Katrina Belle works as a carpentry lead for Teton Habitat for Humanity, where she’s building 24 category-one homes in Jackson, Wyo. * Joe DeAngelo is enrolling in the Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s MSTP program, working toward an M.D./Ph.D. degree. * Anna Doyle was accepted to Indiana University for a master’s of fine arts in acting. She’s headed there this August for their three-year program. * Molly Hodgkins graduated from the University of Maine in May with a master’s in higher education. She was recognized with the Higher Education Excellence Award and as the Graduate Student Employee of the Year. She’s job searching for a position at an institution that promotes access for traditionally marginalized and underserved student populations. Recently, she met up with Ellie Quinby, Victoria Falcon, Karen Chen, and Matt D’Orazio for some good ol’ honky-tonkin’ in the wild city of Nashville. * Catherine Minahan lives in Boston, where she works in corporate relations and patient programming at Boston Health Care for the homeless program. She takes classes after work toward eventually going to nursing school. Catherine loves having Colby alumni volunteer with patients—if you’re in the area, don’t hesitate to reach out! * Haley Oleynik lives in Seattle and works for the National Marine Fisheries Service as a fisheries observer. She goes up to Alaska (the Aleutian Islands and Bering Sea) for two months at a time to live on commercial Pollock-fishing vessels and collect biological data of their catch. Haley has applied to graduate schools for fisheries science and is awaiting decisions. * Kayla Turner received her J.D. from the University of New Hampshire School of Law May 19. She graduated as a Daniel Webster Scholar and therefore doesn’t have to sit for a bar exam. She was sworn into the New Hampshire Bar and the Federal Bar for the District of New Hampshire May 18, 2018. * Molly Wylie worked for two years as a research coordinator at Boston Children’s Hospital on a grant-funded study of women’s health and disability. She now works as a geriatric care advisor at Springwell in Waltham, Mass., and will begin the gerontology Ph.D. program at UMass Boston this fall.