Thanks to Scott Parker and Greg Burns, the party never stopped at our 20th reunion. Beer die tables, the tiki bar, and Lael Hinman Stanczak’s Bizz Buzz playlist meant there was little sleep in East Quad (Butler, Champlin, Small) after the party kicked off Friday evening. John Bonello, Jason Pizer, Mark Radcliffe, Isabelle Gagnon Johnson, Holly Coxe Brittingham, Pam Crebase Chudzik, Mike Rosenblum, and Chris Benecchi were among those who got the party started Friday. Rod Gerdsen kept things going with sandwiches from Big G’s. There was a strong contingent from California including Karen Nelson, Mike Saad, Bill Michels, Jon Zack, and Marshall Dostal, who took turns on the tables along with Ty Merritt and Lee “Robbie” Robbins. The campus continues to grow and change, with Miller Library and several dorms on Roberts Row under renovation. Lesley Frymier Cook, Chris West, Libby Repass Dumas, and Karen Beauchesne Charette were among classmates spoiled for choice at the Colby Bookstore, now located in the revamped student center. The variety of Colby swag available for purchase was a sight to behold. A.G. Gillis took first place in our age group for the Blue Light 5k Run on a very wet Saturday morning. Other ’93 runners who were at the front of the pack included Matt Kearns, Dave Higgins, Chris Chin, James Fitz-Gerald, Tim Seston, and Janine Olson. Tim said, “Well done, all. It was also a bonus to see that my chemistry professor ran as well. Julie Millard and I got the chance to catch up.” This is not the first time Janine Olson and Tim Seston have teamed up for running. They recently ran a 24-hour, 200-mile relay race as part of a team of 12 runners. Janine ran her first half marathon last fall and has done two more since (one in Edinburgh, Scotland). Tim and Sally Zimmerli made the reunion a family affair, staying in East Quad with their family. Shawn Bryant, Rob Hostler, and John Smith also attended with their families; Sheri Petelle Marnoto wisely moved her family to Foss, where they could sleep undisturbed by the ongoing party in the East Quad class headquarters. Saturday afternoon saw three members of the Class of ’93 giving talks around campus: filmmaker Doug Morrione, Olympic athlete Hilary Gehman, and Eric DeCosta, assistant general manager of the Super Bowl-winning Baltimore Ravens. After the class photo and cocktails on Roberts Lawn, our class dinner took place in Roberts dining hall. Eric DeCosta gave a short speech, and the Colby Eight, including Mark Longsjo ’92, Dave O’Shea, and Peter Caruso, performed. After dinner Amy Joyner, Jennifer Comstock Reed, Greg Burns, Amy O’Mara Moore, Simone Cella Miller, Claudia Tejada Riley, Kristin Ostrom Allen, Gregg Suffredini, Katy Donovan O’Neil, Cristen Herlihy Tabors, and Michele Kennedy Rainforth were all spotted in the new and improved Spa, where a DJ, a bar, and games kept things going. Classmates journeyed from all over for reunion. I came from Hong Kong, Ari Druker traveled from Tokyo, and Lael Hinman Stanczak journeyed from Singapore. Chris Wilder came from London, and Scott Greenfield and Sarah Burditt McDougall joined us from Oregon. Kristin Ellinger Berndt earns an honorable mention not for distance but for the fact that she attended on crutches, which she needed due to recent microfracture surgery. Tobin Slaven gets a nod as well; his drive from Bangor, Maine, may have been relatively short, but leaving behind wife Martina and new daughter Divya was an effort! * Although they couldn’t make reunion, a couple of classmates wrote in to share news. Jason Soules and wife Carolyn welcomed daughter Emerson (Emme) Mae at the end of April. Jason met up with Jack Higgins, Dana McClintock, and Dan O’Grady for a family ski weekend last March. Jason reported, “We keep needing a bigger place to house the growing families. Everyone is doing great.” * Kris Balser Moussette caught up with John ’92 and Jen Larsen Daileanes and their kids, Sydney, 12, and Andrew, 9, and George and Susan Sarno Mihailidis and their two kids, Stella, 2, and Eli, 9 months, over Memorial Day. * If you missed our 20th, put our 25th in the back of your mind. Our 20th was a fantastic time, and we are bound to get better in another five years!