Savvy Lodge-Scharff earned her master’s in science teaching at UMaine and currently works as a traveling programs associate at the Boston Museum of Science. She’s beyond excited to be with the massive amount of Colby graduates in the city. * After two years working as a case manager at a refugee and immigrant services agency in Brooklyn, N.Y., Olga Stepanova moved to Washington, D.C., to do graduate work at George Washington University. * For the past two years Doug Piper has taught math and coached football, basketball, and baseball at St. Mark’s School in Southborough, Mass. He’ll be driving cross-country to his home state of Oregon this summer, with Dustin Hickey with Tim Sciore joining him for part of the journey. The trio plans to sample the Bourbon Trail in Kentucky. Doug will spend a few weeks out West and then drive to Ann Arbor, Mich., to work on his master’s in statistics at the University of Michigan. * Cambridge, Mass., is growing as a hot spot of Colby alums. Raleigh Werner lives there and works with Matthew Boyes-Watson ’12 on Jumpshell, a website that lets people find and rent apartments by using their friend network. The two have launched the site at www.jumpshell.com. And Sus Hatch, who spent the past year and a half working (teaching English) and living in Paris, France, is living in Cambridge with Catherine Fanning ’09 and working at the Appalachian Mountain Club. * Tasha de Sherbinin finished her two years of Teach for America in Denver and will move to Spain in September to teach English. * Thanks to those who sent in updates, and have a productive, relaxing, and adventurous summer, everyone!