Katie Frank lived in Lesotho, the tiny mountain kingdom surrounded by South Africa, for two years, recently moving to Nigeria, where she will continue to work for Johns Hopkins University on projects in Abuja for the next year. Katie has been shark diving, caving, and bungee jumping in South Africa and gorilla trekking in Rwanda. She plans to balloon over Cappadocia in Turkey. * Kelly Field recently celebrated 10 years at the Chronicle of Higher Education, where’s she’s the chief Washington reporter. She lives in D.C. with her husband, Eric, an attorney, and two daughters, Emma, 4, and Adrienne, 1. * Steve Murphy got engaged to Sarah Grossblatt in Cuba; Steve is a policy advisor to the U.S. special representative for global health diplomacy at the State Department, and he would love to connect with Colby alumni working on global health issues. * Kurt Kelley and Stephanie Small ’98 welcomed their second child, Hannah, March 5. Kurt continues to grow his ophthalmology practice in Brunswick, Maine, while Stephanie works nearby as a women’s health nurse practitioner. * Sasha Brown-Worsham had her third baby at home. Adara Fairchild joins big sister Samara, 7, and brother Alan, 5, who are both madly in love. Sasha is working as an editor in NYC after having recently moved to the area from Boston. * Andy King recently published a cookbook, Baking by Hand, based on home-baking techniques and products he serves at his bakery in Salem, Mass. He still owns A&J King Artisan Bakers with his supremely talented wife, Jackie. Their two children (Emaline, 9, and Elliot, 4) do not sing a cappella at all. He lives with his aforementioned family, four huskies, a cat, seven chickens, and a few hundred bottles of homemade wine in Topsfield, Mass. * David and Megan Rourke Gustafson welcomed twin girls, Grace and Emily, to the family. The twins join older brothers Kevin, Connor, and Grady. * Keep the news coming!