Four Exceptional Humanitarians Chosen as Finalists for the $1 Million Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity

The Aurora Prize Selection Committee announced the four Aurora Prize finalists as Marguerite Barankitse Dr. Tom Catena, Syeda Ghulam Fatima and Father Bernard Kinvi,

16/03/2016, 23:15

Reflective Landscapes: Yerevan Battlegrounds, City Parks

Parks were a major source of pride in Yerevan. But what used to be Oval Park, a green belt that runs around the small city center, is covered now with a parade of café’s.

05/10/2015, 01:30

A Soldier’s Reflection on Joining the Armenian Armed Forces

Suren Stepanyan gives insight into the preparations young men go through prior to joining the army, and expresses the fears, struggles, and inevitable acceptance of being a soldier.

18/12/2014, 14:42

The Foul Smell of Money & My Grandfather’s Pension

Surely old Armenian bills are useless, but they do bring on memories of a bitter-sweet past, a past where a political transition was expressed in interesting ways through our currency...

14/11/2014, 16:41

Monte Melkonian and the Way of the Samurai – Changing Reality through Struggle

“The question arises unintentionally: ‘Why should I die if it has no use. Why should I pay with my life for nothing?’ These are value judgments of an egoistic man. When you have to make a choice, don’t allow the thoughts about use or profit sway your mind.

29/07/2014, 17:34