Catalina Cadavid graduated from Fordham University School of Law in May; studied for, took, and passed the New York State bar over the summer; and married David Melroy in September. She’s since joined a small labor and employment law firm in Manhattan, Pechman Law Group. Victoria Gonzalez made time in her busy doctor schedule to be one of her bridesmaids. * Jordan Schoonover moved back to Portland, Ore., and started a new job practicing energy and environmental law. * Last September Danielle Carlson completed her first full Ironman in Madison, Wis. I’m looking forward to seeing Colby classmates in March for her wedding! * Ben Metcalf ’11 proposed to Jevan Jammal on top of Mount Katahdin in August. She, of course, said yes! And they hiked down from the mountain in pure bliss. * Austin Scholl and Traver Elder are getting married next summer in Lake Placid. He has a new job as a blimp driver. * Andrew Cox moved to Dublin, Ireland, to study medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). He’s excited to be across the pond for the next four years. * Reuben Biel is finishing his Ph.D. in ecology at Oregon State University, and Fran (Still) Biel works at Oregon Health and Science University in the epidemiology department. They expected their second daughter in January. * In late August, on the Maine coast, Claire Tinsley married Eric Firnhaber on what was the most perfect Maine summer day. Kaitlin Lynch Oroho, Blythe Miller, Christine Friar, Alec Oot, and Allie Todd joined in to help celebrate and enjoy the festivities. * Last year Pat Findaro and his brother started their firm Visa Franchise, based out of Miami. They advise foreign nationals on U.S. franchise investments that qualify for investor visas. Currently, they have more than 35 clients from nine countries. * Mike Baldwin and Sara Cameron got married June 18 and had a Colby crew (across many classes!) there! * I’m two-thirds of the way through my accelerated nursing program (but who’s counting?) at Regis University in Denver. I’ve discovered that the best way to study for exams is packed into the car with ski gear and friends on the way to the mountains.