Lauren Baumgarten moved to New Orleans, where she began medical school at Tulane. * Melissa Mullen completed her Ph.D. in chemistry at Penn State and moved to Cleveland to start a postdoc at the Lerner Research Institute. She’s engaged to Michael Davis, whom she met at Penn State. * Mallory Young shares wedding announcements. Ken Pitter and Meghan Barringer were married in the Poconos last summer and live in Manhattan, where Ken is working toward his M.D./Ph.D. and Meg is working as a physical therapist. * Lori and Chris Duncombe were married in Portland, Maine, last June. Mike Booras, Brendan Crighton, and Daniel Oliphant ’06 were groomsmen. * Lauren Smith and John Camera were married in Annapolis, Md., in August; Heather DeVito was a bridesmaid. * While traveling, Tim Roberts took shelter with Eva Gougian ’08 in the Dominican Republic during Hurricane Irene. * Katie Crocker Jordan still lives in London with her husband, Tom, where she completed her Ph.D. in systems biology at Warwick University. Kate started medical school at Imperial College. Isabelle Reining and Jeremy Little recently stayed with Katie and Tom while in London. * Michael Walsh married Brianna Tufts ’07 at Lorimer Chapel and celebrated with a reception in Page Commons. Brianna completed her M.B.A. at Cornell, where Mike is finishing his Ph.D. They recently relocated to Somerville, Mass. * Joe and Julianna Green Schump, who live in Fort Collins, Colo., welcomed a baby girl, Claire Elizabeth, in August. * Nico ’06 and Melissa Hernandez Mwai relocated from NYC to Washington, D.C., for new job opportunities. * David Acker visited Will van der Veen in Cairo in December 2010 and recently finished his M.B.A and master’s in education at Stanford. He lives in San Francisco. * Megan Loosigian went on a cross-country road trip and stayed with Colby classmates along the way. She currently lives in seacoast New Hampshire, where she helps with her family’s new apple farm business. * Shawn Sato is in his second year of his radiology residency at the University of Iowa. Wife Kate (Durda) took a new job at the University of Iowa Cancer Center. They welcomed a new addition to their family—a puppy named Snoop! * Adelin Cai is in her fourth year at Google in Mountain View, Calif., where she works on policy issues related to Google’s commerce portfolio. After a short engagement last spring, she was married in October in a small, family ceremony on the High Line in New York. * Patrick Harner was married to UMass grad Leah Boisvert in September. Xavier Garcia was a groomsman, and Greg Lynch ’04 read Scripture. * Patrick McGowan is engaged and will wed in April in Newport, R.I. * Lauren Wolpin married Ben Bruno in August and now works at Middlebury. Lydia Durant and Jillian Parker Blakeslee were bridesmaids. Lauren was a bridesmaid in Jillian’s wedding to Paul Blakeslee in June. Lydia is engaged to Sathish Umapathy and currently lives in London. * Cheka Gage married Michael Bobys Oct. 15 in Florence, Italy. Close friend Courtney Morris married Bowdoin graduate Mark Drauschke June 4. * Alan Ashbaugh works at a Web design company based in Portland, Ore., and is partnering with Doug Calhoun ’04, who is leading business strategy for the company. * Kevin Yardi is engaged to Bates grad Libby Getzendanner and plans a summer 2012 wedding. * Cory Cramer teaches high school English and history in Santa Barbara, Calif. He lives with his fiancée, Kate Fox, and they plan an August wedding in Maine. * Megan Burd-Harris is studying at Wesley Seminary in DC, where she’s working on her master of divinity and toward ordination as an elder in the United Methodist Church. * Alana McGee started a small business hunting truffles with her dog, Duff, in the Pacific Northwest. * Liam McDonnell works as an engineer on the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Midgett and is in the process of applying to officer candidate school. * Kat Perez and Justin Fahey still live in Portland, Ore., where they see Nicole Conrad, Meggie Finn, Dae Ho Kim, Trevor McWilliams, and Rachel Ritchie. Justin works for nonprofit Teach for All and Kat recently curated her first exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Craft. * Enjoy the winter!