Cathy White Sethi and her husband, Ajay, welcomed Penelope Alba Sethi Feb. 25—possibly a future Mule in the making! * Bram Gellar is excited to be moving back to Portland, Maine, this summer. He’s accepted a critical care cardiology position at Maine Medical Center as assistant director of the cardiac intensive care unit. He’ll also practice cardiology there. * Nate Dick and his wife, Katie (Holy Cross ’06), live in Medford, Mass., with their two daughters, Juniper and Tatum, and a dog, Clover. Nate works as a consultant in energy efficiency programs for a large electric and natural gas provider in New England. Katie is national director for fundraising at Jumpstart. Nate spends time with friends from Colby and crosses paths with alumni in unlikely settings. He was at Colby for the annual basketball alumni game, and he looks forward to the new developments in Waterville. * Michael ’07 and Emily Boyle Westbrooks are moving back to Dublin in July. They love visitors—especially Colby friends! * Barbara Hough and Dominic Kallas got engaged on Christmas night 2017 and plan to get married in June 2019. * Sara Booth Petrosillo is moving to Evansville, Ind., this summer with her husband, Vincenzo, and their two daughters to begin a new job as assistant professor of medieval and early modern literature at the University of Evansville. Sara finished her Ph.D. at the University of California, Davis in 2016 and has been a visiting assistant professor at Franklin & Marshall College since 2017. She looks forward to this permanent position and to being closer to friends in the Midwest, like her first-year roommate, Emilia Tjernstrom. * Lindsay Masters works as an environmental regulator for the State of Colorado, helping clean up groundwater pollution and steward a nuclear legacy Superfund site. In February she had beers with Tim Monahan and Michael Feldman ’05 in Boston. * Jennifer Radcliffe opened her own real estate brokerage this March. She’s owner/principal broker of a team of five operating out of a new office at the golf course in Creswell, Ore. * Becky Greslick Vance looked forward to a spring of home improvement projects—painting the house, re-lining the pool, fixing rotting door frames, and lots of flower and vegetable gardening with her kids. * Rob Jacobs and his wife, Terry, welcomed a daughter, Morgan, in November. Older brother Tyler, 4, is very excited by the new arrival. They’re in a time of transition—when Rob finishes his orthopedic surgery residency at the University of Vermont, they’ll relocate to Seattle in July for a one-year fellowship in orthopedic trauma surgery at Harborview Medical Center. * Nate Stone writes that Stephen Planas recently tried his hand at home brewing in D.C., creating a tasty birthday stout and inviting other Mules over for samples. Melissa McNulty, Eli Lehrhaupt, Cait Miller, and Lauren Wagoner were at the event, and the stout was very well received overall! * Josh ’05 and Emily Greene Kahn welcomed their daughter, Evelyn Iris Kahn, March 5. Baby is doing great and has already seen four Boston blizzards in her brief time on earth. Mom was on maternity leave from her position as chief of staff at an education and workforce nonprofit, and dad is a creative director at Arnold Worldwide, an advertising agency. * Erin Parry and her husband, Adam Hart, welcomed a son, William Lawrence Hart, Dec. 19. * To round out the baby news, my husband, John McKee, and I welcomed a daughter, Teagan Grace McKee, March 22. She’s happy, healthy, and well loved, especially by her big sister, Quinn.