Nikki Yanok left her position at Cambridge Associates and returned to Portland, Maine, to work at H.M. Payson & Co. She recently graduated from a 200-hour yoga teacher training with Boston Yoga School. Since her return to Maine, she’s been working closely with the Colby Club of Portland and hopes to see many classmates at upcoming events. * Justin Partridge graduated from Harvard Medical School and is beginning his residency as a maxillofacial surgeon at Boston’s Massachusetts General Hospital. * Jilian Vaughan works at Ardito, Sweeney, Stusse, Robertson, & Dupuy, P.C., a general practice law firm on Cape Cod in West Yarmouth, where she specializes in real estate and estate planning. She’s engaged to be married this August. * After living together for three of the last four years in blissful coexistence, Eric Barthold and Jack Lewis will go their separate ways to pursue further education. Eric will attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s social justice education program while Jack will stay in Maine to attend the University of New England’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. * Evan O’Neill is now VP of mobile at React2Media. He traveled to the annual ultimate Frisbee tournament, Windmill Windup, in the Netherlands with a team filled with Colby players: Will Bloomhardt, David Furman, Kathryn Moore ’14, Rob O’Connor, and Beatrice Smith ’15. They took home the spirit prize for the mixed division. Y After more than two years at the U.S. Department of Transportation Andy Estrada joined Hillary for America as the North Carolina press secretary. He looks forward to exploring lovely Raleigh—and is excited to get back on the campaign trail! * Trip Venturella wrote and starred in Killer Maples: The Musical, presented by his new company, Yelling Man Theatre, in Boston. In the audience were Colby friends Tim Buckingham, Jeff Carpenter, Sarah Hirsch, Max Hogue ’13, Grant Patch, and Francesco Tisch. Trip has been quite busy working on building a theater in Chelsea, Mass., but is heading to Ohio University in the fall to pursue his M.F.A. in playwriting. * Justin Rouse and Laura Maloney were back at Colby for reunion weekend to catch up with friends and professors and to meet with Colby staff to start planning for our five-year reunion. We hope to see all of you back on Mayflower Hill June 1-4, 2017!