Peter and Karena Bullock Bailey ran the TCS NYC marathon Nov. 2 for B*CURED to raise awareness and fund research for brain cancer. Karena lost her mom eight years ago to brain cancer. The team raised more than $160,000. Although it was a crazy, exhilarating experience, Karena will stick to other forms of fundraising that require less running. * After spending 10 wonderful years as a physics professor at Castleton State College, Catherine Garland is leaving Vermont for New York City. She accepted a position teaching high school science with Uncommon Schools—Brooklyn, whose mission is to close the achievement gap and prepare low-income students to graduate from college. * Brad Sicchitano has been busy working as director of primary and lower school admission at the Fay School, a job that got its start from days volunteering in the lounge of the Admissions Office at Colby. With one of his three children beginning to embark on the college search, Brad hopes to include Mayflower Hill on his tour of colleges. * Jon Hiltz and his wife, Danielle, are still living in Topsham, Maine, and trying to keep up with their busy kids (Lydia, 7, Brady, 5, and Charlotte, 19 months). They recently upgraded to a bigger ski camp near Sugarloaf to accommodate their growing family, and they look forward to creating many great family memories at the new location. * Andrew Wnek stepped away from his active commitment flying for the Maine Air National Guard to begin his civilian career as a first officer for JetBlue, based in Boston and flying the Airbus A320. He continues to serve in the ANG on a part-time basis with an upcoming promotion to lieutenant colonel this spring. * Emily Hoberg Roy, her husband, and their 4-year-old daughter moved from Milton, Mass., to Amherst, N.H. Emily now works for the Elliot Hospital in Manchester and loves the smaller-town life. * Bill Hinton is now executive director at YMCA Camp Manitou-Lin in Middleville, Mich. His wife and three children moved from Kerrville, Texas, to Middleville last fall. * In February 2014 Laura Feraco and her family welcomed their second child, Louisa. Now that they’re back in Portland, Ore., they all love being closer to family and fellow Colby aqua-Mules Mary Snyder Renelt ’00 and Michelle Cook ’01. * After almost seven years at Amazon, Raj Gupta took a new job opportunity working for Google in Cambridge, Mass. His winter was spent going from hockey rink to hockey rink as all three kids are now playing hockey or learning to skate. In his spare time, he continues to co-own a CrossFit gym and is trying to compete on American Ninja Warrior this upcoming season. * Keep the updates coming!