The event of Khayyam was a poem rehearsal event in UNT held by Iranian Student association in North Dallas.
We thank everyone who could attend this event and we hope to see you next year.
Please Join us to celebrate Nowruz 1398 with music, speech, pastries, dinner and party.
When: Saturday from 7-10 Pm , March 23th 2019.Continue reading “Iranian New year’s celebration party on Mar 23th 2019 , Nowruz 1398”
IRSA wins Brick Reveal Award 2018 as the best new student organization of 2018.
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Please come and join IRSA for an Iranian theatrical reading of “Afra” a work by Bahram Beizaei.Continue reading “Iranian theatrical reading of Bahram Beizaei works in UNT”
Thanks everyone for your hard work in IRSA. Iranian student organization at UNT is honored to announce that we have won the award for the New Students Organization award of the year 2018.Continue reading “IRSA won the New Students Organization award of the year 2018”
University Day, first held May 10, 1961, marks the day North Texas State College became North Texas State University, and is an annual event where we celebrate our university status with free food, activities, and music.Continue reading “University day 2018”
Persian new year of 2018 which is the 1397 solar calendar year in Iran.
This year Iranian Student association at UNT celebrated the new year in UNT’s union ballroom.Continue reading “Norouz 2018 big event by IRSA”
The National TEA event was held by UNT international and welcoming center at Willis library which coincidentally was close to Iranian New Year or Nowruz. Therefore, the IRSA community gathered around and celebrated this momentous time with Haft Sin or traditional 7-S table set.
Haft-sin also spelled as Haft-seen (Persian: هفتسین, the seven seen’s) is a tabletop (sofreh) or (Haft Mewa,هفت میوه, the seven fruits) arrangement of seven symbolic items traditionally displayed at Nowruz, the Iranian new year. The haft-seen table includes seven items all starting with the letter Seen (letter) (fa) (س) in the Persian alphabet, all of which represent important concepts in Persian culture.
Here are some pictures of the Event.
On February 2018, IRSA took part in the international opportunities fair at UNT. The event was Continue reading “IRSA at UNT International Opportunities Fair”
In this event, our community president Nastaran Barhemmati andContinue reading “IRSA at UNT SGA Multi-Cultural Mixer”
International Mother Language Day (IMLD) is a worldwide annual observance held on 21 February to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and promote multilingualism. First announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999, it was formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in a resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.Continue reading “International Mother Language day 2018”
Mark your calendar for 24th of March for welcoming the spring festival (The Persian new year 1397) ?????
In this week Iran will present its culture with traditional dance. Delicious Foods and music.
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On November 2017 the 2nd, From 6 to 7:30 in the Student Union at University of North Texas, room 332 will be a ceremony in remembrance of Professor Maryam Mirzakhani, the first female Field prize winner in Mathematics.Continue reading “In remembrance of Iranian Math Genius Professor “Maryam Mirzakhani””
Once you land on DFW airport, though you can use the DART and Atrain lines (excluding Sundays), it is recommended to have someone pick you up and give you a ride to Denton.
Starting a new lifestyle in other continent is sometimes frustrating and expensive for newcomers. You actually do not need to spend too much money to buy stuffs for your home.
Our party began with our music group, Sounds of Persia, playing two piece of song regarding Norooz.
Persian Language, literature and poetry Presentation
Feb 21st, 2017
In this event couple of Iranian historical literature were presented, including a poem from Saadi Shirazi (1203-1292 C.E.).