Nowruz 1394 Celebration
The Iranian Student Association at NC State celebrated the Persian New Year on March 15th, 2015 at Talley Student Union!
More than 250 guests from across the triangle attended and enjoyed the ceremony. There was lots of entertainment including classical live performance by Ranam band, Nowruz Khany (Poetry Reading), Don’t forget the lyrics!, celebrity DJ Taba from Radio Javan, and of-
Moreover, we were honored to host the “Be the Match” organization at our Nowruz party. We appreciate those who lined up to help those who are in need, literally with a simple procedure they were giving someone life.
Yalda 1393 Celebration
Yalda Night (1393) was celebrated based on old Iranian ritual. This was an effort to promote Iranian cultural awareness as well as introducing Iranian rich culture to the people outside of our community.So many Iranian and non_Iranian gathered around to make a nice and unforgettable night.
Nowruz 1393 Celebration
Iranian New Year (1393) was celebrated based on our Iranian heritage. This is an effort to a more comprehensive and inclusive approach towards the Iranians residing in North Carolina with the aim of further promoting general awareness and understanding of the Persian culture within and outside of our community.
Welcome Party 1392
That was a nice event where you can socialize, establish new friendships, and have fun. This year, the ISA welcome party was held on Aug 30 in Witherspoon Student Center.
Each year, ISA hosts several events where members, Iranians residing in NC, and those who are interested in Iranian culture engage in fun and interesting activities while meeting new people.
These events are organized with special emphasis on our Persian heritage and aimed to introduce and promote Iranian culture.
Yalda 1392 Celebration
Yalda night, one of the most important Persian cultural events. The idea behind such events is promoting our culture and introducing our invaluable heritage to other nations
Nowruz 1392 Celebration
Iranian New Year (Nowruz 1392) was celebrated by ISA based on our Iranian heritage. This was an effort to a more comprehensive and inclusive approach towards the Iranians residing in North Carolina. ISA was honored to host over 320 guests from different countries, for the first time. It was our great pleasure to have Prof. Louis A. Martin-