From the return of students and faculty and a successful start of school to dorm hikes in Ticino and a dance on Lake Lugano, we take a photo-driven look at the past month or so at TASIS.
In this poignant essay, Sarah Wexler Brodie ’24 discusses how her Opsahl Global Service Program trip to Nepal has left her forever changed.
Building on the success of this auction, which was held in New York City on September 13, Doyle will host private Appraisal Days for TASIS alumni, parents, and friends at its galleries in Beverly Hills (September 28), Washington, D.C. (October 11), Boston (October 12), New York City (November 16), and Palm Beach (January 16).
More than 80 alumni—a record turnout for a Lugano reunion—toured campus and enjoyed a fantastic dinner in the Casa Fleming garden that went late into the evening.
Class of 2023 Salutatorian Claudia Clarke Gosalvez (Spain/United States) will enroll at Trinity College Dublin as a Pre-Medicine student after also considering offers from Yale University, Brown University, Emory University, Case Western Reserve University, Pennsylvania State University, University of Glasgow, University College London for Medical Innovations and Enterprise, and University of Navarra for Medicine.
William Derek Pacini ’23 (Italy/United States) chose the first-rate university, where he also intends to minor in Aerospace Engineering and Electronic Intelligent Systems, over Brigham Young University, Rice University, University of Utah, and University of California, Davis.
Nitya Dalmia ’23 (India) turned down offers from Boston University, Chapman University, and Emerson College in order to enroll at New York University, where she will pursue an Interdisciplinary Studies degree with a focus on screenwriting.
Michelangelo Vecchio ’23 (Italy) will study Economics and compete for the Varsity Sailing team at Bowdoin College after also being recruited by Boston College, Tufts University, and St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
2023 Cynthia Whisenant Award for Excellence in English Literature recipient Nitzan Alex Gabriel ’23 (Israel) has chosen to attend Reed College after also considering offers from the only two other schools she applied to: Sarah Lawrence College and Bard College.
2023 Excellence in Science Award recipient Spencer LeGresley (Canada) will pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan after also considering offers from University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, University of Texas at Austin, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and Pennsylvania State University.
Caroline Francis Krajicek ’23 (Kenya/United States) will pursue a degree in International Relations at the University of San Francisco Honors College after earning a full scholarship as a Black Scholar.
David Ariza Solans '23 (Spain), who speaks six languages and also received offers from Northeastern University and SOAS, hopes to enter the field of diplomacy and one day serve as a delegate for the United Nations.
Susanna Campbell ’23 (United States) intends to study Economics or Commerce at the University of Virginia, choosing the prestigious public research university over University of Georgia and University of Alabama.
Alejandro A Orozco ’23 (United States/Colombia), who intends to pursue a career in law, will attend the University of Texas at Austin after also gaining admission to the other five schools he applied to: University of Houston, University of Texas at Arlington, University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas A&M University, and Trinity University.
Following seven years at TASIS, Silvia Cribari ’23 (Italy) chose the historic Scottish university after also fielding offers from University of Warwick, University of Manchester, Northeastern College London, and Colby College.
Marat Kurmanaev ’23 (Russia/Spain), who speaks six languages and studied at TASIS for eight years, selected the world-class business school over IE Business School in Madrid.
Nina Mondin ’23 (Brazil/Italy) has decided to attend Loyola Marymount University after also receiving offers from Chapman University, San Diego State University, University of San Diego, and Whittier College.
For the second consecutive year, TASIS began a new academic year with record enrollment. We offer a closer look at some of the key facts and figures related to this year’s student body.
Learn about the dynamic educators who will be joining the TASIS community for the 2023–2024 academic year.
Welcome to our summer edition of Alumni Notes! We hope you enjoy reading about the impressive pursuits and activities of TASIS alumni.