I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy during this unprecedented time. Thank you to those who sent updates, and best wishes to everyone! * Iavor Dekov moved to a new place in Austin last November and is working for HeartFlow as a software engineer. * Peter Wirth will be leaving Washington, D.C., to start his plastic and reconstructive surgery residency at the University of Wisconsin in June. * Katie Southworth now paints, exhibits, and sells her artwork out of her newly acquired shared studio space in the SoWa Arts and Design District of Boston. She’s also a member of the SoWa Artist Guild. Her studio (#412B at 450 Harrison Avenue) is open to the public every first Friday of the month as well as most Sundays from May through October. She would love to have fellow Mules come by for a visit, or for anyone to follow her new adventure on Instagram @katiesouthworth_art. Katie also continues to teach full time as an elementary school art teacher for Boston Public Schools. * While working from home, Martha Holland has been calling old friends on the phone, finding creative ways to make rice and beans, and practicing yoga on her floor. * John and Erin Trainor Morrow bought and renovated a house in Portland, Maine. They moved in this spring! * Maggie Chutter graduated in May with her D.V.M. from Cornell and was slated to start as a small animal vet in New Hampshire in June. * Holly Hogan is pursuing her master’s in social work at Arizona State University through their online program. She’s also working in residential and community mental healthcare. She has been a homeowner for a year and a half now, and she’s a proud mom to three cats. * Kate Riley recently moved to Seattle and has had fun reconnecting with Kim Bourne, who is also in the area. She’s working at Seattle Children’s Research Institute and will start grad school this summer. * Lydia Nicholson is fighting for tenants in Los Angeles who are being forced to pay rents even amidst a global crisis. They hope to win a rent suspension until the pandemic is under control. They live in mid-Wilshire with their cat, Lily. * After spending three years working for Varian Medical Systems in Palo Alto, Phil Adamson will enroll in the Stanford University electrical engineering Ph.D. program this fall. His research will mostly take place in the Stanford Medicine Radiology Department, with interests in MRI and neuroimaging. * Hannah Twombly and Connor O’Neil ’15 have been living in Mid-coast Maine for the past three years, and they’re slowly building up an aquaculture business (formed in 2018) together. They’re hoping to start selling whole scallops and kelp in 2021.