Topic: Armenian Mirror-Spectator

Dear readers, we at the Armenian Mirror-Spectator, like you, are trying to make sense of the immense calamity of COVID-19 worldwide. We are continuing to publish the newspaper but please beware that while we mail issues as always, the[...]

WATERTOWN — Fellow world citizens and readers of the Armenian Mirror-Spectator, we, like you, are trying to cope with the unprecedented state of emergency facing us now. We don’t know what the coming days will bring with them. What is[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — An overflow crowd gathered on Thursday, February 13, at the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) Vartan Gregorian Building for a panel titled “The Armenian-American Press in Perspective: Its[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) will host a panel discussion entitled “The Armenian-American Press in Perspective: Its Purposes, Challenges, and Future Prospects,” on Thursday,[...]

WATERTOWN — This summer, the Armenian Mirror-Spectator has had two interns in its offices, Nicholas Zoraian and Suren Mkrtchyan. Zoraian is currently participating in the Armenian General Benevolent Union Summer Internship Program in[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia Tigran Avinyan met with a Tekeyan Cultural Association of the United States and Canada (TCA) and Armenian Mirror-Spectator delegation on July 20. The Tekeyan representatives spoke about[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The papers of Helene “Hosmig” Pilibosian (1906-2018), editor, publisher and poetry, are accessible now at the Schlesinger Library of Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University. Pilibosian served as the[...]

LOS ANGELES — The Armenian Mirror-Spectator is expanding its coverage of the community in the Greater Los Angeles area, home to the largest concentration of Armenians in the world. Helping the Mirror-Spectator in this endeavor are a trio[...]

WYNNEWOOD, Penn. — Papken Megerian, vice chairman of the Armenian Democratic Liberal Party (Ramgavar) District Committee of the Eastern United States and Canada, publisher of the Armenian Mirror-Spectator and member of the Central Board[...]

Journalism and ‘Fake News’: The Armenian Genocide and Karabakh The Armenian Mirror-Spectator 85th Anniversary Symposium at Wellesley, with journalists Robert Fisk, David Barsamian, Philip Terzian and Amberin Zaman, moderated by[...]