Topic: Armenian Mirror-Spectator

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Mirror-Spectator is very pleased to have worked with Taleen Postian, a talented intern from New York, this summer. As in previous years, the financial support of the Armenian Students Association Journalism[...]

WATERTOWN — Starting with this issue, readers may notice some changes to the newspaper’s appearance. The changes to the fonts and format have been made to freshen up the look of the paper. While we have been happy with how the paper[...]

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[...]