Maggie Johnson graduated from California State University, Northridge, with a master’s in biology. She’ll continue her research on the effects of elevated carbon dioxide emissions on coral reefs in a Ph.D. program at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UC San Diego). * Bill Foley was recently engaged to his long-time girlfriend and plans a Rhode Island wedding for summer 2012. * Carolyn Hunt and Brendan Carroll celebrated two years of marriage and moved to Brussels, Belgium, where Carolyn works for UPS in its European headquarters. Brendan is finishing his Ph.D. in EU policy. * Katie Markowski was engaged in March to Christo Dru, whom she met in Chicago while in law school. They’ve relocated to Hollywood, Calif., where Katie took a job with Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, P.C., and Christo began his residency at Cedars Sinai. I’m looking forward to celebrating their nuptials in May 2012 in Chicago. * Jake Colognesi graduated from Tuck at Dartmouth in June and now works for a small-growth equity firm, Volition Capital, in Boston. Jake and I will be swapping roles, as I started at Tuck this fall to begin my M.B.A. I plan to regularly see Jon Ryder ’02 and Wayne Harrington, who also started the M.B.A. program, and Carreau Mueller, who works in Dartmouth’s development office. * Matt Lynes and Maureen Sherry were married in Brookline, Mass., June 25, exactly four years after their first date. A celebration at the Wellesley Botanical Gardens followed, where many alums were in attendance. * Nick Malick’s short story “The Boy in the Lake” will be published in the Kenyon Review during winter 2012. It was runner-up in the Review’s national 2011 short fiction contest, judged by Ron Carlson. Nick and wife Rebecca (Taylor ’04) are schoolteachers in the San Francisco Bay area, and Juliet, their daughter, is 2. * Julie Bryar will stay at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute as program manager for the chief quality officer. She’s getting married this October to Trinity graduate Dave Porter. * Peyton McElyea was married July 30 in Beverly Hills to Jen Keith. Steve Bogden, Pat Semmens, Matt Bucklin, and Kyung Ko ’06 served as ushers. * Wendy Sicard Cole started a master’s program in wildlife sciences at the University of Vermont’s Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. Husband John is in his second year of pediatric residency in Burlington, where he started a grant-funded program to teach minority students in the Burlington area to swim. * Chris and Erin Rockney Van Wagenen had a baby girl named Milly and recently moved to Maine, where Erin started her pediatric residency. * Kristi Eck was promoted to assistant director of Say Yes in Syracuse and was featured on the news for helping a group of students write and publish several books now sold at Barnes & Noble. * Meg Musser moved to Raleigh, N.C., to start a veterinary medical oncology residency at NC State. * Casey McCarthy and Margaret Siciliano ’04 were married this summer in Vermont. * Jillian Parker got married to Paul Blakeslee June 11 in North Yarmouth, Maine. Lauren Wolpin, who introduced the couple, was a bridesmaid. * Nikki Patel is again living on the East Coast with her husband, Mihir Patel, working as a chiropractor by day and spending her nights as a dedicated mom to Diya, 1. * Meredith Duval married Kevin O’Brien July 16 in Boston and now lives in Richmond, Va. * Miranda Silverman got married Oct. 9 at a private estate in Wenham, Mass., to Matthew Gaude, who is the chef de cuisine at Aquitaine in the South End and in the process of opening his own restaurant in Kendall Square.