Worcester

WATERTOWN — After a period of expansion, Armenian studies in the United States appeared to have entered a slump or slow period. This seems to be changing again, with the establishment of new academic centers, chairs and programs,[...]

WORCESTER — Clark University’s Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies has announced that Dr. Asya Darbinyan will serve as visiting professor in Armenian Genocide Studies at the Strassler Center for the coming academic[...]

WORCESTER, Mass. – Van Mihrean Aroian passed away peacefully in Worcester, MA, on July 14, 2021. Born in Boston in 1927, Van was the middle child of Mihran and Satenig Aroian, a survivor of the Armenian Genocide, and had two sisters,[...]

By Ken Martin Special to the Mirror-Spectator WORCESTER , Mass. – Worcester, the “Mother City” in America for Armenian immigrants seeking sanctuary since the late 19th century from political oppression and Genocide, and a hub for[...]

WORCESTER — The American University of Armenia (AUA) prides itself on its curriculum and state-of-the-art facilities. Now, they are able to give an opportunity to several students to study at one of the most renowned institutions of[...]

WORCESTER — On Saturday, September 29, the Armenian churches of Worcester County will hold their eighth annual Benefit Dance. Guests can enjoy Armenian, Arabic and Greek dance music from 7.30 p.m. to 1 a.m. All funds raised will be[...]

WORCESTER, Mass. — After the 1915 Armenian Genocide, Krikor Guerguerian, a priest and genocide survivor, traveled the world collecting evidence to document the atrocities. Taner Akçam, the Robert Aram and Marianne Kaloosdian and[...]

WORCESTER — The opening of the Gallery of Enamel Art with the exhibit “Mary Aroian, 40+ Years of Color,” took place on September 14 and 15. Artist Aroian and her two sons Raffi and Mihran hosted approximately 200 visitors over the[...]

WORCESTER — Four Armenian Churches in the Worcester area are coming together for the seventh year in a row to serve a higher purpose: helping Armenian refugees fleeing Syria in the wake of its destruction. On September 29, the four[...]

By Bonnie Russell WORCESTER (Telegram & Gazette) — Clark University history professor Taner Akçam will be honored for the decades he has spent gathering historical evidence to document the 1915 Armenian genocide, the mass killings[...]