Katie Slemp is still living in Back Bay, Boston, working as a senior manager for Health Dialog. She’s still running and completed her fifth marathon on the Cape in October. She occasionally gets together with Karina Johnson, who moved to Taunton, Mass. Katie reports that Torrey Kulow was married to husband Yasin Tunc in Madison, Wis., where they currently live. * Mary Biggins moved from Boston to NYC last spring to work at Betterment, a start-up. * Katie Ghelli continues work for Café Mom in NYC. * Jared Gordon and his wife welcomed twin boys, Carter Craig and Jack Ammarell, in January. * Kevin Yardi assures us that the seventh annual D.C. Doghead was as epic as always. Since the first celebration, in 2006, they have had representation from every Colby class from ’05 through the most recent. * Maggie Allen is engaged to Jay Wolfgram (Middlebury ’05) and planning a September wedding. * Hillary Klug is living in Wiesbaden, Germany, with her fiancé, Stephen Glover. She’s an attorney for the U.S. Army, and Stephen is opening a CrossFit gym in Wiesbaden. They’ve enjoyed traveling across Europe and mastering their German! * For four years Kyle Ross has lived in Asia, where he founded a language academy and was editor at an educational comic book company. He recently relocated to sunny Denver, where he is now promoting peopleforbikes.org. * Ted Farwell hosted Steve Whelpley, Nick Tucker ’11, and Sam Rouleau ’10 in Memphis, Tenn., but is planning a move to Minneapolis this summer to join his wife, Katie O’Neill ’04, who is currently living there. * Jennie MacPherson and Conor Semler were married Nov. 5 in Baltimore at the American Visionary Art Museum. Shannon Emerson ’05 and Sam and Sarah Dunham Gray were in attendance. Jennie accepted a job with OSI Restaurant Partners and will open/manage a new restaurant location in Burlington, Mass., in June. Conor works in transportation planning after earning his master’s in regional planning from Cornell in 2007. * Alan Ashbaugh is growing his website business, Internet à la Carte (internet-alacarte.com), while living in Portland, Ore. He›s also a weekend ski instructor at Mt. Hood, learning to play the piano, and contemplating a move to San Francisco. * Abe Summers, wife Xing Xing, and two-year-old Yul, are still living in Beijing, where Abe works for Reed Exhibitions on the China Golf Show. Their family recently enjoyed a vacation on Ko Samui, Thailand, and Abe enjoys playing ice hockey in his free time as part of an expat league. * Katie Shagory and Caroline Andresen recently met up in eastern Afghanistan at FOB Urgun for a conference with stakeholders on stabilization efforts in Paktika. Katie is one of the first-ever female intelligence officers in an Infantry Battalion in Paktika province. Caroline manages the evaluation team for a USAID stabilization program implemented across eastern Afghanistan. * Melissa Plante Dubois and husband Jeff welcomed a son, Penn Asher, Jan. 15. Melissa is enjoying a few months at home with the baby before returning to work at Cornell. * Melisse Hinkle is still working at the Rivers School in Weston as the associate director of communications, where she also teaches a video storytelling elective. She was recently accepted into a new all-female a cappella group, “No Parachute,” that is starting up in the Boston area. She continues to work with her family’s business, Hinkle Nosing Glass, L.L.C. They had a booth at the Boston Wine Expo, where they had great success. * Jacklyn Dao just got a job as the deputy White House liaison for the Department of Homeland Security in D.C. * As for me, I will spend 10 weeks this summer interning at Monitor Group in their NYC office and look forward to catching up with many of the Colby alums living in N.Y. Enjoy the spring!