After six years at home with her four kids (ages 6 to 17), Merrie Post Gramlich started a new position in her local school system in Bethesda, Md. She works in the secondary alternative programs as a career and community liaison promoting work-based learning and community connections for struggling teens. * Tracy Roy Hankin lives in Atlanta with her husband, three kids, and two rescue dogs. In addition to keeping up with all her kids’ activities, she runs the national strategic sales team at WebMD that focuses on forming partnerships with consumer products companies. * Melissa Ray Nelson and family live in Stoughton, Mass., where she is the custom account management director for healthcare marketing firm Krames StayWell. When not sailing with her husband or working, she is raising two future hockey stars. * Holly Peirce and Sean Pratt have landed in Mexico City for her new State Department posting. This summer she enjoyed catching up via Skype with Roman Azanza, who lives in the Philippines. * Anne Pollock Waldron and her husband and three kids moved to New Canaan, Conn. She loves coaching her fifth grade daughter’s lacrosse team and manages to get up to Colby a few times a year to see her niece’s lacrosse games. She’s pretty sure her kids are future White Mules, as they love going up to visit. * Last spring Steve Nahley may have been having a midlife crisis when he decided to participate in the GORUCK Challenge, a special ops leadership training event. For 13 hours in the pouring rain, he and his teammates carried backpacks filled with 50 pounds of bricks, empty kegs, American flags, logs, and other heavy items while marching and doing pushups, squats, and sit-ups for 21 miles throughout Manhattan. Before finishing downtown near the 9/11 memorial, Steve enjoyed a nice swim in the East River around 5 a.m. His midlife crisis has abated, but three months later he’s still quite sore from the event. * Bob Lian’s oldest son, Graham, has committed to Colby, Class of 2018, to play lacrosse. * On the other end of the spectrum, Richard Marcus and wife Cristina Avila were married in November 2011 and welcomed their first baby, Caleb Sawyer Marcus, July 8, 2013. They live in Los Angeles, where Richard works as a cinematographer. Unlike Bob, they worry more about getting sleep than about college tuition.