Such a fun end of the week to welcome alums Erni '18 and Lluís '16 Casanova Xufré, Solenza Lazar '18, and Class of 2020 alums Tomas Premoli and Laurens Boevé Rojas back to campus.
The group reminisced over old yearbooks and spoke fondly about the Time Capsule from 2012 and their involvement in the SEED program.
- Originally from Argentina, Tomas attended ASB G2-G12 together with his sisters Delhi '14, Josefina '16, and Sofia. He is currently in his 3rd year at the University of Exeter studying Computer Science and plans to graduate with an integrated MSc in his fourth year. Now he is wrapping up a summer internship as software development engineer at Amazon Barcelona.
- Dutch/Colombian alum Laurens attended ASB PK3 to G12 with his sister Giulia (PK4-G10). Their younger brother, Alexander, is currently a G7 student. Laurens is completing his bachelor's at the Architectural Association in London. During the summer, he worked on a project to conserve and revitalize buildings of historical heritage and degraded landscapes and was part of a project in the UNESCO Coa Valley in Portugal.
- Barcelonian Erni attended ASB from PK3-G12 together with his brother Lluís. He is currently studying Environmental Sciences at Universitat de Barcelona, within the Faculty of Biology.
- Originally from France but growing up internationally, Solenza attended ASB in G11-12. She recently graduated from Coventry University in the UK with an undergraduate degree in Automotive and Transport Design (BAh), attaining a "First" grade (the highest in the UK). Solenza studied for four years at Coventry University, her final year being a one-year internship with TinnGO, a project funded by the EU to propose design solutions for public transport in cities. She has also previously worked as an intern at Louis Vuitton in Italy, where she designed accessories.
- Barcelonian Lluís Casanova Xufré attended ASB from PK3-G12 together with his brother Erni. He is currently finishing his Master's in Archaeology at the University of Barcelona and has just returned from an Erasmus exchange in the Czech Republic.
Thanks for staying connected, Lynxes!
More photos from their visit are in our photo gallery here!