Kim Reiss Binder is in her second year of an oncology fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. She is very much enjoying the combination of taking care of cancer patients and pursuing her research interests. She married in 2010 and has a 20-month-old, Amelia, with baby number two due in September. * Chris and Anne Tricomi Lang bought a home in North Yarmouth, Maine, and had a baby girl, Juliana Tegan. Anne works for Healthy Casco Bay on public health, policy, and environmental change, including tobacco cessation, physical activity, and nutrition. Anne still plays volleyball and gets to play with and against Candice Parent (Colby coach) every now and then. Anne loved attending the wedding of Abbey Stella ’04 last September and seeing Laurel Burnham Deacon ’03 and Kimberly Prescott ’04. * Sister Madeleine (Sarah) Miller is now an adjunct instructor at Wayne State College in Nebraska, teaching sociology and political science. She will student-teach this fall and earn her teaching certificate. * Matt Tolve and his wife, Mercy, welcomed a second baby girl, Sasha Elise Tolve, in February. Everyone is doing well, even Chloe, Sasha’s initially skeptical but loving older sister. * Nicki Shoemaker McNair and her husband, J.R., welcomed Abby May McNair Sept. 15, 2013. She’s 7 months now and changing daily. Nicki reported that Tammie Sebelius was planning to move from Lucerne, Switzerland, to London this spring. * Matt and Loryn Traversi Irwin expect a third child in August. * Hillary Lavely Corbin also has a third child, daughter Holloway Hillman Corbin, born Feb. 28. Holloway joins big sisters Lavely, 5, and Campbell, 3. The Corbin girls are doing well. * Eric Zuaro moved back to Telluride, Colo., and is doing structural welding and carpentry for Back of Nowhere Engineering. In his spare time he helps out on his girlfriend’s farm and works on his art. * Blake Crowley married Eduardo Navarro (Tulane, master of architecture, 2005) April 12. They’re happily settling into married life in Oakland, Calif. * After nearly nine years with the company, Shannon Murphy Weidinger was promoted to senior vice president in April and continues to lead MSLGROUP’s San Francisco health-care practice. * Chris and Sally Hall Bell continue to work at the University of Oregon and are in love with bucolic Eugene, Ore., where local food and wine are abundant and the coastal and mountain recreation is endless. They’re excited about a trek to Nepal in late summer.