In June Morgan Pratt (now Arvisais) married Walter “Cooper” Arvisais III at Millbrook School in Millbrook, N.Y., in front of friends, family, and fellow Colby alums including Michael Schnurr, Steve Migausky, Ben Ricciardi, Allison Turner Osgood, Christian Allen ’05, and Julia Benedict ’05. * Peter Rice and his wife, Betsy, had their third child, Eliza Katheryn, May 15. Eliza joins older brother Sam, 5, and sister Marina, 2. * Emma McCandless and Karen Prager welcomed Theodore Perry Prager-McCandless (Teddy) Feb. 19. They love being moms! They’re excited to be back in New England, too, as they recently moved to Manchester, Conn., where Karen took a new job as dean of college services for Achievement First Hartford High School. * Ryan ’02 and Vicki Hayes Wepler welcomed their daughter, Fiona Jane Wepler, into the world April 2, and they’re all happy, healthy, and totally in love! Fiona is already sporting her Mule pride by wearing some Colby onesies, given to her by her aunt Maggie Hayes ’09. They now live in New Haven, Conn., where Ryan is the assistant director of the Yale Writing Center and teaches writing there. Vicki is a music teacher at a nearby private school, and she recently joined an indie-folk band called Goodnight Blue Moon. They play all over Connecticut and will be at numerous folk festivals this summer. * Adam St. Pierre and his wife welcomed Finley Birch St. Pierre to their family May 3. * Will Sander will transition from a small-animal veterinary practice in Virginia to a one-year AAAS Science Policy Fellowship with the EPA in September. * Kristin Saucier wrapped up a two-year fellowship in Nicaragua with Population Services International (PSI) and returned to Washington, D.C., this summer to work at PSI’s headquarters as a new business development manager. Back in D.C., she’ll reunite with her fiancé, with whom she is planning a June 2014 wedding in Maine. * Sarah Chapple-Sokol, who graduated with her master’s in intercultural relations from Lesley University, was recently hired as the education coordinator at Boston’s Irish International Immigrant Center, a multi-service agency that serves immigrants from 120 countries. * Our 10th year reunion is less than a year away. Mark your calendars for June 5-8, 2014, and plan to return to Colby for an unforgettable weekend together.