published on: 23.12.2010
The Adventures of Decimus
By Jeff Landale
Our intrepid adventurer brought along a Playmobil centurion on his journeys from the island of Aegina to the heights of Mt. Olympus. Click here for the epic tale of a tiny man.
published on: 08.12.2010
By Michael Mercado
Άγιον Όρος, better known as Mount Athos or the Holy Mountain to non-Greek speakers is a place filled with spirituality, serenity, and beauty.
published on: 07.12.2010
Athens and Augustus: Greeks, Romans & a Jewish King
A famous emperor, a famous king and a famous city. What do they all have in common? Prof. Mark Toher explained in his December 1 lecture that Herod, king of the Jews, restored amicable relations...
published on: 09.11.2010
On Athens and Berlin...
By Robert Abrams
Comparing Europe's most orderly capital (Berlin) with perhaps its messiest (Athens).
published on: 27.10.2010
When the West Re-Discovered Athens
Athens' modern existence had almost slipped out of the West's memory before two architects journeyed here and revived not only Athens but all of Greek style.
published on: 22.10.2010
Representing Country and Alma Mater
By Kathy Chu
Every year the Greek Fulbright Foundation hosts a US college fair for students in Athens. This year CYA students helped out.
published on: 19.10.2010
Marathon: Myth and Reality
Prof. John Karavas delivered a class lecture on "Marathon: Myth and Reality" to mark the 2,500 year anniversary of the battle.
published on: 16.10.2010
Caving and Culture on Crete
By Robert Abrams
CYA spends a week each fall on the island of Crete, a place rich in its own history and culture. Sometimes it needs a bit of imagination.
published on: 09.10.2010
Introduction to Greece and the Greek
By Robert Abrams.
A first taste of Greece and the Greeks. Greek hospitality has taken a hit with the economic crisis but all is far from lost.
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