Kate Bolick lives alone in Brooklyn and is working on her first book, due out from Crown/Random House in 2015. Michael Cobb, now an English professor at the University of Toronto, author of several books, and maddeningly fit, visits her often. She sees Mike Daisey ’96 in her neighborhood when his insanely demanding performance schedule allows. She also keeps in close touch with Marcos ’93 and Erika Troseth Martinez. Erika teaches at St. John’s College in Santa Fe, N.M., “and has perhaps the world’s most adorable and sanguine 2-year-old daughter.” Erika spent a day at the beach in her Massachusetts hometown with Steph White McKenna, her amazing wife, and their two sweet, hilarious children. Finally, last spring, she got together with her Colby roommate, Hannah Swenson Vaughan. Hannah lives in Austin, Texas, and is married with two children. * Abe Rogers is earning his master’s in elementary education at Boston College. He is also training with a special forces unit in the National Guard and still coaching the Cambridge Masters Swim Club at Harvard University. * Jon Huerta has been living in NYC since graduation. He is a managing director in investment banking at RBC Capital Markets. He got married two years ago; no kids yet. He keeps in touch with Robin Ottaway, Foster Klug, and Mike Keller. * Darrell Sofield has been living in Bellingham, Wash., since 2003. Emma Spenner Norman visited Darrell this summer with her two sons. Darrell recently left a career as a geomorphology consultant to work for a local native tribe that restores degraded salmon habitat near Bellingham. “It is pretty satisfying to work where I live, after so many years on the road.” Darrell and his wife, Ruth, recently celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary. * Rick Catino started a sales intelligence company called LeadBridge in 2006, and Inc. magazine named it one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. Rick is also coaching high school football in North Andover, Mass., and really enjoying it. This summer he got to see classmates Mike Manning, Chris Fossella, Matt Morrissey, Mark Jackson, and Kevin Pirani ’96. “Everyone is really bad at golf, but doing well overall.” * Tachou Dubuisson Brown and her husband welcomed their second son, Logan, in August. He joins big brother Parker. Tachou and her family live in Beverly Hills, Calif. She cofounded a company called WearOnWheels, which is launching next spring.