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Baylor University’s New Greek Summer Program

The Classics Department of Baylor University, one of the top Texan colleges and universities, offers an Intensive Greek summer program aiming to help students...

Top 5 Greek Restaurants in NY

The Big Apple has something to offer for every taste. With a strong Greek diaspora population residing in Astoria, Queens, it is almost natural...

Harvard’s MOOC on Ancient Greek Hero

From March 13th the classics department of Harvard University will offer The Ancient Greek Hero as a free open access course through edX, the online learning...

FBI Enters Greek Custody Case

"My name is Alissa Zagaris and I am a Noblesville mother hopefully nearing the end of her international child abduction nightmare. I have spent the...

Greek Tech Company Moves To Conn.

Lured by an investment from Connecticut Innovations (CI), the state’s quasi-public authority responsible for growing Connecticut businesses through innovative financing and strategic assistance, Advent...

CYPRECO’s Show Of Khirokitia

CYPRECO of America, Inc. will present the history and culture of Khirokitia, one of the most important pre-historic sites on Cyprus and of...

Karmanos Gives Detroit College $1 Million

Compuware Executive Chairman Peter Karmanos Jr. and his wife, Danialle, recently donated $1 million to the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. The donation...

Maskaleris To Get AHC’s Saloutos Award

The Board of Directors of the American Hellenic Council (AHC) has announced its decision to honor Professor, author and poet Thanasis Maskaleris with the Theodore Saloutos...

US Cities With Greek Names

More than 100 cities and villages across the USA have been named after Greek cities, mythological heroes and historical figures of ancient and modern...

Americans Like Nameberry’s for Greek Girl Names

A recent post in Nameberry's blog was dedicated to the growing popularity of Greek names in the USA. American parents both celebrities or not...

Queens College Records Stories of Greek Immigrants

Queens College Sociology Professor Nicholas Alexiou launched an innovative oral history project on Jan. 24, that collects and records the stories of Greek immigrants...

Repower Greece Discussion Series in the US‏

The international public diplomacy campaign Repower Greece is organizing an academic discussion series that will take place from Feb. 3 to 12, in 14...

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