A family away from home.
Whether you are a freshman or a returning member, welcome. CASA is a student organization on campus dedicated to providing new and old students with a place to celebrate Chinese culture and meet new people. Don’t be discouraged! This organization is not reserved solely for Chinese American students. We have a multi-cultural melting pot of a family and we unite under social, cultural, and community-based interests. Stay tuned for upcoming GMs, family events, weekend retreats, tailgates, and much more!
Celebrate Thanksgiving the old-fashioned way with your family away from home! Come join USC CASA and UCLA ACA in our annual Thanksgiving Potluck! ACA will be providing the main dishes while we will be bringing the desserts! CASA board will be preparing a lot of food, but FEEL FREE to bring anything to add to the feast! The more the merrier! [Members: FREE//Non-Members: $2]
USC CASA is proud to welcome our executive board for the 2013-2014 school year!
President/EVP – Justine Huang
IVP – Sandra Luo
Treasurer – Tyler Chan
Secretary/Funding – Jiawei Chen
Alumni Relations Director – Ray Huang
Athletics Director – Nico Ransinangue
C3 Representative – Heidi Homma
Culture Show – Jeff Wang, Tess Wu
Cultural-Community Director – Tracy Huang
Events Director – Charlene Nguyen
General Staff – Sarah Vu
Publicity Director/Historian – Alex Barthelemy
Publicity Director/Webmaster – Joanne Chen
Social Director – Christy Wong
Senior Advisor – Martin Chen
Staff Advisor – Jerry Lin
We have exciting events coming up, so make sure to add our events to your calendar. To keep up with USC CASA, visit our Facebook group page. See you there!
Outside of USC CASA
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