Student Eye

April 2, 2013
Image source: http://ostarmenia.com
41-year-old armenologist Mohammad Malek-Mohammadi is teaching Armenian students Persian more than two years. He came to Armenia from the city Esfahan in Islamic Republic of Iran on the basis of interstates agreements and lives in Yerevan with his wife and daughter. Mohammad learned Armenian in both countries in Iran and in Armenia. But Master's and PhD Associate Professor's degree he has got in... More...
March 4, 2013
Lonely Returns to Lovely Homeland After 20 Years' Absence
“I love the warmth and generosity of most Armenian people. Once you get to know someone, it is as if they are your family”, says Tate Vardanyan. She was born in Yerevan and moved to US with family when she was 7 years old and grew up in Manhattan, New York. Then she moved to Northern California... More...
February 28, 2013
Migration to homeland: A Story of a Syrian Armenian family
Syrian rebels and fights for over 2 years are the main reasons, which made hundreds of Armenian families, leave their birthplace and move to their native country. One of these families was the family of Manoukyans. The family's father 50 year-old Hrach Manoukyan, leaving behind his home and all the... More...
February 28, 2013
Back to Historical Homeland Called Armenia
19 year-old Mariam Saghatelyan is from the US, California. She is in her homeland Armenia over 5 years. Mariam moved out of the country with her family when she was 5, but as her parents love their homeland too much, they moved back to Armenia. "It was very different than what I was used to. I felt... More...
February 26, 2013
Czech's impression on Armenia
"The biggest treasure of Armenia is its nature," says 22-year-old Hana Křížková who is Czech by nationality. She is a member of Federation of Youth Clubs of Armenia and works in Naregatsi Art Institute. The first moment when she stood in Armenian ground was September 24, 2012. The reason of coming... More...
February 26, 2013
Mohit Choudhary: A piece of Indian in Armenia
Mohit Choudhary, 25-year-old Indian man, from New Delhi. In 2005 Armenia opened his gates for Mohit and this key was his future study in medicine. His exams points were decisive for him and now he is adopted in his second country as he used to say. "It was a bit difficult in the beginning ... More...
January 26, 2013
Courtesy of Heqiat
All parents want their children to be accepted to the best educational institutions and very often plan budget for their higher education before they are born, as fees for high-rated universities can be really expensive. However, before planning the budget for higher education, Armenian parents... More...
January 23, 2013
Sport without Press: Armenian Sports Federations do not Evaluate the Role of Media
The representatives of sports federations of Armenia very often blame the media for non-proper work. Media prefers to cover more popular kinds of sports with high ratings. There are 30 sports federations in Armenia and only one of them regularly uses/sends press releases. There are also federations... More...
January 21, 2013
Photo source: Yerevan.am
50-year-old Taron humped, with an uncared beard and big eyes hardly seen because of long hair stands in front of subway doors of Shengavit district trying to get warm. He has not a shelter and survives in the streets. "I am here, because I am not lucky enough to have good children," says Taron. The... More...
January 20, 2013
Courtesy Photo
Figure Skating fails to develop in Armenia. The only figure skating school in Shengavit district in Yerevan is in awful condition- no ice rink, only a few halls for gymnastics. The children studying there have to train in the open air skating rink of Karapi Lich (Swan lake) near the Opera House and... More...
February 9, 2012
photo image from video
After waiting in the queue for two hours in one of the Gyumri post offices, Alvard Mkrtchyan, 70, finally gets her monthly pension. Alvard’s pension, which is 30,000 AMD (US$75), is the only source of money for her 6-member family: her ill son, daughter-in-law and three teenage grandchildren. “My... More...
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