Our 15th year reunion is happening in June! I’m going to plan some fun events, which could include a team scavenger hunt (this will NOT be your mom’s version) and other challenges/surprises throughout the weekend. Think about who you want on your team, stay tuned for updates, and get to Maine June 4-7, 2015. * Scott ’02 and Kate Gardiner Tucker and their three children (Wells, 4, Camilla, 1, and Shepley, 1) moved back to New Orleans, where Scott joined an orthopedic surgery private practice. They look forward to settling down in the Big Easy. * Caitlin Nelson Merrill works at Mass General as a nurse practitioner with medically complex children, and she is active on the hospital’s bioethics committee. Caitlin and her husband, Josh, live in Hamilton, Mass., and love to bring their almost-2-year-old Claire and dog Teddy to local beaches and hiking trails. * Benjamin Schlitt Ritz is an information editor for the South Texas Law Review and is interning with the 14th Court of Appeals in Houston. * Krissy Swanson Yetman and her husband moved from Portland, Ore., to Boston last year and are expecting their first child in October. Krissy is working at Converse—bring some kicks to our 15th reunion? * In May Michael Farrell went to the Blue Lights’ 20th-anniversary reunion at Colby. It was great to sing with alums and meet current members of the group. * Morgan McDevitt, his wife, and their three girls relocated from Philly to New Jersey in July to be closer to Bruce Springsteen. Morgan is now working out of Morgan Lewis’s NYC office and looking forward to reconnecting with Colby friends in the area. * Phoebe (Lehmann) ’01 and Jay Zarnetske welcomed their twin (!) daughters, Annika River and Zoe Aspen, on the summer solstice. How cool is that? They also completed their first year of their new professor positions at Michigan State University. Life is pretty awesome (and exhausting at the moment). * Matt Smith and his wife, Amy, are fulfilling a lifelong dream of living in the mountains, having moved from San Francisco to Lake Tahoe at the end of August. * Brenda Yun lives in Honolulu with her two dogs, works part time as a college writing teacher, and is completing her last year of a low-residency creative writing Ph.D. at Bath Spa University in the U.K. She is writing a novel based on her years as a Hawaii-based travel writer, and she surfs when/if she has time. * Ben Mackay moved to Jackson Hole full time. He’ll continue to travel often, but he enjoys being based in the mountains, where he can balance office life with time mountaineering, skiing, fly-fishing, and flying small planes.