Noah Haverkamp Frere is going back to school to pursue a career in astrophysics, starting at a community college in Knoxville, Tenn., to catch up to the physics majors before applying to graduate schools. His wife, Jill, is due with their first baby in April. Her name will likely be Santosha Nagaya; Santosha is Sanskrit for contentment. * Chris Haigh works at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston as director of diversity programs, and she also teaches high school humanities. She lives in Roslindale with her partner of seven years; they’re marrying in July. “We are thrilled that our marriage will be recognized not only in Massachusetts but federally as well.” * Matthew Muszala and his wife, Carolyn, had a baby girl in September 2013. Her name is Bensley Anne Muszala and she’s their first. They live in Washington, Conn., where Matt is helping Mike ’92 and Michelle Tupesis Gorra ’92 with the local hockey and skating programs. Matt now works for the custom content team at Forbes Media, where Mike Federle ’81 is the COO. * For the past four years Elizabeth Herbert Menz has been living in Mountain View, Calif., where she manages her own content strategy consultancy for companies in San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Before moving to California, Beth and her husband, Matt, took a year off and traveled for seven months; they visited five continents and 13 countries. Colby was part of the U.S. road trip, so Beth showed Matt the campus, including the old Echo office. Prior to California, Beth lived in England for five years. Beth recently saw Erin Mansur and Kristian Parker ’94, both of whom were attending meetings in the San Francisco area. Last August Beth had her first baby, Owen. * In January Sandy Bugbee Larsen spent four days on a reunion cruise for her Semester at Sea that she completed 20 years ago during her junior semester abroad. She had a fantastic time cruising from San Diego to Ensenada, Mexico. * In November I got together with Andrew Vernon, Marc Rubin, Mike Rosenthal, and Joshua Eckel ’94 to attend a Stanford University football game. Even though we all are busy with our families and jobs, it was great to carve out a weekend to spend together.