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Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology Gets $2.4 Million Gift from Athens

The Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (HCHC) has recently received a gift of two million euros ($2,388,000) from Greece.

Greek Astronomer Confirms Einstein with his Black Hole Study

The first image of a black hole, captured in 2019 by Greek astronomer Dimitrios Psaltis, has revealed more support for Einstein's theory of general relativity.

Greek-American Paul Alivisatos Named University of Chicago President

Prominent Greek-American chemist and University of Chicago alumnus Paul Alivisatos was named the 14th president of the University of Chicago.

Greece, USA Participate in Joint Naval Exercises in Arabian Gulf

Greek and U.S. Coast Guard and naval forces conducted joint exercises in the Arabian Gulf in one of the most strategically-important areas of the world.

Greek-American Yannis Dimoulis Creates Community Through Comedy

Designer Yannis Dimoulis uses his platform of over 23,000 followers to explore the often-comedic nuances of being Greek-American.

Leadership 100 Conference Pays Tribute to Greek Bicentennial

The 30th Annual Leadership 100 Conference, held virtually, which ran from February 17-19, 2021, concluded with a resounding musical program last Friday.

When Will Americans Be Allowed to Travel to Greece This Year?

Americans have been a major part of summer tourism in Greece. Although they may not make up the largest contingent of visitors, they spend more.

Panel Says Single-Dose Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Safe and Effective

A new, single- dose coronavirus vaccine produced by Johnson & Johnson is now set for FDA approval for emergency use.

The Greek Shepherd Who Became Chicago’s Greatest Marketing Genius

Marketing genius can take many forms -- from the "Music Man" salesmen of the early 1900s, selling band instruments to poor townspeople -- to the person who started the "Bernie with Mittens" phenomenon, prompting the veteran Vermont senator to...

The Greek War of Independence Through American Eyes

Hellenic College Holy Cross and Stockton University will celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the Greek War of Independence with a special exhibition

Bourla Vows to Double Vaccine Production as Biden Visits Pfizer

U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday met with Pfizer Inc CEO Albert Bourla and asked for fulfilment of the country's COVID-19 vaccine stockpile by summer

Lia Bozonelis Interview: Making “Safer at Home” Thriller in a Pandemic

While a lot of Hollywood has been dealing with the pandemic, writer/producer Lia Bozonelis decided to make a movie, called "Safer at Home."

Greek-American Artist Zoe Behrakis Releases Third Single: ‘Strangers’

Up-and-coming Greek-American pop singer Zoe Behrakis has released her third single, called "Strangers," on Friday. It is available on all streaming platforms.

Stanford’s Professor Ioannidis Weighs In on Coronavirus Vaccines

In an exclusive interview, Stanford University Professor Dr. John Ioannidis assessed the different vaccines being administered around the world.

NASA Rover Sends First Images of Mars

The NASA rover, Perseverance, which successfully landed in a deep crater on Thursday on Mars, sent over the first grainy pictures of the 'red' planet.