Payline and Tomo (photo by Rupen Janbazian)

Tomo of Istanbul

Special for the Armenian Weekly “Before traveling to Europe, [Armenian writer Yeghishe] Charents visited this city with his good friend, Avetik Isahakian. It’s unclear as to how long he stayed; perhaps 10 or 15 days. I’m not completely sure. It is said, however, that he stayed in this [more...]

December 12, 2014 // 4 Comments

In our program we have had a lot of success: 97 percent of our graduates have found work in Armenia.

An Interview with Amalya Yeghoyan of the Gyumri IT Center

The Gyumri IT Center (GITC) was founded about nine years ago to provide education in information technologies in the Gyumri region. Gyumri, Armenia’s second largest city, was heavily damaged by the 1988 earthquake. An objective of the GITC is to provide a pool of IT expertise in the area to [more...]

August 28, 2014 // 0 Comments

A young protester holds up a sign at the Tewsbury, Mass. store. (Photo by Nanore Barsoumian/The Armenian Weekly)

Basket Case: Store Director Gulezian Discusses Market Basket Saga

Special for the Armenian Weekly Manchester, N.H. (A.W.)—As the conflict between Market Basket’s employees and Board of Directors surrounding the firing of CEO Arthur T. Demoulas enters its third month, the Armenian Weekly sought an inside perspective on the standoff that has made the news as [more...]

August 4, 2014 // 2 Comments

HIVE co-founder Laura Bilazarian

Meet HIVE, the Armenian LinkedIn with a Powerful Twist

No Armenian online project in recent memory has generated as much global buzz as HIVE, a website launched earlier this year. HIVE is the first virtual network designed specifically to accelerate the inception and growth of Armenian (and even part-Armenian) internet startups. It enables them to [more...]

July 17, 2014 // 0 Comments

Razmik Panossian

A Bold New Plan: Interview with Razmik Panossian

Razmik Panossian As Diasporan Armenian organizations struggle to shift their focus to better accommodate the needs facing Armenians worldwide—both in the independent republics, as well as in communities faced with renewed challenges—the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation recently drafted a bold [more...]

June 13, 2014 // 5 Comments

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