Just a small bit of news again this time. * Denise Mailloux Bowden still lives in San Francisco. She recently started working at the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine as an acupuncturist and integrative Chinese medicine practitioner. She wrote, “My private practice is going along beautifully, but I’m excited by the prospect of conducting clinical research and the ability to see clients who otherwise would not receive this kind of care. Life is full!” * I also heard from Brian Miller, who is going through a career change to civil rights law. He’s looking to recruit Colby grads interested in community activism regarding civil and human rights. He’s lived in Florida and Arizona and is now in Cambridge, Mass., where he’s pursuing his second master’s at Harvard. His thesis focus is on implicit bias and police procedures. From there, he plans to apply to law school for civil and human rights law. He wrote, “I wanted to get this out there to see if any Colby grads were interested in networking.” * Morgan Filler is still participating in long-distance open-water swims. Her last marathon swim was 22 miles from Catalina Island to the mainland. She embarked upon a new career—her third!—when she bought a sewing machine and began to learn the process and skills to design and create a swimsuit line that fuses time-period styles with durability and modern material. Morgan lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and is parent to two girls, ages 2 and 5. * After eight years as an at-home mother, I’ve recently rejoined the workforce. I took a job at the high school in my town as a Title 1 math instructor. It feels great to be back in a school and helping kids with math. * Looking forward to seeing you all in June at our 20th reunion!