Congratulations to Laure-Hélène Oakes-Caseau and Andy Oakes-Caseau on their beautiful wedding in France. Darshini Mahadevia, Sarena Maron-Kolitch, Sameera Anwar, Nick Friedman, Ross Connor,Karthik Sonty, Dan Reeves, Adam Lowenstein ’09, Delia Langan, Lokesh Todi ’09, Scott Zeller ’09, and Leah Turino ’11 all came together to celebrate the wonderful occasion. * Kat Cosgrove moved to D.C. with her boyfriend and is looking for a job in human rights advocacy and policy. * Jess Levasseur started graduate school at the University of Washington for Environmental Public Health Sciences. * Still in Boston, Leigh Bullion started a stationery company called From Leigh to You—check it out on Facebook and Instagram! YEmily Barlow started her fourth year teaching in New Orleans. This is her second year at KIPP McDonogh 15 Middle School. * Doug Sibor, James Westhafer, Matt Vivero ’11, and new father Tom Milaschewski ’09 all gathered at the beautiful oceanfront estate of Bobby Rudolph ’09 for a sun-splashed afternoon of kayaking, adult beverages, cornhole, and, most importantly, meeting Tom’s new baby girl. * Brittany Thomas and John B. Goods had a wonderful engagement party in Guilford, Conn. In attendance were Coyne Lloyd ’10, Taylor Tully, Will Price, Sarajane Blair, Leigh Bullion, Ross Nehrt, and Jack D’Isidoro. * Delia Langan was on the East Coast all summer with 11 shows highlighting her beautiful jewelry. * Katie Todd and Matt Reilly were married Labor Day weekend in Connecticut. They were joined by John Abbett, Brock Bosacker, Kyle Brewer,Tommy Gianakos, Tim Jeon, Charlie Klassen, Devon Neary, Toffer Noering, Meghan Saccone, Ashley Wagner, and Mike Reilly ’12. Congratulations, Katie and Matt! * Nicholas Ruocco ran his first Tough Mudder at Mount Snow, Vt., with his brother, Alex, and his rugby team. He will begin vet school at Ross University in St. Kitts in January. * Jess Balukas started graduate school at UMaine Orono, where she is studying ecology and environmental sciences with a concentration in resource economics. * Lamont Henry became one of the youngest certified financial planners in the country. * Nick Tucker and Erika Block went to the Colby accepted students event in L.A. and met eight of the incoming freshmen from the L.A. area. * Over the summer Katie Lebling interned at the Treasury Department and started her last semester of her master’s at Johns Hopkins SAIS, where she’s focusing on energy and the environment. * Beth Ponsot started a new job as the multimedia editor for the PBS NewsHour, still working out of WNET: New York Public Media in Manhattan. Will Price interned at Advocates for Children of New York over the summer and started his third year at New York University Law School. They saw Hanna Pickwell this summer before Hanna headed back to China. * Jenn Corriveau defended her thesis in June and received her master’s of arts in psychology at UConn. * Victoria Gonzalez spent the summer in NYC for a research fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Now back in Chicago, she started her second year of medical school at Rush University. * Rob Knipp balances his time working as a consultant for IBM in D.C., volunteering for the FLOC Scholars Program, and serving on the board of directors for the D.C. chapter of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences. He sees Roberto Delhy, who now works for the FDA. * Ryan Conlon works in NYC at a tech company and lives with Connor McKenna and Mike Cuqua. They’ve transformed their apartment into a mostly Colby residence and are looking for one more Mule to complete the quad-Colby theme. * Savina Balasubramaniam spent part of the summer conducting research and visiting family in India. She also went to NYC to present her master’s thesis at the American Sociological Association 2013 Conference and stayed with Sarena Maron-Kolitch and Nick Bohlen ’11, and she met up with Jenny Katzman. * Chelsea Alsofrom hiked 700 miles of the PCT this summer! She still works at SEGL in D.C.