Chris Frothingham wrote from Maine: “The big news is that Heidi and I had a son June 30. Despite the obvious association my family has with the school, much debate, and some reticence on my part, we named him Colby. So far, he’s being very good to his old, tired parents! His three big sisters, 10, 7, and 5, are very enthusiastic caretakers. I’m still on the faculty at University of New England and am kept more than busy with clinic and teaching—and always a Colby grad or two in every class.” * Last fall the United Nations Foundation selected Tabby Biddle as one of 25 international journalists to attend its Global Issues Press Fellowship for the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City. While in NYC, Tabby had the opportunity to attend meetings with high-level experts, policymakers, and key global decision makers. She said it was an awesome experience. Tabby covers women’s rights and the empowerment of women and girls. Look for her articles and opinion pieces in the Huffington Post and the UN Dispatch. * Greg Long loves life in California. He continues to run GAMAGO (gamago.com), the giftware company he founded in 2001. In 2013 Chronicle Books published GAMAGO’s first children’s bedtime book, Yeti, Turn Out the Light!, which Greg wrote. He lives in San Francisco with his wife, Ericka, and son Jack, 9. * From Texas, James Albright writes: “The Albright family remains in Houston, where I’m a busy father of two girls, Ellison, 8, and Emery, 3, as well as a pediatric otolaryngologist. I still try to keep up with running and just completed my first 50-mile ultramarathon (thanks, Coach Wescott!). In November my wife, Kim, and I had a mini-reunion with J.C. Klick and his wife, Barbara, in Philadelphia. It was my first time back to Philly since leaving after residency in 2001, and we had a great time. The Klicks live in Cleveland, Ohio, where J.C. continues to pass gas (anesthesia that is). Looking forward to getting back to Waterville next reunion.” * Jim Conrad is on the move. “After 12 years of cold and snowy winters in Bavaria, my wife, Lori, our three children, and I moved to Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., where I work for the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority focusing on infrastructure and private equity.” * Rebecca Graham Forde shared that “Jen Greenleaf lives in the Boston area with her two boys and works at MIT; Jen Kosek Walker has been homeschooling her four children and loving it while jumping from the Cape to Pennsylvania; and Jen Pelson Hopkins is back in Singapore, with her husband and two kids, teaching fourth grade at the American School. It’s a miracle with all of us spread around that we ever get to see each other!” * Since last fall I’ve been hanging out on the soccer sidelines (outdoor and indoor) in Concord, Mass., with fellow alums Tim Seston ’93 and Sally Zimmerli ’93. Our third grade boys are on the same team this year and having a blast. I’ve also started a nonprofit called ThinkGive (thinkgiveproject.org), which is focused on connecting kids with the social and emotional value of giving—not by donating dollars, but by giving away acts of kindness during a 21-day challenge. We’re busy developing curriculum, fundraising, and running pilot programs in local and regional elementary and middle schools. * Life is good! Have a great spring.