Kyle Ross returned from Asia and now lives in Denver, working for SportsOptical.com. * Darren Larsen lives in Boulder and just finished his master’s in engineering (hydrology and water resource engineering) at UColorado. He’s working to complete his Ph.D. in geology this year. * Nikki Patel and husband Mihir moved into their first home in January and expect their second baby girl in October. * Laura Miller is engaged to Phil Rios, a Navy officer. She’ll move from Florida to Newport, R.I., this summer to be with him. They plan a summer 2013 wedding. * After four great years at Google, Adelin Cai moved on to work on Twitter’s trust and safety team, building out policies for online advertising. She and her husband are based in the Bay Area and travel frequently to N.Y.C. * Matt Lynes shares news from Tim Lancaster, who finished his M.D. at Temple Medical School and will start his general surgery residency at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Tim’s wife and their children are with him. * Rebecca Taylor ’04 and Nick Malick welcomed second daughter, Eloise Harper, May 8. They live and teach in the Bay Area. * Matt Roland and wife Jackie bought a house in Northampton and expect a baby boy in late September. Matt had an amazing time at the Colby lacrosse alumni game in April with Eric Seidel ’06 and Sean Murphy. * Dave Zohn still lives in Los Angeles and is director of land use and planning at Burns & Bouchard, a public affairs and land use consulting firm. * After three years working at the American School in Switzerland, Ilana Saxe moved back to the U.S., where she’ll work at the Lawrenceville School in N.J. Ilana will attend Cory Cramer and Kate Fox’s wedding in Edgecomb, Maine, in late August, along with Tom Ireland, John and Wendy Sicard Cole, Dan Seifert, Skyler Place ’04, and Chris and Erin Rockney Van Wagenen. * Mary Medlin received a two-month fellowship from the MacDowell Artists Colony in Peterborough, N.H., where she’ll work on her short-story collection. She also has a story appearing in The Drum, a Boston-based audio literary magazine. * Chelsea Pawlek was promoted to purchasing manager at Ibex Outdoor Clothing, where Rusty, her goldendoodle, goes to work with her. Chelsea started her second season with a local Ultimate Frisbee team in Vermont. * Kara Lanahan graduated from UVirginia with a master’s of landscape architecture. * Kevin and Meredith Duval O’Brien welcomed Audrey Frances, April 22. * Nick Miller graduated from Boston College Law School, while Mary Olsson got a job at a Manhattan interior design firm. They’re moving to N.Y.C. in August. * Lisa Andracke completed her master’s in July and lives in Barcelona while working in video production for a nonprofit, Worldreader, that gives people in the developing world access to digital books. She traveled to Ghana to produce a shoot and document progress. * Danny Uhlmann received his International Federation of Mountain Guide’s Association license. He’s been guiding in Antarctica, Alaska, California, and the European Alps. He and his three partners returned from Afghanistan, where they completed the first-ever ski mountaineering expedition to the Pamir Mountains. Danny also started his own company, First Light Mountain Guides. * Sarah Thein married a freelance sci-fi/fantasy illustrator and security guard at the Metropolitan Museum of Art this May. Sarah is executive assistant to the director of the Frick Collection and lives in Astoria, Queens. * Noah Smith and Rachel Beaupre expected a baby boy in June. * After graduating last spring from Tuck, Jake Colognesi lives and works in Boston’s Back Bay. He extends an invitation to fellow Bostonians interested in getting together at his place to play some die. * After following in Jake’s footsteps and completing my first year at Tuck, I’m spending my summer in N.Y.C. interning at Monitor Group.