Accepting the baton from Katie Gagne Callow, I’ve really enjoyed hearing from many of you. If you’re in the Boston area, please reach out as Andrew, Ainsley, and I would love to catch up! I often meet up with Karina Johnson, who bumps into Katie on several occasions. * Maggie Johnson, currently in Florida, finished her Ph.D. in marine biology at Scripps Institution of Oceanography in 2016. She’s currently wrapping up a three-year postdoc fellowship with the Smithsonian. * Suzanne and Sheldon Stevenson, who practices emergency medicine at Central Maine Medical Center, live with their children, Finn and Charlie, on Casco Bay, down the street from Chris and Erin Rockney Van Wagenen. Sheldon attended Jon Gilboy’s wedding in December in a gorilla costume. Mac Lynch, Lauren (Uhlmann ’06) and Aaron Blazar, Brad Kasnet, Adventure Dave (honorary ’05), and Matt and Maureen Sherry Lynes were there too. Matt and Maureen, along with Nathaniel Hulme, Andrew Raser, Steph Pierce Sheline, Nicole Wessen Cushman, Katie Lynch, and Blake Grosch ’03 have met Henry Robert Ryder, mini Mule of Jon ’02 and Carreau Mueller Ryder, born in February. Carreau joined David Acker, Jeff Lederman, Kevin Yardi, Alana McGee, Joanne O’Donnell, Tara Studley, Carrie Fredland, Jon Eisenberg, Cat Pappas Marks, Katie Markowski Dru, Kaitlin McCafferty ’04, Steph Pierce Sheline, and Abbey McGuire in the streets of Boston in April to cheer on Jackie Dao Dinneen, who ran the marathon after welcoming Baby James Ryan last year. * Brianna (Tufts ’07) and Mike Walsh welcomed their second child, Connor James, in January. * Torrey Kulow moved to Portland, Ore., with her husband and daughter. * Hillary Klug married her longtime boyfriend, Jon Stuart, in Aspen in March. In attendance were Josh German ’04, Mike Shea ’04, Caitlin Krauss (two years at Colby), Melissa Landau, Jake Moe ’06, cousin Madeline Ratoza Ragan ’08, and sister-in-law Hilary Peterson Klug ’97. Hillary returned from Afghanistan last June and continues to serve in the Army as a JAG attorney. * Warner Nickerson, on the board of the U.S. Ski Team, moved to Stockholm, Sweden, to live with his girlfriend. He started a YouTube Channel (Warner Nickerson) in February and posts videos 3-7 days a week with (mostly) daily blogs. Y Emily (Tull ’06) and John Pollakowski, with daughter Lyanna and dog Dakota, moved from Manhattan to Bronxville (the ’burbs!). * Patrick Harner works as a personal trainer in Lebanon, Ohio, where he lives with wife Leah and daughters Brielle Mae and Tahlia Grace. He recently earned his EMT and Firefighter II certifications and will compete in the Spartan Trifecta this summer. * After six years as director at Matthew Marks Gallery, Helen Brown Babst left to start her own gallery, The Babst Project, set to open in January 2019. In September she had a girl, Audria. * Ryan and Wendy Bonner Spicer welcomed Jameson Michael last November. Jameson, named for his father, grandfather, and Wendy’s mentor/AAU basketball coach, adores his big sisters, Riley and Emery. Wendy works as a program director for a small tutoring company. * Adelin Cai recently left her head of policy role at Pinterest to take time off to goof around with her husband, who’s also on an indefinite work sabbatical. She plans to travel and learn who she is without work to define her. * In December Melissa Plante DuBois welcomed daughter Nora Rose, who joined siblings Penn and Maren. Melissa completed her M.B.A at Cornell in May and moved to Minneapolis this summer. Former roommates of 16 Winter Street (Sarah Burlingham, Laura Cimini, Ann MacDonald, Marisa Giller, Meggie Finn, Elizabeth Johnson, Rachel Ritchie) have reconvened from all corners of the country for the past two years and plan a third reunion in Oregon this July. * Corrie Shattenkirk works as a nurse-midwife at a community health center in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., after receiving her degrees from Columbia University. * Shawn Chakrabarti lives in D.C. and is set to open The Family Place PCS (one of the only adult charter schools nationally that concurrently serves immigrant parents and children through ESL classes, workforce development, and early childhood education) as a founding board member this fall. * In February Jonathan and Mallory Young Michaeles had their second child, Emerson Lincoln, who joins older sister Amelia. * Emily (Greene ’06) and Josh Kahn welcomed daughter Evelyn Iris March 5. Emily’s on maternity leave from her position as chief of staff at an education and workforce nonprofit, and Josh is a creative director at Arnold Worldwide.