Tory Grey recently finished up a year and a half of research on traumatic brain injury (TBI) treatment at Massachusetts General Hospital before starting work as a chiropractic assistant at a wellness center in North Andover, Mass., in January. On the side, she also works for a start-up that designs customized CrossFit websites and is an assistant ski coach for the Tufts alpine ski team. She recently moved to Beverly, Mass., and loves it. She is competing in CrossFit and is now certified as a CrossFit level 1 trainer. In July she will be a certified holistic health coach. * Chase Baker has been working at Hebron Academy in Hebron, Maine, since the fall of 2011. This year he is teaching AB and BC calculus as well as two sections of non-AP calculus. He’s a dorm parent living in a dorm with students and other faculty, and he coaches three seasons: boys’ soccer in the fall, girls’ varsity basketball in the winter, and coed track in the spring. In June 2012 he traveled to Malawi to volunteer for a month with a program called Go! Malawi. During his spring break, he traveled to Fredericksburg, Va., to visit Lauren Hendricks. * Catherine Mullin and Chelsea Heneghan moved in together just before the New Year when Catherine joined Nurse Chenny in NYC. The two have enjoyed working hard and playing harder in the concrete jungle. * Sonia Rose Mahabir graduated from her higher education administration master’s program at the University of Michigan last December. * Lia Engelsted still works at IBM in the D.C. area. She enjoys spending time with the Colby crew of Arlington, Va., and D.C. They celebrate each other’s birthdays and have housewarming parties. There is even a Colby trivia group that gets together every other week, made up of Alicia Kreiger, Stephen Sentoff (who just got engaged), Alex Pan, Ellen Morris, Aaron Kaye, Nate Eberly, Brynna Patel, and Michael Brophy ’12. And thanks to Pan, Hali Castleman, Morris, Eberly, and Patel got tickets to Obama’s inauguration. It was a chilly but amazing weekend in D.C. * Hank Wyman has a start-up called La Matera (lamaterashop.com) that sells belts handmade in the U.S.A. with gaucho-patterned fabrics imported from Argentina. The patterns have been around for 100 years.