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Ofelyas great grandmother Hayastan (left of first row) and great grandfather Vagharshak (right of first row), along with her grandfather Albert (boy in the back row holding the dog).

Recognizing the Armenian Genocide is the first step to stop the cycle of war

Jane Partizpanyan, Contributor September 27, 2021

Ofelya Hunanyan, a CSUN student and immigrant, shares the story of her family’s survival during the Armenian Genocide in order to commemorate the one year anniversary of the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war. Many...

Dickran Khodanian, 21, senior, history major, volunteering this past summer at a day camp in Proshyan, Armenia, with the AYF Youth Corps program.

CSUN student helps educate others on Armenian culture

Alik Ourfalian October 30, 2014

Khodanian, 21, a history major with a minor in Armenian Studies, often heard his grandparents telling him stories. These were stories about their childhood, their parents and about their people.These...

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