Christine Goudreau Collison has been married to Bill Maguire since 2012. They took a family vacation to Mexico last July, spent a long weekend in Boston showing their kids the Freedom Trail in October, and enjoyed a wonderful Christmas in Connecticut visiting Bill’s family. While in Connecticut they met up with Julie Williams Norman, Elizabeth Ivry Cooper, and Elisabeth Pimentel, who is recently engaged to be married next fall. Yay, the Woodman Wonder Women have a reason to get together next year! Christine is a tenured professor of chemistry at Rochester Institute of Technology. Her youngest, Luke, is in the second grade, and her oldest, Andrew, is in fourth. Her stepdaughter is a freshman in high school, and her stepson is graduating from high school this year and has been accepted to RIT. * Alex Howard temporarily moved back to Cambridge, Mass., with his wife and 18-month-old daughter after more than five years in Washington. He will continue writing about technology, government, and society there, as well as do a bit of consulting on open innovation and digital media, while his wife pursues a law school fellowship. He is excited to travel to Hyderabad, India, to lead a workshop on blogging and social media. They’re really looking forward to eight months in New England, even with the return to real winter after balmy D.C., and hope to catch up with family, friends, and fellow Colby alumni in the Boston area. * Jonathan Foster continues to work tirelessly to find new products to sell. He recently trialed bella cabbage, which is chopped and fried pickled cabbage. * Kevin Wong initially worked in finance with Deutsche and left just before 9/11. He is now in Asia running a manufacturing business from Hong Kong. His son, Connor, is 1. * Geoff Bennett divides his time between taking people fishing and chasing his small children around the house. This will be his seventh year working as an inshore fishing guide for his company, Charleston Charter Fishing. His daughter, 4, and son, 3, fill in the rest of the space. * Maggie Drummond and her husband, Matt, moved back to Portland in June 2014, saying goodbye to their midcoast home where they got married. Though it was a hard choice, they’re glad they’ve eliminated their commute to work and have more time with the little guys, Flynn, 2, and their second little boy, who was scheduled to arrive in February. Matt works for Maine Health, and Maggie has been doing consulting work so she can be home part time with the boys. * Hope all is well. It’s great to hear from everyone.