After graduating from UVA in 2010, Tomasz T. Zajaczkowski moved to London and has been working at Deloitte Consulting. He enjoys his work, travels a lot both for work and pleasure, and plans to purchase an apartment soon. * Dan Giuliani is the founder and CEO of Volt Athletics (voltathletics.com), a tech startup that provides more than 500 college and high school sports teams with affordable strength and conditioning programs. He also teaches a course in sports performance in the Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership program at the University of Washington. * Steph Atwood and Keegan Albaugh ’07J (though definitely a 2006 alum in our eyes) got married at Kingsland Bay State Park in Vermont Sept. 13. A few Colby folks helped them celebrate—including Steen Sehnert, who somehow managed to make himself their officiant. Keegan and Steph have been living in Burlington for the past five years and absolutely love it there; visitors welcome! * Greyson Brooks now works at Housing Works as a case manager in East New York, continuing his work case managing and coordinating service provision for LGBT asylum seekers and asylees in New York City. * Ellie Thermansen Duffey and her husband, John, welcomed daughter Caroline Bauhan Duffey Jan. 30 in Minneapolis. * Emily Boyle Westbrooks is excited to share the news that her e-book, Delightful Dublin, a guide to the best of her adopted city, came out in September. If you’re planning a visit to Dublin, make sure to check out delightfuldublin.com. Emily and husband Michael Westbrooks saw Tracy Kolakowski, Michael King ’08, and Adam Choice ’09 at a wedding in Dublin. Although it was a Trinity wedding, they were able to photobomb their photo with the Colby flag. * Nate Stone, Stephen Planas, and Bennett Barnwell traveled to L.A. in August to visit Drew Moreland ’07 for their annual Colby reunion weekend. They had a great time including a game at Dodger Stadium, basketball, and time at the beach. * Jessica Varnum is engaged to James Efird (U.S. Air Force Academy 2006), currently a naval aviator. Still working at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies, she is also pursuing a part-time doctoral program with the Department of Defence Studies, King’s College London. * Antonio Mendez graduated from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and started working as a political organizer for the Colorado Democratic Party. * Noah Balazs is learning to crab, fish, and shrimp in the estuaries of Charleston, S.C. * Cait Miller, Eliezer Lehrhaupt, Melissa McNulty, Aine McCarthy, and Nate Stone recently traveled together for a week in Chamonix, France. The five had a blast hiking the French Alps, eating pastries and crepes every day, and competing in the prestigious 2014 Chamonix Lip Sync Challenge. * I am sad to report that our classmate Maddy Horwitz Boccuzzi passed away after a six-month battle with metastatic melanoma. She was surrounded by her loved ones, including her husband, Ryan Boccuzzi ’05. Donations can be made in her honor by visiting uscnorris.com/support/MaddyBoccuzzi.html. I hope you take a moment to remember our dear friend and classmate.