Our class was remarkably quiet this news cycle. I’m sure that means an avalanche of responses for the next column! * After 10 years in Singapore, and with two of her kids in college (Teaguen ’19 studying elementary education at Marquette University and Ainsley ’20J studying physics and math at Emory University) and one at Eagle Hill in Wareham, Mass., Lael Hinman Stanczak and family are moving back to the U.S. to Belchertown, Mass. Lael says, “We’re excited about the change after living in cities our entire adult life, and hope our dogs love the grass and the seasons as much as we will.” * Doug Morrione also returned to the U.S. for a visit to Waterville, where his documentary cowboy film, Everything In the Song is True, was screened July 14 at the Maine International Film Festival. Viewers in Waterville report that the film is an outstanding blend of storytelling and cinematography. So much so that it won second place as audience favorite at the festival. Doug and family live and work in Dubai. * Beth Curran Balter writes, “I’ve been keeping busy getting a freelance writing business up and running while squiring my two girls—Stella, 11, and Annie, 8—and our new dog, Harry, around the greater Boston area.” Beth recently had dinner with Betsy Arden Rickards. * Ari Druker connected with fellow White Mules in Tokyo, where he and Joe Meyers ’79 welcomed Haolu Wong ’10 for the screening of her short film Flip Flops at The Short Shorts Film Festival Asia in Shibuya, Tokyo. * Amy O’Mara Moore works in healthcare compliance and lives in Hingham, Mass., with kids Susanna, 14, and James, 10. Amy and I recently reminisced about our junior year abroad in Cork, Ireland, with the help of some old letters we had received from Greg Burns and Kristen Suslowicz McCarthy during their junior years abroad in Australia and Japan. Letters! On paper! * Those old letters were a great reminder of how wonderful it is to receive news about friends—whether it’s life events or dorm gossip. Hope to hear from you next time!