Wendy (Ihlstrom) ’61 and Bob Nielsen live at Attawan Beach, a small community of 90 homes on Black Point, East Lyme, Conn. They are five houses up from Niantic Bay but not in the flood zone. They lost power for days after Hurricane Sandy, and neighbors helped each other. They were all fortunate to do well. * Louise (Robb) ’60 and Art Goldschmidt are happily settled in Foxdale Village Retirement Community in State College, Pa. Art continues to teach classes for senior citizens, supervise the honors theses for two Penn State seniors, advise a fraternity chapter, sing in the Foxdale Chorus and the local Unitarian Universalist church choir, and work for the Democratic party. He completed the 10th edition of A Concise History of the Middle East (Westview Press), which came out in November 2012, and the fourth edition of his Historical Dictionary of Egypt (Scarecrow Press), which is likely to come out by the time you read this. * Elaine (Healey) ’62 and Paul Reichert have moved into their new home in NH after remodeling. Outside work and fixing the pond will wait until spring. Paul says it’s great to be able to unpack and be able to find “missing” things. * I had a wonderful Road Scholar trip to Chicago in September. I was greatly impressed with the city and its beautiful architecture. * I hope all is well with everyone, and please keep me updated on your news.