Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA — On June 21, the Armenian kef music world bid a farewell to pioneering bandleader and multi-instrumentalist Henry “Hank” Mardigian. He was 93. Born in Philadelphia on July 19, 1928, Mardigian was a bandleader and[...]

By Stephan Pechdimaldji As a grandson of survivors of the Armenian Genocide, the Senate race in Pennsylvania between Dr. Mehmet Oz and Lt. Governor John Fetterman holds a special meaning for me, and thousands of Armenian-Americans. For[...]

WATERTOWN (NYT, Fox, CNN) — Heart surgeon turned television star Dr. Mehmet Oz is now the presumed Republican candidate for the US Senate in Pennsylvania running against current Pennsylvania Democratic Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman,[...]

Let us put aside the matter of whether cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Mehmet Cengiz Oz promoted questionable medical products and information on his television show, or his ideology in the context of American politics for a moment. For[...]

By Shannon Sigafoos EASTON, Penn. (news.lafayette.edu) — When she first walks into a room, Ani Khachadourian ’25 seems like your average first-year college student. Clad in a Lafayette Athletics jacket with a bag of books slung over[...]

WYNNEWOOD, Penn. — “A nation that forgets its past has no future.” This quote, often attributed to Sir Winston Churchill, serves as the inspiration and guiding force for a group of hard-working volunteers who are giving of themselves[...]

PHILADELPHIA — Anahid (Derderian) Megerian passed away on November 22, 2021. She was 81. She was born June 25, 1940 in Aleppo, Syria, to Armen and Marie (Alabashian) Derderian who were survivors of the Armenian Genocide. She was their[...]

BOSTON – In March 2021, on the eve of the 106th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Peace of Art, Inc., launched its annual education campaign by displaying electronic billboards in the state of Massachusetts, USA. The message on this[...]

HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Penn. – Set Charles Momjian, 91, of Huntingdon Valley, well-known antiques collector and advisor to presidents, died on Monday, April 12 after a long illness. He was born in Atlantic City on April 9, 1930 to Julia and[...]

RADNOR, Penn. – Masks. Zoom. Temperature Checks. Social Distancing. Outbreaks. Being a student or teacher has always had its fair share of difficulties, but this past year has unleashed more new hurdles and unfamiliar concepts to[...]