Thank you to everyone who wrote in. This is our lightest column since graduation, which must mean that everyone is happily absorbed in family, work, kids, school, etc. Hope everyone is having a great summer. Looking forward to more news in the fall! * Jacob Seilheimer wrote in (humorously, of course) with some good and some not-so-good news: over the past two years, he got a cat (Little Nancy Reagan), was diagnosed with cancer (oligoastrocytoma brain tumor), got engaged and married to Megan Yaple (SMU ’03), underwent cancer treatment (surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy), and returned to work as a corporate tax consultant. Jacob—we wish you the best, and you are in our thoughts. * Kyle Burke just spent a year teaching at Colby and is moving to New Hampshire to start his new job at Plymouth State. He will miss eating lunch at Bobs every day. * Jenn Brenneman Clements is still the lodge manager at Three Forks Ranch on the Colorado/Wyoming border. She and her husband, Dave, are expecting their first baby in August, a boy. * Marin Hoffman Kemnitz had her second baby boy in January, and Shelley Hughes and Katie Altneu visited Marin and family in Minnesota. Katie is doing great with her ever-expanding acupuncture practice in Denver, and Shelley is about to go into her second year of business school at Kellogg in Chicago. * Melanie Newton Lago and her husband, Patrick, welcomed their first baby, Ethan Malcolm Lago, April 20. He was 7 pounds 3 ounces, and everyone is doing well. They plan on visiting Maine this summer with Ethan, and then Melanie will be back in her kindergarten classroom this fall.