After seven years at Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Press, Kat Brzozowski started a new job editing young adult books for Feiwel and Friends. * Alex Richards just wrapped up his first year at NYU Stern, along with Jamie Wallace, and spent his summer internship in London. He ran into Austin Nicholas in Amsterdam in May. * Courtney Chilcot lives in Aspen, Colo., and teaches at Aspen Country Day School. * Ben Hauptman and Elyse Apantaku bought a house in Winslow, Maine, and their foster child count is up to three. * Scott Zeller graduated from the Duke Physician Assistant Program in August and began working in family medicine in North Carolina. He’s been training for the Chicago marathon in October. Dan Heinrich ran his first marathon in Banff and is gearing up for the New York City marathon in November. Danny Wasserman is about to do his first triathlon this summer in Seattle. The three will be reuniting for a backpacking adventure abroad to bring in the big 3-0 in 2017. * After four years in Asia—Hong Kong and Singapore—Harry Goldstein moved back to Chicago to take on a new role with his current company, Amcor. He’s happy to be back in the U.S. and, of course, have the ability to see friends both in Chicago and around the rest of the country. He’d love for anyone coming to Chicago to give him a shout. * After years of consideration, Dave Metcalf quit his job at Deloitte to pursue a new career as a math teacher in the Boston area starting this fall. He couldn’t be more excited about this change! * Dylan Perry received his M.D. from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and started residency training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston in plastic and reconstructive surgery in June. He’s also engaged to his lovely now fiancée, Liza Bruno. He traveled to England and Spain with Logan King and visited Alvaro Escudero in Salamanca, Spain, where he studied abroad almost 10 years ago. His guest room in Kenmore Square is always open to Mules passing through Boston. * Kris Miranda co-produced DePaul University’s 11th annual Premiere Film Festival, where he also received an award for Best MFA Thesis Drama Pilot. He’ll finish his screenwriting M.F.A. in Los Angeles this fall. But before leaving Chicago, he’ll have one last appointment with his dentist, Ali Fulreader ’07. * Hannah Hickok lives in Brooklyn and is an editor at StyleCaster, a women’s lifestyle website. She celebrated her birthday in June with Delia Langan ’10, Lissa Martin, Jess Vogel, Kalli White, Liz Pfeffer, and Logan King. Hannah and her boyfriend, Jonathan, spent the Fourth of July weekend with me at my parents’ summer home on Shelter Island, N.Y.