Adrienne Angel Giampaoli was married last October in Napa, Calif., and was delighted Tyler Schleicher and Colby Souders ’07 helped celebrate. Adrienne earned a master’s of nursing from University of San Francisco and lives in the Bay Area, working to provide health care to the underserved. * Juan Colon was hired by Bloomberg last August and in April relocated to Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he looks forward to visits from friends. * Last spring Jack Davidson finished his master’s in divinity and received his teaching license through Harvard Divinity School. In October he began as associate minister at a UCC church in Redding, Conn., and he lives down the road from Darcy Taylor. * After living in Santiago, Chile, for more than three years working for the Institute for Study Abroad-Butler University, Abby Hall will start a master’s of international studies at NC State in August. In Chile she saw Danielle Nielsen, Emily Lyczkowski, and Marcy Shrader-Lauinger and met up with Hillary Sapanski ’13. * In May Erin McGowan and Kelsey Hilton received doctorates from the UPenn School of Veterinary Medicine. Kelsey joined a general practice in Turner, Maine, and Erin started an internship in Tinton Falls, N.J. * Ola Sadanowicz got engaged to Rob Doton ’07 when he proposed on a visit to Colby! In May she earned a D.O. at New England College of Optometry and started her residency at the VA hospital. * Megan Watts Berube earned her M.D. from UVM in May and started her residency in pediatrics at Maine Medical Center. She married Bryan Berube in 2008 and they welcomed a daughter, Nora Blythe, Jan. 25. Last fall she visited Katie Ludwig in Philadelphia and saw Emily Wagner in Vermont. * Christa Miller-Shelley received her M.S. in civil engineering from UMaine. * Brad Woodworth still lives in the U.K., working towards his master’s. He’s interning this summer in the economics division of the U.K. Department for Transport. * Hanna Gerlovin got an M.A. in biostatistics from Boston University and starts her Ph.D. in biostatistics at BU this fall. * Michelle Easton received her master’s in public administration from Northeastern and is running a program for high school students at the organization Bottom Line. * Julie Bero moved back to N.Y.C. with a master’s in gender and social policy from London School of Economics. * Greg Smith and Jacqueline Grady plan to marry in July 2013. * Patrick Sanders started a new job as associate director of alumni affairs at Georgetown University Law Center. In April Joel Alex stayed with Patrick and saw Marcy Shrader-Lauinger. Patrick has seen Amy Weinfurter and Alex Clegg and also attended Dustin Hilt’s going away party in D.C., where he saw Samuel Fabens and Julia Bacon ’09. Dustin and Bailey Woodhull moved to Boston. * Linsey Walker works as a project manager in interventional cardiovascular research and clinical trials at Mount Sinai Medical Center in N.Y.C. * Megan Lehmann earned a master’s in cultural studies from Dartmouth and plans to move to California. * Tanya Rosbash and Alex Halls ’09 got engaged on vacation in Chile last November and will marry in August 2013. * Steve Frechette finished his job at North Bridge Growth Equity in Waltham, Mass., and will start an M.B.A. at MIT’s Sloan School of Management in August. * Stephanie Lubin-Levy got her M.S.N. from the MGH Institute of Health Professions and will be a certified pediatric nurse practitioner. * Austin Ross moved back to Waterville, where he’ll work as field director for the Maine House Democratic Campaign Committee while he trains as a pro cross-country skier. * Martin and Emily Wilson Connelly moved from Newfoundland to Portland, Maine. Emily works as a wildlife biologist for the Biodiversity Research Institute, and Martin is building the family tea company, Little Red Cup Tea. They’re charter members of David Brand’s new Full Day Farm CSA out of Scarborough. * David Sternesky loves San Francisco and started a new job doing marketing for Rdio, a digital music streaming service. He also DJs through a monthly residency at LookOut in the Castro and at a monthly party called ROCKET that grew out of fundraising efforts for queer Burning Man campus and art projects. * Laura Webb completed an M.A. in public policy with a concentration in women’s studies at George Washington. * With help from Angela Martinelli, Christine Avena moved from Boulder to Boylston, Mass., to start a master’s in conservation medicine at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts. Along the way she visited Jennifer Mizen Malpass and stayed with Lindsay Philips and Sam Rouleau ’10. Christine returned to Colorado for an internship in January and joined a “Buck Fates” broomball team including Tom Treat, Brian Putnam, Erik Lambert ’04, Natalie McKechnie ’04, Josh Montague ’06, Anders Wood ’07, Jessica Seymour ’06, Jeff Ruhle ’09, Kate Swayne ’03, and Lora Golann ’06. She also caught up with MaryClaire McGovern, Becca Flint D’Elia ’07, Julia Stifler ‘10, and Morgan Davies.