I am saddened and a little embarrassed to report that I received very little in the way of news from you people. I did troll the Internet for news about some classmates and learned a bunch of neat stuff: Mike Daisey will be performing a new monologue in New York soon; Caleb Dolan remains executive director of KIPP of Massachusetts; Alex Talbot and his wife, Aki Kamozawa, continue their culinary tour de force with Ideas in Food, a blog, a book, and a culinary consulting business based in Levittown, Pa.; Marybeth Thomson Luber is the new head of business development at MyFitnessPal; and Simon Dalgleish is director of subscriptions at Time Expansion in Mexico City. * The rest of you people were harder to locate. But I did find this: Donald Saucier (perhaps our fastest classmate) received a Presidential Award for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence from Kansas State University, where he is an associate professor of psychology. The K-State website notes that Don joined Kansas State in 2004, was promoted to associate professor in 2009, and has received the William L. Stamey Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Presidential Distinguished Faculty Award for the Mentoring of Undergraduate Students in Research, and the Putting Students First Award. Good heavens, Donald! Bravo! * In other news, Christine Sweeney Brousseau was selected as one of two recipients of the 2013 ACOG Dr. John McCain Memorial Fellowship. The fellowship was created in memory of Dr. John McCain, a strong advocate for ACOG’s government affairs program. Recipients meet with lawmakers and staff in Washington, D.C., attend legislative hearings, interact with officials of regulatory agencies, and meet with representatives of medical groups and other allied organizations. * Derek Scacchi’s name appears as an umpire for NESCAC football games, including the recent Colby v. Bates tilt (where, inexplicably, we lost). * Alex Chin reports that he tailgated with Brett Nardini and Erika Ayers-Nardini ’98 and Gregg ’97 and Danielle Rizzo Forger at a Pats game back in November. Alex reports that Brett ate everything in sight. * In other news, I saw Keith Albert and wife Pam at the Gentlemen of the Road stopover in Portland. * Mas notes, por favor.