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Events & Socials

FALL SEMESTER

Activities Fair: Join the members of CSO at W&M Hall during Orientation to hear what the organization is all about!

Harvest Moon Festival: In mid-September, CSO's new and returning members put on a show in celebration of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival.

Dim Sum/VA Beach: CSO's dues-paying members travel to Jade Villa Chinese Restaurant in Virginia Beach for an afternoon of dim sum and sunshine!

Lantern Festival: CSO invites fellow students as well as members of the Williamsburg community to join us on the Sunken Gardens for a magical night illuminated by floating lanterns.

Bigs & Littles: New members are taken into the hands of returning members and partake in a clue week full of activities and gifts! The week culminates in a revelation event during which littles find out who their bigs are and are accepted into their respective CSO families.

Secret Panda: In the spirit of the holidays, CSO members participate in a gift exchange before parting ways for Winter Break.

 

SPRING SEMESTER

ChinaVAsian: CSO at W&M joins Chinese organizations from other universities in the Virginia area for a weekend of fun and networking!

 

 

 

 

Lunar New Year: Co-hosted and directed by members of CSO, KASA and JCA, this event commemorates the new year with respect to the Lunar Calendar.

Spring Formal: CSO members and friends are invited to a night of music and dancing in celebration of the organization and its dedicated members.

Dim Sum/VA Beach: For members who weren't able to attend in the spring or those who wish to go again, the organization makes another trip down to VA beach for a relaxing, food-filled afternoon.

Admitted Students Day: During W&M's Day for Admitted Students, CSO showcases our organization among others to potential new students. 

Dumplings on the Terrace: CSO sells handmade dumplings on Sadler Terrace in celebration of the last day of classes!

Senior Appreciation: CSO members gather to show appreciation for the graduating seniors before they embark on their post-W&M lives.