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Highlights of the 2019 TASIS Summer Programs

The 2019 TASIS Summer Programs in Lugano, Switzerland, began with hundreds of students arriving on campus on the morning of June 21 and concluded with a series of wonderful Final Night Celebrations on the evening of August 9. The days in between were packed with intensive academic courses, brilliant displays of visual and performing arts, thrilling outdoor adventures, advanced sports training, exciting travel experiences, and much more. The highlight videos below chronicle the action—one week at a time.

Talented young filmmaker Alex Secilmis '19 put together this 90-second look at a terrific opening week:

Session One: Week One

This 60-second look at week two features video highlights captured by summer photographers Lily Engelmaier and Kinte Taylor:

Session One: Week Two

Lily Engelmaier put together this quick look at the people, activities, and adventures that made up the third week of session one:

Session One: Week Three

Alex Secilmis retook the reins at the start of session two and produced this engaging look at the sights and sounds of opening week:

Session Two: Week One

Alex Secilmis created this energetic look at the exciting second week of session two:

Session Two: Week Two

Alex Secilmis put together this beautiful look at the final week of the 2019 TASIS Summer Programs, which started with an exciting Parade of Flags and culminated with an incredible Summer Arts Festival:

Session Two: Week Three

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