The Honor and Responsibility of Being Greek

By TNH Staff - December 12, 2017

The Hellenic Medical Society of New York’s (HMSNY) annual Gala on December 2 was one of the most successful events ever in the organization’s history. […]

On Top of Everything Else

By TNH Staff - December 8, 2017

We first broke the news on our website on the afternoon of December 6: the construction to rebuild the St. Nicholas National Shrine at Ground […]

“Why Not Give to Our Community?”

By TNH Staff - December 7, 2017

“It’s really extraordinary,” said Dr. Lee Goldman, Dean of Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons, about the $250 million donation made to the medical […]

Preserving the Greek Language

By Antonis H. Diamataris - December 2, 2017

The major Sunday Athenian newspaper To Vima offered to its readers, as it notes, “what was a first, rare, collectible primer of teaching Greek to […]

Tsipras’ Odor of Scandal

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 30, 2017

After the recent debate in the Greek Parliament on the sale of missiles to Saudi Arabia, a cloud of suspicion is hovering over the head […]

Political Harassment

By TNH Staff - November 26, 2017

A wave of sexual harassment allegations, from recent occurrences to acts dating as far back as forty years, have grabbed hold of the national media […]

Killing Greeks with Fires and Floods

By TNH Staff - November 22, 2017

Twenty people, including a 101-year-old woman drowned in her bed, wouldn’t have died in the floods that sank towns west of Athens if successive governments […]

Voutsis’ Son and Koufoudinas

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 16, 2017

As parents, we find the news quite disturbing that the son of the president of the Vouli – the Greek Parliament – was one of […]

Our Teachers, Then and Now

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 12, 2017

Each time a model teacher passes away, as Constantine Parthenis recently did, beyond the sorrow for the loss and the gratitude we feel for their […]

Both with Trump and Koufodinas?

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 10, 2017

The 48-hour furlough of Dimitris Koufodinas from prison exceeds to such an extent the limits of logic that it can be considered as an act […]