Fast-growing Hiram College has opened a brand new $4.5 million, 18,000-sq.ft. dining facility, replacing its decades old Miller Dining Hall. The food court style eatery is highlighted by a brick pizza and bread oven and a voluminous salad bar, as well as flat-screen menu display monitors. There is seating for 425 in the two-story communal space, which is lighted by floor-to-ceiling windows. The school, near Cleveland, has seen an enrollment increase of more than 50 percent, from 720 to 1,150, in the past five years.