Becca Brackett Price has had a wonderful, crazy, intense, exhausting, and fulfilling year. She and husband Lewis traveled to China last November to meet their daughter, Zoe. She’s absolutely amazing, and they’re blessed with an active, friendly 5-and-a-half-year old. They still run their specialty cable business, and Lewis travels around the world several times a year. Fayetteville, Ark., has been their home base for five years. Becca says it’s very much like New England, with shorter winters! * Caitlin Sullivan completed her first half marathon in October after three months training. She has three wonderful children, 4, 7, and 9. They’re a big tennis family and their 7-year-old competed in a USTA tennis tournament. It’s been years since Caitlin has visited Colby, but she’s still very close to her good Colby friends and appreciates them so much! * Gretchen Fisher Orr works for the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation in Connecticut as an instructor/trainer and is currently enrolled in grad school at UMass Boston in the vision studies program for orientation and mobility (white cane travel for the visually impaired). Happily married for two years to Armond Orr, she shares their home with Sheyenne, a German shepherd, and Bella, a little pit bull/terrier mix with a big personality. * Cory Snow said that Sandy Colhoun had baby number two, Stuart Wood Colhoun, with wife Selina Oct. 6. Everyone is healthy. * Trish Biros Mitchell is an exercise physiologist and runs a pediatric cardiopulmonary exercise laboratory at Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence, R.I. She mostly does clinical work but gets involved with occasional research. Last September she presented their most recent research at a biannual pediatric work physiology meeting in Cornwall, England. The best part was crossing the pond five days early to check out London with her hubby sans children! * Since our reunion, DC Comics (now DC Entertainment) relocated C. Evan Metcalf from NYC to the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif., where he works in the creative services division facilitating the brand extension of DC Comics properties (Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern) into videogames, movies, and television. His wife, Amie, and three children—Oscar, 8, Arlo, 6, and Lucy, 3—have joined him in a cozy 1950s ranch home on the flats of Burbank, where it’s always sunny, lizards outnumber squirrels, and orange trees grow in their front yard. * Sue Gouws Korn is still in the San Francisco Bay area, where she’s been for 13 years, and started a new job as VP-finance at peer-to-peer lending marketplace Prosper.com. She loves the startup mentality and is wondering why she didn’t make the switch years ago. Her sons are 6 and 3, and she’s continually amused looking at the world through their eyes. * Katherine Dauge-Roth returned from a great year in Switzerland, husband Alexandre’s home country, where they were both on sabbatical from teaching at Bowdoin and Bates. Katherine writes, “We got lucky and found a house to rent near Neuchatel with a view of the lake and rolling hills of vineyards above it. Alex and I spent our time doing research and writing while our children, Claire, 12, and Aymeric, 4, navigated school and making friends all in French. We hiked a lot, skied a little (no snow over there this year, contrary to what they got in Maine!), ate lots of cheese and chocolate, and just enjoyed living at a different pace as a family for a little while. It is nice to be back in Maine, though as of this writing Aymeric, who abandoned English entirely about two months into our time over there, has yet to speak a word of it!” * On Dec. 26, 2010, Richard and Kaylyn Hipps Groves welcomed their second baby: Maxwell Augustine Groves, a healthy and happy little boy. Lucky for all of them that Max is easy going—sister Mary-Alice, 2, enjoys pushing him over a bit too much. * Great job with the news everyone—keep it coming!