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The Parthenon, the Aghia Sophia, and the Elephant in the Room

The Parthenon, the Aghia Sophia, and the Elephant in the Room

Τhe feast of the Three Hierarchs traditionally coincides with the celebration of Greek Letters.
Fleeting Charters, Chronic Problems: A Change in Mentality is Paramount

Fleeting Charters, Chronic Problems: A Change in Mentality is Paramount

It’s a new year, but the Archbishop’s recent meeting at the Phanar regarding amendments to the Archdiocese of America’s Charter is more like a blast from the past.
A Scholarship Spree Mustn’t Overlook Pressing Realities

A Scholarship Spree Mustn’t Overlook Pressing Realities

Archbishop Elpidophoros’ recent pledge to offer full scholarships to all clergy from Jordan interested in attending Hellenic College/Holy Cross School of Theology is causing a stir.
Cosmetizing the Cosmos: Byzantine Hymnography on the Holidays

Cosmetizing the Cosmos: Byzantine Hymnography on the Holidays

“If Pascha is Christianity’s most radiant feast, Christmas is certainly the sweetest and most touching, which is why it was always considered to be a quintessential family holiday.
A Century Later, Can Greece Seize an Historic Opportunity?

A Century Later, Can Greece Seize an Historic Opportunity?

By some twist of fate, during the very same year Hellenism commemorates the centennial of the Asia Minor Catastrophe, an historic opportunity presents itself.
The Irony of the Midterm Elections – A Spectre for the Community to Avoid

The Irony of the Midterm Elections – A Spectre for the Community to Avoid

November’s midterm elections produced manifold results, with Republicans (barely) taking the House and Democrats retaining control of the Senate.
AHEPA, Dialectics, Drawers, and the Future of the Greek Language in the 21st Century

AHEPA, Dialectics, Drawers, and the Future of the Greek Language in the 21st Century

Along with the centennial anniversary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe, which must be commemorated to ensure that appropriate homage be paid to the victims of the genocide committed by the founders of modern-day Turkey, that the ancient cradles of Hellenism in Anatolia remain indelibly enshrined in our collective memory, and to learn from the mistakes of the past, the Greek-American Community is celebrating two more important anniversaries this year.
Rethinking Organizational Structure? The Case of the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater NY

Rethinking Organizational Structure? The Case of the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater NY

An October 6th story appearing in TNH’s Greek sister edition reporting that the ongoing turmoil in the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater New York is likely headed to court causes disappointment and pessimism regarding the prospects of the grass roots organized local Greek-American Community to play any significant role in the immediate future.
TNH at 25: What’s in Store for the Next Quarter Century?

TNH at 25: What’s in Store for the Next Quarter Century?

A quarter of a century has passed since The National Herald began being published regularly as a weekly English edition, to accompany its daily sister Greek edition Ethnikos Kirix.
Greek Education in America – Do it Like the SNFCC

Greek Education in America – Do it Like the SNFCC

In the early 2000s, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation ran an ad campaign for its proposal to develop the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center.

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