Thanks to everyone who sent updates. * Will Ryan works at Definitive Brewing in Portland, Maine, named one of the top 15 breweries to watch by Hop Culture. * Meg Giblin is a clinical research coordinator for multiple studies at Massachusetts General Hospital that examine the late side effects of proton radiation on pediatric tumors. * Katherine Kibler lives in Somerville and works as a stylist for Blank Label, a custom menswear startup. She also runs an Etsy shop, Woolens by KK. * Kim Bourne works at Davidson College conducting social psychology research on the impact of diversity messages on underrepresented minorities and women’s learning, retention of science, and feelings of belonging within STEM. They recently published a paper on the impact of embodying a different gendered avatar in virtual reality on stereotype threat, and have a book chapter coming out on confronting sexism. She hopes to begin a Ph.D. in social psychology this fall. * Samuel Reed had his one-year anniversary at the adtech magazine Digiday. * Emily Sapoch earned her M.Ed. from Johns Hopkins School of Education last June. She’s in her third year teaching kindergarten in Dallas. * Hannah Twombly lives on North Haven Island in Maine and works mostly outdoors on the small, organic Cider Hill Farm. She tends sheep and chickens, does maintenance and construction projects and works steadily on cutting back the invasive species Glossy Buckthorn, planting native species in its place. She’s revamping the website and working on marketing and inventory—indoor tasks much appreciated on sub-zero days! * Hannah Corderman was featured in the December 2018 issue of Scientific American. At 17, Hannah was diagnosed with Usher syndrome, a rare genetic condition that causes combined deafness and blindness. The article highlights Hannah’s personal story while investigating scientific developments in treating deafness with gene therapy. Hannah, an active board member of the Usher Syndrome Society, is hopeful that this high-profile feature will support her efforts to raise awareness and funds to one day find a cure. * Last summer Russ Ollis moved to New York and began working at a boutique consulting firm. * Cathryn Ryan graduated from Villanova University’s Charles Widger School of Law. Next fall she’ll work at Reed Smith, LLP in Philadelphia, joining Tom Suddath ’78. * Rubez Chong started a master’s program at the MIT Media Lab last fall. She’s working at the intersection of anthropology, design, and technology and spent the fall working with formerly incarcerated individuals to build technologies to facilitate reentry. Rubez spent January in Colombia working with coffee farmers to improve their coffee production process. * Grace Baldwin is in her first year at Harvard Medical School, Class of 2022! * Last fall Taylor Peterson started an M.A. media studies program at the University of Texas at Austin. Any Mules coming through Austin should let her know! * Hannah Schafer, Blake McCartney, Sarah Carrigan, William Qualey, Emily Reif, Jenna Hill, and Abby Lebowitz ’15 started a book club in Portland, Maine. They gather monthly to discuss books only half of them read and eat snacks from Trader Joe’s. They’ve decided this is peak adulting. * Maggie Chutter is in her third year of vet school at Cornell. * Iavor Dekov visited his family in Eswatini, Africa, for the first time since 2013. * Maya Finkelstein is in her first year of law school at Duke University. * Yinka Onayemi attends Georgetown Law in Washington, D.C., runs the nonprofit Renascent America out of New York City that focuses on youth civic engagement, and is the D.C. regional director for the Healthy Democracy Coalition, which brings big donors together across party lines to fund solutions to large-scale political problems. He’ll work as a summer associate for a big law firm this summer. * Ben Crocker is a 5/6 math teacher in Bucksport, Maine, and is in his second year at Husson University, getting a master’s in school counseling. * Cam Coval still serves as executive director of the nonprofit Pueblo Unido PDX, which is developing trainings to teach other local nonprofits how to perform trauma-informed intake interviews and connect their clients to legal representation as well. See the “Good Works” story about Cam in this issue. * Ending on an exciting note, John Morrow and Erin Trainor are engaged! They’ll wed in Kennebunkport, Maine, this November. Congratulations!