The Armenian Student Association at Azusa Pacific University (APU), through the generous gift of APU alumnus Gary Mkrtchyan and family, dedicated a khachkar (cross-stone) to their campus on April 22.
The launching of a “United Nations (UN) Corner” took place in the Masis Youth (MY) Center on April 21 in the city of Masis of the Ararat province of Armenia, organized jointly by the UN Information Office in Yerevan and the Masis Development Foundation.
In remembrance of the Armenian Genocide, the Armenian Student Association of Azusa Pacific University will be hosting a Khachkar Dedication on April 22.
For all of us for all these years, Japan was a mystical and foreign place, an idea, home to samurai and sushi.
Students from Ayb High School in Armenia’s capital city made their second trip to Marion this week to compete in the National Robotics Challenge.
The Armenian Youth Federation as a part of their “24 Days of Action” campaign visited the elderly residents of Ararat Home on April 4, who shared their stories as children of Armenian Genocide survivors.
Armenian youth from Javakhk read letters they have written to soldiers defending the lands of the Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Republic.
The Armenian Youth Federation’s “With Our Soldiers” campaign hosted a commemorative event honoring the fallen soldiers from last year’s Four Day War in Artsakh.
The message of the April War is clear: our enemies have not changed, and neither have their goals.
How can we be indifferent when our homeland is under constant threat?