March 4, 2024
  • Reflections

    Happy 90th to The Armenian Weekly

    Per the internet, the first Armenian language newspaper ever published was Azdarar.  It was first published on October 16, 1794 in Madras, India. The first Armenian language newspaper in the United States was the Hairenik [...]
  • Reflections

    Reflecting on my last NAT as an AYF member

    When you’re in your 18th and final year in the AYF-YOARF, every event that you attend just feels a little different. You’ve been to them all at this point in your AYF career, but there [...]
  • Community News

    Marking 90 years of The Armenian Weekly

    March 1, 2024 is the 90th anniversary of The Armenian Weekly—a milestone made possible by the visionary work of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, the Hairenik newspaper editors of 1934 and a community dedicated to the [...]
  • Sports

    Armenian Sports Wrap: February Finale

    From a Middle Eastern tennis triumph to an undefeated boxing record put to the test, Armenian athletes had a fruitful finale to February. The now No. 15 men’s tennis player in the world Karen Khachanov [...]

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