Greetings, all! I’m hopeful by the time you receive your Colby Magazine we are all adjusting to a new normal. * I was fortunate to get together with Heather Lounsbury, Marile Haylon Borden, Rebekah Freeman Schulze, Carolyn Hart and Dave O’Shea ’93, and Kim Morrison Lysaght ’90 for Rebekah’s daughter’s Bat Mitzvah in South Florida in November and then three weeks later in Massachusetts for Marile’s daughter’s Bat Mitzvah. * Jason “Guido” Sudano’s Denmark adventure has come to an end with the coronavirus. Guido and his family have moved from Copenhagen back to Long Island. He writes, “Denmark was amazing! My daughter is fluent in Danish now, and we miss it already, but it’s also good to be back around family now.” * After 11 years of working and living the country life in Yosemite National Park, Heather Boothe has taken a two-year fellowship with the National Park Service’s Office of Legislative and Congressional Affairs in Washington, D.C. She knew it was going to be a big year in the capitol due to the election, but the coronavirus has added a new twist. That said, once travel bans are over, she’d love to see you if you’re in DC. * Finally, it’s with much sadness that I share the recent passing of two classmates, Deanna Huston and Jason Angell. Our condolences to their families. More information can be found in the In Memoriam section in the back of the magazine. * Wishing you all good health and happiness. Please keep the updates coming.