Class president Sandra Hughes Goff writes, “Thank you to everyone who made the trek to Colby for our 15th reunion! It was a small group, but that meant we could all escape the rain by squeezing under the beer tent that Derek Luke brought. Derek generously provided kegs of Newport Storm Rhode Island Blueberry Beer, Summer Hefeweizen, and Hurricane Amber Ale. I took it upon myself to try all three, and they were all amazing! In fact, they were so enticing that a keg was ‘borrowed’ by other classes not once, but twice. At our class dinner, Scott Shirey gave a heartfelt and inspiring speech that caused about three-fourths of the group to cry and/or quit their jobs to join Teach for America. Seriously, it was that good. Tina Goudreau set up a great Class of 1998 table full of memorabilia, which included a quiz she developed to test our Colby knowledge. Do you remember the name of the outdoor space above Dana dining hall? So, despite the rain, it was great to see familiar faces, relive Colby memories, and get to know former classmates again as (mostly) mature adults. Hope to see you all in 2018 for our 20th!” * Chris Makarewich ’03 and Alyssa Hughes welcomed their second son, Graham, into the family May 11. Chris, Graham, older brother Henry, 2 1/2, and Alyssa moved to Salt Lake City in June so that Chris can begin his residency in orthopedic surgery at the University of Utah hospitals. Alyssa left her job as a full-time veterinarian in Vermont but will look for a veterinary position in Utah. * Andrew Littell plans to travel to Iceland to attempt to climb Svínafellsjökull, Europe’s largest glacier. * Kevin Thurston married Brooke McNally ’03 in Lorimer Chapel June 29. * Jennie Phelps was teaching English in the Kurdish region of Iraq, finishing school June 20. This was her third year in Iraq. In the fall she is heading back to school (as a student)—she’ll work on a master of science in artifact conservation at Cardiff University in Wales. * Rebecca Golden Biggs and her husband, Andy, live in Providence, R.I., with children Lucy, 6, and Owen and Chloe, both 2 1/2. Andy coaches soccer at Brown, and Rebecca is the dean of lower school admissions at Moses Brown School in Providence.