Margaret Russell Ewalt, associate professor of Spanish at Wake Forest University, continues to enjoy college life. She and her husband accompanied students on a medical service trip to El Salvador last spring break. They will spend the fall 2013 semester with students in Salamanca, Spain, teaching culture and literature and traveling throughout the region. Olé! * Suzanne Regnier is the director of development at the Brandywine Conservancy in Chadds Ford, Pa. She writes, “In late May 2012, we had our third (surprise) baby! Chris Frothingham saw my newborn’s picture on Facebook and wrote, ‘I’m guessing you’re not going to reunion…’ which made me laugh out loud. If you’d told me that I’d be 20 years out of college with a newborn, I’d have told you that you were crazy. That said, baby David is a joy and we wouldn’t trade him for all the sandwiches at Big G’s.” Must be quite a kid! * After 15 years on the West Coast, Tara McDonough has moved back east to Maine. In September 2012 she married Patrick Ledwith (Stephanie Clement attended with flair). Tara is currently the communications and patron engagement manager with the Portland Symphony Orchestra. A former cast member of Colby Improv, she now performs with the Improvised Puppet Project and serves as the artistic director of New Hampshire’s Stranger Than Fiction improv troupe. She adds: “The Un-Scripted Theater Company in San Francisco, which I founded, recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and became one of only a handful of improvisational theaters in the country with a permanent home.” Congratulations! * Chris Arnold is spending the academic year as a Nieman Journalism Fellow at Harvard University. His studies are focused, in part, on the future of home ownership in America. In June Chris will return to his work as a Boston-based correspondent for NPR. * In November 2012 Dakota Glenn Smith arrived in New York City prepared to run her first marathon. However, given the path of Hurricane Sandy, her plans were aborted. Along with friends, she turned her sights to helping the hurricane victims on Staten Island. She writes, “I put on my orange 2012 New York City Marathon T-shirt, and headed to Staten Island to run around distributing supplies to people in need. It was an eye-opening and incredible experience. All the media coverage we got is amazing, but even more amazing was to see so many friends volunteering in Rockaway, Belle Harbor, Red Hook, and delivering meals to people in high-rises without power. New Yorkers rock. I’m so glad I was there to be able to help even a little.” Check her out at minute 1:27:00 of this coverage: http://video.msnbc.msn.com/nightly-news/49686925#49686925. Back home in California Nov. 11, Dakota rocked her first 26.2 in the Malibu International Marathon. * Scott ’91 and Margaret Igoe Osborne are living in Frederick, Md., where Scott works for Bechtel Power Corp. She recently obtained her M.B.A. and is trying to figure out how best to apply it. She writes, “We have two girls, Cate, 9, and Julia, 7, and spend a lot of our time at the dance studio and horseback-riding barn.” Giddy-up. And keep the news coming, everyone!