New England

By Robert Dulgarian CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The opening of the centenary of the Armenian Genocide saw an extraordinary wave of commemorations. Lectures, symposia, exhibitions, concerts, marches, petitions, and book publications created a[...]

WINCHESTER, Mass. — The Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) will hold its Annual Meeting on Sunday, May 15, at the Armenian Cultural Foundation, in Arlington. Anaïde Nahikian, of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, will[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenians of Istanbul faced extraordinary conditions in the 1920s. Reeling from the chaos and losses of the World War I Genocide, they had little to guide them as they looked to the future. In the first in-depth study of[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — President of Armenia Serge Sargisian delivered a speech at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University on March 30. He also met with Armenian students there and[...]

By Alin K. Gregorian Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN — President Serge Sargisian, accompanied by several ministers and advisors, paid a four-day visit to Massachusetts starting March 28, where he strengthened his country’s ties with[...]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — On Sunday, April 24, the Armenian Martyrs’ Memorial Committee of Rhode Island will commemorate the 101sth Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. A special service commemorating the Holy Martyrs will be held at North[...]

By Stuart Anderson BOSTON (Forbes) — Noubar Afeyan was born to Armenian parents in Lebanon. At the age of 13, he immigrated with his family to Canada and attended college there. Noubar was accepted to a Ph.D. program at the Massachusetts[...]

By Joseph Blumberg HANOVER, New Hampshire (Dartmouth Now) — The CLP prize, named in honor of the three chemists who shared a 1987 Nobel Prize — Donald J. Cram of the U.S., Jean-Marie Lehn of France, and Charles J. Pedersen, also of the[...]

KITTERY, Maine — Artists at War – offering testimonies of creative minds affected by brutalities of our times – today announced a new multi-media platform dedicated to bringing first-hand interviews with artists living in war[...]

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Mark Ojakian, president of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) system, has announced that Mary A. Papazian will resign as president of Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) effective July 1,[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Armenian Business Network (ABN) is a relatively new Armenian group based in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 2011, it has grown quickly and has close to 10,000 members now. It[...]