Everyone had a good time, but they didn't save leftovers for us! :(
CASA BBall for the win!
Yummy food! Yay!
Our fellow CASA members performed, and we all had a blast!
Fun with CASA Families and good food!
Say hello to CASA Board 2014!
The Freshman Liaisons this year did a wonderful job with the Freshman Hot Pot event, providing free hot pot to nearly 100 people.
We invited Harvard's CSA to come eat hot pot with us the night before the big Harvard-Yale game.
We asked everyone to share what they liked about Chinese culture, as well as thoughts about racism towards Asian Americans in different aspects of the world.<br>
We usually have Noodle Night but this year we switched it up and decided to do Wonton Night. Needless to say, it was quite a successful event (and delicious) event!
Our first CASA hangout of the new academic year! Lots of food, games, and CASPY crane making.
Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival with moon cakes, tea, haikus, and gift cards. Shout out to our partner TAS for helping out with this event!
Kickin' off CASA for the Fall 2013 semester and grouping upperclassmen with wonderful freshman children.
Publisher, reporter, and co-founder of Plympton, Jennifer 8. Lee, came to Yale to talk about her experiences in journalism and start ups.
Kicking off our board liaisons program, CASA Board hosted our first CASA Hangout. We had a delightful selection of Asian snacks and games. The screams from the hardcore ERS game rang throughout WLH.
CASA teamed up with CUSY to give away over a thousand dollars worth of Chinese food to the Yale public in celebration of Chinese New Year! Even after all the free food was gone, most stayed to enjoy some intense karaoke.
Old board made way for new board at Oaxaca Kitchen for CASA's Turnover Banquet. After the delectable meal, we watched new board's parody of Mean Girls: CASA Girls.
To start the spring semester off strong, CASA Board 2013 brought CASA together for scallion pancakes and games of ninja. But tensions rose and drama ensued when it came time to reveal the winners of the raffle prizes.
The CASA membership decided who would lead them for all of 2013. Congratulations to all the new board members!
Home-cooked noodles by CASA Board were a hit at the AACC. We slaved away for hours making five different types of noodles for all of Yale to enjoy!
Unbeknownst to most, CASA is actually a triad that meets weekly to discuss assassinations and drug deals... I mean... play board games and drink mocktails.
Singer and entertainer, Larissa Lam, came to Yale for a Master's Tea at the Pierson's Master's House. After the talk, we enjoyed a delightful meal with Larissa and Master G.
CASA celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival with a mooncakes and tea study break! The mooncakes were delicious and we used so many water boilers that we shorted out the circuits in LC101.