponsorship.

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Adults with developmental disabilities at a residential facility in Mantua are composing music.

They've found a means of creative expression thanks to the student musicians who've been helping them.

Zach is confined to a wheelchair.  Like many of the 128 people with developmental disabilities receiving services at the Hattie Larlham Center in Mantua, he needs 24-hour intensive medical care.

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A once common falcon is getting a boost from local researchers who are hoping to rebuild its numbers.

In this week’s Exploradio, WKSU’s Jeff St.Clair looks at efforts to improve living conditions for the tiny, but mighty kestrel.