Greek-American Nadia Kountoures, one of the nation’s youngest and female pilots, channeled her passion for airplanes and flying into a career.
The PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation is committed to preserving the legacy of late Founder Chris P. Tomaras. They’ll present $250,000 in scholarships and honor his memory, at the Awards Ceremony and Gala, this June 18.
Welcome Aysha Nasir, as she reflects upon the continued relevance of the wisdom of the ancients.
Following the extraordinary success of the Trials of Socrates and Orestes, the National Hellenic Museum brings back the former prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges from previous years as they take on another case from the annals of Greek history: The Trial of Antigone vs. Creon.
WindyCity Greek‘s Sports & Media Correspondent Terry Poulos is also an artist! His sculptures inspired by the world’s oldest computer are on display in Chicago.
Richard Allen Posner, the most cited legal scholar of the 20th century, will discuss the influence of Greek philosophers, Aristotle in particular, on America’s founders, laws, and institutions, at the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago.
Introducing a new feature, with our staff’s top picks of Greek-related articles we’ve seen on the Internet.
Food, music, crafts and fun at the National Hellenic Museum’s family Christmas party