The Hellenic College Holy Cross Ambassador Basketball Team is in Oklahoma City this weekend, from January 14 to January 17, to participate in the Metropolis of Denver GOYA Basketball Tournament. The team will play an exhibition game against the coaches.
Panayiotis League, Instructor of Modern Greek Studies and Music at Hellenic College, is in Tarpon Springs through January 12, giving a series of lectures on traditional Greek music, in conjunction with the annual Epiphany celebrations. He was invited by the City of Tarpon Springs and the Florida Folklife Association.
The Very Reverend Dr. Joachim Cotsonis, Director of the Archbishop Iakovos Library and Learning Resource Center, and Byzantine art historian, was recently appointed by Dumbarton Oaks of Harvard University to participate in and serve as an iconographic consultant for the international Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Seals Workshop. Fr. Cotsonis' research and publication specialty is devoted to the religious images found on Byzantine seals, of which Dumbarton Oaks has the largest collection. His presentation was in the session devoted to international standards for images. Dumbarton Oaks gathered numerous international scholars for this event in order to plan for its future digitization of its seal collection. Fr.
This interview is taken from the December 2010 issue of The Orthodox Observer. In it, Father Nicholas Triantafilou reflects on his ten years of service as President of Hellenic College and Holy Cross.
By Jim Golding, Editor in Chief of The Orthodox Observer
BROOKLINE, Mass. – For Fr. Nicholas Triantafilou, his service to the Church has been a kind of Odyssey, but not one that has taken him throughout the Mediterranean, just over much of the continental U.S.
A native of Woburn, Mass., Fr.
The Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Theological School Chorale, the Metropolis of Boston Federation of Greek Orthodox Musicians' Chamber Choir and the Greater Boston Strings will present a Christmas Concert on Sunday, December 12, 2010, at 3 PM at the Maliotis Cultural Center on the campus of Hellenic College, 50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline, MA. A donation of $10 is requested. Students attend free.
Ten freshman students entering Hellenic College this year were awarded Chrysostom Scholarships. Any winner on the parish level of the St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Contest (sponsored by the Archdiocese Department of Religious Education) is eligible for the scholarship provided they meet entrance requirements and maintain a 3.0 GPA. The award is for 100% of tuition the first year and 80% the following three years. This year's recipients, from eight states, are Alexis Campbell, Irene Drackley, Anna Efthimiadis, Sophia Hailer, Erin Hunt, Melissa Likiadopoulos, Emmanuel Maginas, Sebastian Mot, Theodosios Palis and Jessica Tindle.
Below is a list of upcoming events at Hellenic College Holy Cross. For a complete list, please refer to our Campus Calendar.