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ASA holds art gallery in remembrance of the Armenian Genocide

ASA holds art gallery in remembrance of the Armenian Genocide

Saffana Hijaz

April 25, 2015

The Armenian Student Association (ASA) hosted the opening of their first Armenian-based art gallery on April 23. Several people crowded the Art and Design building's West Gallery in remembrance of the Armenian Genocide 100 years ago on April 24, 1915. The gallery featured 24 pieces of artwork collected...

Armenian Student Association stands silently in remembrance of genocide

Armenian Student Association stands silently in remembrance of genocide

Araceli Castillo

January 30, 2014

Students of the CSUN Armenian Student Association (ASA) organized a silent protest in front of the Oviatt Library on Thursday. Throughout the California State Universities, members of ASA protested to bring awareness to the Armenian Genocide of 1915, when the Turkish government sought to deport and m...

Art professor Owen Doonan studies ruins in Turkey

Reanna Delgadillo

September 13, 2010

Art professor Owen P. Doonan has embarked on a research tour nearly every summer for the past 15 years to study and document ancient sites in Turkey. Doonan has traveled many miles along his journey and even published his own book “Sinop Landscapes: Exploring Connection in a Black Sea Hinterland.” “I...

Stop the politicking and recognize Armenian genocide

Taleen Khalafian

March 30, 2010

Taleen Khalafian Contributing reporter France has done it. Italy, Germany, and Switzerland have done it, too. About twenty countries (and forty-two U.S. states) have officially recognized the Armenian Genocide. Now, it’s time for the United States government to step up and do the same. Doing so w...

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