Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Yesterday I had the pleasure of welcoming students from Anatolia College to the State House for a brief tour and discussion of the role that Greek Americans and Greek culture have played in the history of our state. These students, in Boston to participate in the Harvard Model United Nations Conference, were enthusiastic and engaging.
Anatolia College is a special institution, founded in 1886 at the Merzifon Seminary in Greece. Today it is housed on an expansive campus in Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city. American operations are based on Beacon Hill.
Please visit http://www.anatolia.edu.gr/intro.jsp?extLang=LG to learn more about the school and its history.