Avery Roth took a sabbatical for photography school in Paris, where she met Janice Kassman at the Louvre! Avery has now returned to finance in London. * Sarah Piampiano left investment banking in New York to become a professional triathlete. She’s ranked among the top 30 women in the world and currently lives and trains in L.A. * Paul Nahigian left the beer industry to focus full time on fantasy sports. * JJ ’01 and Piper Elliott Abodeely moved to Sonoma, Calif., with their two children and are loving life. * Katie Dunn works at Walden Hydem, a small agency focused on sustainability branding and strategy in Boulder, Colo. * Dany Chan gave birth to a boy, Dylan Pierre Ludington, Dec. 10. * Victor Cancel got engaged in December 2012 to Aileen Aro. They were planning a small wedding this summer. Invitees included Rashad Randolph, Matt Overton and his wife, Kara, and Pedzi Makumbe. * Mark and Liz Brandt Bozek welcomed a son, Michael Brandt Bozek, Dec. 15. Liz continues to teach third grade in Concord, N.H. * Lizzy Rice Giffen and her husband, Jason, moved to Winnetka, Ill., in August. They both work at North Shore Country Day School. Lizzy teaches high school English and coaches soccer. Their sons, Wyatt and Tucker, keep them incredibly busy and worn out. * Tadeusz and Stephanie Looney Smykal welcomed their first child in January: Jan “Jack” Smykal. They are smitten. * Pete Morelli moved from Boston to Denver and looks forward to easy mountain access and everything outdoors. * Michael Ames’s story, “The Awakening: Ron Paul’s Generational Movement,” was featured on the cover of the April 2013 issue of Harper’s. * Brian Wezowicz and his wife, Anne Kulli, moved to Pittsburgh from New York City and expect their first child in September. Brian continues to pursue his career in television production. He recently worked as a video editor for the local CBS affiliate during their May sweeps period. * In May David Friedman, a lawyer with the firm Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster in Boston, was honored as an “up-and-coming lawyer” in Massachusetts. * In 2011 Stacy Jameson received her Ph.D. in cultural studies from the University of California, Davis, and she is about to start the second year of an Andrew W. Mellon postdoctoral fellowship at the Jackman Humanities Institute at the University of Toronto. * Lydia Terry Flynn and her husband had their second son, Jack Flynn, Oct. 1. Lydia still teaches third grade in Ketchum, Idaho. * Eric Laurits lives outside of D.C. in Virginia, where he runs his photography studio. Eric got married this spring to Emily Spero Smith ’01 in their backyard in Leesburg. The ceremony was officiated by Andy King ’99 and Catherine Benson. * Sarah Bostick and her partner, Kaylyn Palella, will legally wed this summer deep in the woods of their budding farm. Sarah is the teacher and marketing coordinator for an organic farm training program for refugees in southern Maine. * Sarah Dressler got engaged in April. They’ll marry in November in Newport Beach, Calif. * Rashad Randolph will lead a group of students to Peru for three weeks with the company Walking Tree, which was founded by Gabe Duncan-Roitman. Gabe’s company has experienced growing success during the past eight years and has trips for students to Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru, Senegal, Spain, and Morocco. * Tammie Sebelius reports that J.R. and Nicki Shoemaker McNair visited her in Switzerland. Tammie’s rugby team in Lucerne just earned the title of Swiss Champions. * Trevor MacDonald caught up with Abby Kussell Hopper and reminisced about the good old days. They can hardly believe we’re past our 10-year reunion. 15 years, here we come! * Dave Seel and his family, Jaclyn and Eliza, moved to Baltimore, where Dave took a position with the Bagby Restaurant Group as director of marketing and public relations. * Sally Hall Bell took a new position running the career development program for the University of Oregon College of Business and ran a foot race in Seattle with Anna L’Hommedieu, Vanessa Willson, Piper Elliott Abodeely, and Ashley Landbloom. * Jordan Finley married Devon MacIver in May in Los Angeles at Occidental College. Attendees included Evan McGee ’03, Pete Chapin ’03, Liz Neumann ’04, Jenny Grace ’03, Alison Thacker, Danielle Fornes ’01, Micki Young Armour, Terry Packard Baker, and Mikhaila Noble Pace.