Lindsay Masters started as a climate and air program legal fellow at the Environmental Defense Fund’s Boulder, Colo., office in September. * John Pollakowski ’05 and Emily Tull married this July on Peaks Island, Maine. In attendance were 21 Colby grads from ’04 through ’08, including Liz Shepherd Christensen, Amy Cronin Davis, Ashley Lamb, Lauren Uhlmann Blazar, and Emily Greene Kahn. John and Emily will honeymoon this winter in Argentina. * Meredith Lowmaster filmed an appearance as a contestant on Jeopardy. Did anyone see it Oct. 17? * Josh and Kelsey Neville Berman welcomed a healthy baby boy, Trevor Steven, Feb. 29. Leap Day baby! * Jenny Venezia Faillace works as a paralegal at Liberty Mutual Insurance in the complex and emerging risks division in Boston. In July, Courtney Rothbard, always the fabulous host, showed Jenny a good time in D.C. * Jess Minty attended the wedding of Hillary Easter and Andrew Vermilyea in Vermont. Kathleen Maynard ’09 was there as the happy couple said their vows. In July Jess’s long-time boyfriend, Stephen Lane, proposed (during a run, of course). A late 2013 wedding is planned. * Amy Cronin moved to Cambridge, Mass., and married a Middlebury Panther in Vermont last June. Twenty-six Colby grads attended including Amy’s dad, Paul ’67, and brother, Brian ’96. Bridesmaids included Leah Weisberg, Nicole Stadelman, Ashley Lamb, Kelsey Neville Berman, Lindsay Barada Bayley, and Jessica McNulty ’07. * Caroline Theoharides is working on her Ph.D. in economics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She married Josh Hyman last June. Josh and Caroline returned to the Hill, where they both taught Jan Plans in economics. She’s currently in Manila, Philippines, collecting data for her dissertation. * Bennet Barnwell writes that Rachel Carr and Eric Jordan, along with Krissy Fucillo and Trevor Hanly ’07, hosted the first annual “Brunswick Blowout.” Colby alums including Nate Stone, Stephen Planas, Bennett Barnwell, Drew Rausch, and Taylor Snook made it to Maine for the fun. * Adrian Walther, Monty Hankin, and John Wheelock successfully thru-hiked 217 miles of the Long Trail, from the border of Canada to Bromley Mountain, in two weeks, to raise $10,000 for the Travis Roy Organization. A big thanks to everyone who donated—the generosity was amazing. (facebook.com/longtrailfundraiser) * Shari Katz lives in N.Y.C. She’s certified in Zumba, teaches for Step into Salsa NY, and is training to become an instructor for Pure Barre at their Union Square studio. * Antonio Mendez completed an internship at the White House and took Courtney Rothbard on a tour of the East Wing. * Dan Giuliani is the founder/CEO of Volt Athletics Inc, a Seattle-based startup dedicated to helping high school and college sports teams implement elite-level strength training programs using web-based tools. * Grey Brooks spent the summer in Uganda working with and researching LGBTI activists for his master’s in anthropology at George Washington University. * Meris Esterly celebrates five years of owning and operating Geronimo Trail Guest Ranch this October. Check out geronimoranch.com to see what her life is like. * Dan Lake and Marcy Rolerson were married in June. They’re happy that many Colby alums were in attendance. * Caroline O’Connor LaFave moved back to Waterville, where husband Daniel has taken a faculty position in Colby’s Economics Department. * In late June Bethany Peck, Kait Taylor, Kim Devine McDevitt, and John LaMantia ’10, gathered in Tiverton, R.I., for the wedding of Elizabeth “Buffy” LaMantia to Beau Vestal. Dan George ’64 catered and cooked a classic New England feast. The couple live in Providence and own New Rivers Restaurant. Beau is the chef and Elizabeth is the general manager. If you’re ever in the Providence area stop in. * Bethann Swartz completed a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail this spring and summited Katahdin July 13. She spent a lot of the Maine section thinking of COOT Beth lives in the White Mountains, N.H.