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Greek Banker to be Honored by Hellenic American Association

The Hellenic American Association for Professionals in Finance (HABA) will honor Dr. George Handjinicolaou, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Piraeus Bank and...

Modern Greek Women Who Inspire Us (video)

To mark International Women's Day, we selected just a few Greek women who are making a positive contribution to our world, be it in...

Leadership 100 Celebrated 35 Years of Advancing Hellenism and Orthodoxy in America

  Leadership 100, one of the most prominent organizations advancing Orthodoxy and Hellenism in America, celebrated the 35th anniversary of its founding on February 21-24...

Eleni Kounalakis Named California’s International Affairs and Trade Chief

Lieutenant Governor of California Eleni Kounalakis has recently been designated by Governor Gavin Newsom as his top representative to advance California’s economic interests abroad. Eleni...
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Tarpon Springs: The ‘Greek Island’ of the United States

Tarpon Springs, in Pinellas County, Florida, resembles a Greek island, with its blue and white structures, street names, the boats in the harbor, and...

Athens’ Benaki Museum Team to Speak at Harvard

The National Hellenic Society is organizing an event in which representatives of the prestigious Benaki Museum in Athens will discuss the past and future of...
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Archimedean Academy: The Best School in Miami Teaches the Art of Thinking in Greek!

The Archimedean Academy in Miami is a public school that aims to initiate young minds into the art of thinking through the teaching of...

Boston College Creates Minor in Ancient Greek

The Classics Department at Boston College announced this week their creation of a Minor in Ancient Greek. Students minoring in Ancient Greek will take 4-5...

Greek Immigrant Who Embodied the American Dream Dies in Durham, NC

Piraeus-born Andrew George Kallianos, PhD, passed away on Wednesday, February 12, 2019 at his home in Durham, North Carolina, aged 88. He was the son...

Hippocrates Found “Not Guilty” in Trial 2,300 Years After the Fact

Hippocrates, the father of medicine, was found "Not Guilty" last week at a Chicago's National Hellenic Museum (NHM) event as modern-day judges, lawyers and...

New York Actress Anthoula Katsimatides Runs for Office on Tiny Greek Island

Actor, writer and producer Anthoula Katsimatides announced recently that she is running for office in the birthplace of her parents -- the beautiful island...

Microsoft Borrows Appeal of Santorini to Name New Project

Microsoft has apparently honored the idyllic Greek island by naming its lightweight operation system, which is currently under development, "Santorini." According to industry insiders, the new...

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