For those who don’t know, in June our class broke the attendance record for a five-year reunion. I think all who attended would agree that it was wonderful to see classmates and catch up with one another. For those who weren’t able to catch up in person, here’s some of what our friends are up to. * Emily Butler Bruno married her law school sweetheart, Dan Bruno, April 13 in her east Tennessee hometown. It is reported that Patrick Sanders, Emily Kissner, Rebekah Fasel, Chris Shelley, Dustin Hilt, Bailey Woodhull, Kevin Hobson, Julia Stuebing, and Emily Wolf ’10 tore it up on the dance floor in celebration. Emily and Dan now reside in Miami, Fla., where she is a prosecutor at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. * Yvonne Baker graduated from medical school in May and is now at Duke for her residency in neurology. * Kristin Weigle is engaged to Colin Roberts after he proposed during a cable car ride up to a hilltop village during their vacation in Madeira, Portugal. * Shaelyn Germain visited Juan Colon in Rio de Janeiro prior to Reunion Weekend. * Richard Katz graduated from Albany Medical College and has begun his residency in emergency medicine at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. * Sarah Kunkel teaches fourth grade in her hometown of Westwood, Mass., and looks forward to marrying John Waterman ’11 (brother of Rich Waterman) this summer. * Stephen Frechette finished his first year at MIT Sloan and is working on launching a startup for his smartphone application Glyph, which transforms words into visual art. Check it out at www.glyph.mobi. * Melyn McKay has accepted a position as country director of South Sudan with Integrity Research and Consultancy, a U.K.-based company. She’s posted to Juba and is running a number of projects for the World Bank, DFID, and others while working on issues such as livelihoods for adolescent girls, labor market mapping, and professionalization of the police state. Upon accepting the position and visiting the London offices, Melyn learned that the director and chair is Anne Tiedemann ’84! * Darcy Taylor is a senior analyst at Nielsen in the new product innovation division, which conducts pre-market research and forecasts. * Julie Bero and Rishi Chatrath became engaged in April while vacationing in the south of England and plan to wed in Brooklyn and India. In London they were able to celebrate with Neha Zaigham, Dhruv Chadha ’07, Justine Ludwig, Coline Ludwig ’12, Nitish Hemdani ‘11, John Kester, and Brad Woodworth. Rishi received his M.A. from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and Julie won a major road renewal project for her NYC Council District through the participatory budgeting process. * Liz Petit is working at Massachusetts General Hospital as a clinical research coordinator in the pediatric gastroenterology department.* Caroline Voyles is excited to begin a master’s in public health program in September at Drexel University in Philly, where she plans to study LGBT health. She is in her fourth season of playing roller derby and is a member of the Philly Roller Girls’ all-star team, currently ranked number five in the world! She was very excited to try out for Team USA July 1. * Eric Hansen proposed to Mary Olive Jones on Memorial Day in D.C. He’s in D.C. for the summer on a fellowship at the Senate and has enjoyed catching up with Marcy Shrader-Lauinger, Luke LaViolet, and Bill Whitledge. * Chantal Balesdent finished her Ph.D. in chemistry at the University of Oregon in June.