This is the column of the long-lost classmates. I heard from more people who had never written in or who hadn’t written in years. Welcome back! Jan Gisholt was married to Hara Mavrikos Sept. 17 in Santorini, Greece. He and Hara practice maritime law in NYC, and he promises not to wait another 22 years to submit. * Terri Edmunds has been living near Chicago since 1996, but she still misses the East Coast. She and her husband have two kids, and she works at Alcatel-Lucent in strategic marketing, where she manages the enterprise global consultant program. You may see Terri on the Food Network one day: she tried out for the first season of Gordon Ramsay’s MasterChef in 2010, and in October she placed fifth out of 227 in the Aetna Food Fight Challenge, vying for a chance to cook for Bobby Flay. * Susan Serino lives in Cambridge with her husband, Steve, and is in her 17th year as a school psychologist/counselor at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School. She also currently serves as her Harvard Square church’s junior warden. * Jeff England finds it ironic that, after being expelled from Colby for bad grades, he is now a professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC responsible for handing out grades. “Thankfully, I’m a better professor than I was a student.” * Jana Christopher lives in Keene, N.H., where, when she isn’t working as a residential educator at a group home for mentally ill adults, she deals tournaments for a charity poker room. Jana is learning sign language and is a peer counselor in Re-evaluation Counseling, so she keeps plenty busy! * Kathleen Murphy Fellbaum enjoyed Jody Zorgdrager’s book, Of Consequence, as well as Gerry Hadden’s book, Never the Hope Itself. * Lawrence Collins also said Gerry’s book is “awesome.” Lawrence’s band is almost finished with a new album, Acoustronika, and will have released a five-song EP version by the time you read this. * Jennifer Johnson Muse lives in Pittsburgh, where, pre-kids, she was an ICU nurse. Now she’s busier than ever shuttling three kids to “every sport under the sun” and volunteering for the Phipps Conservatory and the Carnegie Museum’s Women’s Committee. Jennifer’s oldest, Anna, competed in the world championships in Irish dancing in Dublin last April, and Jennifer got to go along. She’ll go again when Anna competes next spring in Belfast. * After 21 years in California, David Fearon has returned to the East Coast, where he is a data management specialist at the Johns Hopkins library in Baltimore. He reports that JHU’s Georgian campus is like a “bigger, sciencier Colby.” * Nancy Spellman recently caught up with Jenni Underhill in Florida under not-so-great circumstances. Nancy’s mom, who lives in Cape Canaveral, fell and broke her shoulder. Jenni has been encouraging Nancy to get involved in cycling and, while in Florida, Nancy and Jenni rode together. Nancy has completed four metric centuries (62 miles) in the past year, and Jenni has done a full century (100 miles). * John Reynolds still writes and performs on CBS’s The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, where he is trying to get Gerry Hadden some airtime for his book. Gerry and John are not only Colby classmates, but both attended Pelham High School in NY. * Andy Ayers and Rob Erdmann are co-head coaches of the Agawam Mite A (7 to 8-year-olds) travel hockey team in Hamilton, Mass. Andy’s son, Jimmy, and Rob’s son, Jack, both play on the team. * Shaun Dakin had a great visit with Mike Beck this summer on Block Island. Shaun works in DC as a managing partner for training at Webbmedia Group. His son is in second grade, and Mike helped celebrate Shaun’s 14th anniversary with his wife, Dr. Saleena Dakin. Congrats! * Andrew Ian Dodge is busy with his run for U.S. Senate. As he says, it will be “one interesting spring next year and I can’t wait.” * Gretchen Kreahling McKay isn’t a senator, but she was elected to the advisory board for Reacting to the Past. She works with Professor of Art Michael Marlais at Colby to develop a Reacting to the Past game. Starting in January Gretchen will be chair of the department of art and art history at McDaniel College, where she teaches.