Greetings, classmates! Apparently it’s been another slow news quarter, or people are so busy that they have no time to write. Still, we did hear from a few people. * Jim Hayes wrote: “After working at a criminal defense firm in Manhattan, for the past two years I have been living in Bethesda, Md., working as a criminal prosecutor at the Department of Justice as a trial attorney for the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, handling cases in both Brooklyn, N.Y., and Miami, Fla. It was a fantastic job but it required a lot of travel and living out of hotel rooms. In January my family and I headed to Miami because I’m starting a job as an assistant United States attorney for the Southern District of Florida. My wife, Julie, is from Ft. Lauderdale, and our two daughters, Caitlin, 5, and Megan, 3, will therefore get to see their grandparents more often, as well as their dad, because I won’t be traveling for work anymore! And we are expecting a third child in May 2013.” * On a national note, our own Amy Walter and Dan Harris ’93 hosted ABC’s livestream coverage of Election Night, which served nearly 10 million live video streams. * I hope everyone had a very happy New Year. You’re all encouraged to drop me a line anytime and let me (and the rest of our class) know what is going on in your lives.