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Have you ever pondered what it means to be human nowadays? Considering the fact that this question is extremely vague and difficult to be...

Although Nicholas Economides was offered the job by Greek PM Samaras, he preferred to stay at NYU. See the the list with the (partially)...

Harvard University has published the two last collections of the Greek poet Odysseas Elytis, Oxopetra Elegies and West of Sorrow. Both collections, translated by David Connolly,...

The Harvard College Hellenic Society and Harvard College Turkish Students' Association will present 'Hello Anatolia,' a film about Greco-Turkish relations in the 21st century. The...

Harvard professors, Kenneth Rogoff and Carmen Reinhart, estimate that the time required for the recovery of the lost revenue during a banking crisis is...

Harvard University is asking alumni who had taken an online course to become volunteers as online mentors and discussion group managers and is offering...

Already beset by much criticism for making big money delivering lectures at Harvard on the Greek economic crisis he helped create, former Prime Minister...

While a fifth of Greeks have been pushed into poverty by austerity measures he imposed on the orders of international lenders, former Prime Minister...

The Onassis Foundation organized a workshop entitled: Science, Technology and Ethics-Old Theories and new Challenges which was held at Harvard University under the auspices...

Diane Kochilas, Greek food guru in New York, on Oct. 4 will be meeting Harvard students interested in learning more about the Greek diet...

A snippet of ancient papyrus studied by a Harvard professor indicates that early Christians believed Jesus was a married man, contrary to traditional belief....