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Biographies chronicle the Armenian Genocide

Nearly 40 students and faculty members gathered in the West Dining Room last week to hear Aghop Der-Karabetian read from his translated works “Jail to Jail,” true stories of survival from the Armenian Genocide of 1915.

Date marks anniversary of Armenian Genocide

People butchered on the street, blood too dry to run down the drain rots in the sun. Mothers in mourning, orphans in begging -- melancholy all around. This is the story that many Armenian elders pass on to their children, their memories of the Armenian Genocide ignites a flame in all their descendant's heart. The flame will never die.

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Campus news for the week of April 19, 1991.

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