Eric Barthold is taking Mules Against Violence (MAV) on the road. He is a guest speaker at high schools and colleges, where he talks about masculinity, gender norms, and male privilege and links these elements to sexual-violence awareness and prevention. * Trip Venturella is one of two employees at a theater company in Chelsea, Mass. He is involved in building three new theater spaces in Chelsea Square to be used by the Greater Boston theater community. * Nathan Katsiaficas completed his master’s in earth and environmental sciences at Vanderbilt and began a job as a geology technician at Tetra Tech, Inc. in Portland, Maine. * Andy Estrada is a special assistant for scheduling and advance for Secretary Anthony Foxx at the U.S. Department of Transportation. He’s loving D.C. and linking up with classmates Anne Burton, Yuri Maruyama, and Nathan Lord. * Sarah Harmon is pursuing her Ph.D. in computer science on the California shore. Between teaching, research, and designing new tech experiences, she has plenty to dream about. * This May Alison Reader will graduate from the Actors Studio Drama School with her M.F.A. in acting. She cannot wait to see what will come as she starts her career in NYC. * Yuri Min is in her first year at the UConn School of Law. She is enjoying UConn’s version of Jan Plan with a class called Moot Court. * Meg Winthrop lives in San Francisco and works for American Giant, an apparel startup. In April she will compete in a half Ironman triathlon, and in June she will bike 545 miles from SF to LA for the annual AIDS/Lifecycle. * Gabriel Lerner entered Boston University Med School in August. He is thankful for friends he’s made at BU and his strong network of Colby friends in Boston and Cambridge. * Yuki Yoshida works in marketing consulting for Facebook and is excited about what the future holds. * After two years in France, Aileen Evans is working toward a joint degree in public administration (M.P.A.) and international education management at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. * Alex Hymanson works at the Advisory Board Company in Washington, D.C., managing hospital finance teams from Vermont to Hawaii. Alex is looking forward to skiing with Thomas Lampert, Pat Dolan, Jamie Axelrod, Jordan Ansell, and Jason Schlundt, and to helping the D.C. Colby family plan the best Doghead yet. * Lauren Harris teaches first grade in Lexington, Mass. She lives with Claire Grady in Brighton. * Rebecca Gonzalez-Kreisberg moved to NYC’s West Harlem neighborhood. An assistant with an architecture project management firm, she consults at the American Museum of Natural History. * After two years in Boston working at Brigham and Women’s, Meg Kruithoff is moving to Charlottesville, Va., to begin a postbaccalaureate premed program at UVA. * Chessy Breene is working on her M.A. in social impact communications and cause consulting at Georgetown. She lives on Capitol Hill with Joe Albano, who is in his second year at Georgetown Law. They hope to return to Boston in 2016. * Nick Iodice left Cambridge, Mass., to pursue a master’s of engineering in computer science at UPenn. He’ll spend this summer interning as a software developer at Avaya Corporation in Boston. * Thank you to all who wrote in with updates. Hope your year is off to a wonderful start.