- In 1919, as the world grappled with what the First World War meant for civilization, Columbia University initiated a daily course entitled “Introduction to Contemporary Civilization in the West.”
- Greek nonprofit M.A.Z.I. (With Solidarity We Live as Equals) honored the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) for its grant to the AHEPA University General Hospital of Thessaloniki.
- A huge number of academics with Greek roots live and work elsewhere around the world.
- A World Cup Champion with the Brazilian National Team in 2002 and a European Champion with FC Barcelona in 2006, Edmílson Moraes could easily content himself with looking back on a successful career.
- When visiting a traditional Greek village in the mountains, you likely wouldn’t be expecting to find an innovative technological hub there. But the village of Vamvakou is full of surprises.
- It’s easy for most Americans to get on board with the idea that civics education is good for democracy.
- Greek and German innovation firms are meeting, exchanging expertise, and organizing parallel workshops at the first Ιnnovation Forum: “Innovation as a Growth Lever - a Greek-German Cooperation.”
- The Dancing Fountains at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre (SNFCC) Canal continue to enchant visitors every day, with choreographies to melodies by composers including Hadjidakis and Shostakovich.
- For some, the countdown to Christmas begins on December 1. For kids in Athens—and everyone who becomes a kid again when it comes to Christmas—it begins today.