Delia Langan was on the East Coast starting in November doing trunk shows in New York, Philly, and D.C. She’s back in SF and just acquired her own jewelry studio, and delialangan.com is now fully functional! * Dan Prunier and Roger Bel traded in the girl they met on Craigslist for Colby baseball rival Jim Wood (Trinity ’10), and they recently adopted a cat. If you want to play them in NHL 2013 on Xbox 360 live, please reach out on Tinder. * Kelsey Gibbs and Matt Silverman ’12 live in Portland, Maine, and enjoy the East Coast. * Leigh Bullion and Ross Nehrt live in Boston and love living near so many Colby friends. Leigh will be traveling for work to both coasts and Europe this spring. * Kat Cosgrove runs into Nadege Roux ’09 every so often in Denver. She’ll graduate from the Korbel School in June and is looking to stay in Denver but will likely relocate to D.C. * Schuyler Weiss is now a director at Morgan Stanley. * Rob Knipp works at IBM in Washington, D.C., while also volunteering as an SAT prep tutor at night. His travels have taken him to the Caribbean, Croatia, and Bosnia recently. * Brittany Tasi is a third-year school psychology graduate student at Fairfield University and designed a project to celebrate School Psychology Awareness Week. She shared her work in the Connecticut Association of School Psychologists newsletter and in the National Association of School Psychologists newspaper, the Communiqué. She will graduate this May, receiving her certification as a school psychologist. * A hearty congratulations to Sarah Bruce and Will Cantley ’08, who got engaged in January and are celebrating with many Colby friends! They live in Boston, where Sarah enjoys work at an advertising agency and Will attends graduate school at Tufts. * Sarah Levine will attend vet school next year, either at UW-Madison or Tufts. * Emily Griffoul recently moved to Irvine, Calif., with Ken Cramer. Diana DelleChiaie and Savina Balasubramanian both joined them to explore California for a few days. Savina recently presented her work at Thinking Gender, a conference at UCLA. * After teaching in Thailand for two years and getting yoga certified in India, Ali Davis moved to the west coast of Costa Rica to surf, do yoga and reiki, explore mysticism, and generally enjoy life. * Whit McCarthy sold his company, By Hand Granola, and now works for a tech start-up in Santa Monica. He planned to visit Sam Kennedy ’09, Stew Brown, and Phinney McIntire in Chicago for St. Patty’s day with Max Weiss, Caddy Brooks ’09, Alex Farmer ’09, Chris Healy ’11, and Geoff Parr ’09. * Doug Sibor, James Westhafer, Scott Veidenheimer, Mike Baldwin, and Karthik Sonty recently welcomed their dear friend Christopher “Reilly” Taylor to the greater Boston area at a delightful housewarming bash at Reilly’s new apartment in Somerville. Memorable activities included a photo booth, some late night revelry, and one of the group referring to himself as a “blonde bombshell.” * Erica Block and the handsome Nick Tucker drank Manhattans in LA, where they both now live. * Jordan Schoonover currently lives in Washington, D.C., where she will be until August. She’s having a lot of fun exploring the city with Hannah Bisgyer ’11. *Samantha Smith, Johanna Kunkel, Rohan Dutt, and Emma Beck ’12 have been soaking up the sun in San Francisco. * The Joint Chiefs (Jeoff Jarnot, Zander Koallick ’11, James O’Brien ’12, Carson Brown ’13) do America this summer. They’ll debut their upcoming album in Boston June 14 and then tour for the next month with stops in Portland, New York, D.C., Nashville, New Orleans, and Chicago. Make sure to come out and say hello. The party is just beginning, folks!