Rebecca Durham has been busy! She had an article about her art and poetry in the Missoula Valley Lifestyle Magazine and she had an essay published in Superstition Review. She was also interviewed on the YouTube science channel SciShow about her research with biological soil crust. At the time that she had emailed me, she was in the middle of planning a backpacking trip with her daughter to Olympic National Park. * Congratulations to Julie Lovell Dunlap, who is now a certified family nurse practitioner after graduating from the University of Maryland School of Nursing last May. * Karen Blaisdell Faiman just took over as executive director of Wildlife Center Friends (Titusville, N.J.), an organization with a vision to preserve native wildlife and the one habitat that we all share. She remains close with Christina Downing Chludzinski, who lives with her twin 8-year-olds and her husband in Massachusetts. * Carter Davis reported that he recently saw Steve Kidd, his wife, Jess, and his son, James, 1 1/2, along with Marnie Eckelman Steffe and her family. Carter also saw Mark Adelman and his family, including his new daughter, Ainsley. * Henry Lo graduated with a master’s in public administration from California State University, Northridge. * As you can see, I didn’t receive too many emails this time around. Most of you must be saving your news for our 20th reunion. Save the date for June 1-4, 2017! As for me, I recently attended an Indigo Girls concert and there were so many moments that transported me 20 years back to seeing them perform at the Alfond Center. So many happy memories. I can’t wait to see you all soon!