Nick Bromley has been helping Nick Tucker and Sam Rouleau plan their walk from coast to coast offering help to those that need it as they go. More information on this noble adventure is at www.makestrides.net. * Emma Gildesgame took a train cross-country and saw Sakshi Balani, Alex Teixeira, Adam Boe ’09, and Isaac Opper among others. She currently works on Mt. Washington as a hut naturalist. * Megan Browning worked on a farm in MA, traveled to Israel and Jordan during winter, and spent the summer helping restore an organic garden on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. * Beth Ponsot and Will Price went backpacking for three months across New Zealand, China, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. They live together in Pittsburgh, where she works for the Post-Gazette. Will started at NYU School of Law this fall. Beth has seen much of Sarajane Blair, who came back during the summer from her Fulbright in Kosovo. * Tara Davidson finished her teacher residency at MATCH Public Charter Middle School and is the sixth-grade math teacher at MATCH this year. She’s excited to have Aleah Starr ’11 on staff. * Cindy Guan taught algebra 1 and Chinese culture to high school freshman at Hyde School in Woodstock, Conn. This year she’ll teach Mandarin. * Kari Rivers spent the year in Bernay, France, teaching English to first through fifth graders. She visited Brandon Beasley in Dublin, Fiona Braslau in London, Fiona Sheridan-McIver in Madrid, Courtney Cronin in Paris, and Chelsea Nahill in Boston. She works at a French immersion school in St. Louis. * Katherine Cosgrove is excited to start graduate school in Denver this fall. * Jenn Corriveau finished up her first round of experiments for her master’s project at UConn and is teaching an honors section this fall. * Alison Berryman lives in Philadelphia and works in the admissions and recruitment office at Drexel University. She began her master’s in higher education administration at UPenn this fall. * Katia Setzer started her M.F.A. in painting and drawing at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. * Wedding bells ring for Fran Still and Reuben Biel, who plan to get married next February in Sarasota, Fla. Amy Beich, Emily Wolf, Zach Hussain, and Ben Mickle will attend. * Bonnie Foley and Jay Mangold live in Williamsburg, Va., and completed their first year of law school at William & Mary. They’re also planning their upcoming wedding, which will be officiated in part by Professor Sandy Maisel. Bonnie, Danielle Carlson, and Amy Snickenberger are training and hope to run the Chicago Marathon later this year. * Hamdi Sheriff, Carl Richards, and Lamont Henry vacationed in Barbados this spring. Hamdi consults while Carl I-banks, and in their free time they search for their princesses in DC. Lamont is happily married and has become a local celebrity on VA beach. * Ross Connor works for Adimab, a start-up biotech company in Lebanon, N.H. He lives with Dan Reeves. * Whit McCarthy moved to Hermosa Beach, La., and started his own granola company, By Hand Granola. * Kelsey Gibbs and Steve Erario live in Augusta, Maine, working as a lobbyist and carbon-offset consultant respectively. * Leigh Bullion lives with Ross Nehrt in Minneapolis and works as a personal assistant/organizer for a family. She recently saw Jack Brainard in Indiana for some stellar pizza. * Andrew Cox works for Epic, a healthcare IT firm in Madison, Wis. He enjoys Madison and hopes to volunteer for an ambulance service and OutReach. * Andy Bolduc lives in Chicago and works as a staff writer for Groupon. * Rohan Dutt, Reilly Taylor, Doug Sibor, Scott Veidenheimer, James Westhafer, Julian Patterson, Mary Cummings ’11, Charlotte Wilder ’11, Scott Brown, Dan Marden, Mike Baldwin, Schuyler Weiss, and Bobby Rudolph ’09 came together in South Bristol, Maine, for lawn games and late-night revelry. * Chris Copeland lives in Portland, Maine, with Ben Many ’09 and works in sports marketing. He recently went to a Manchester United/New England Revolution game with Colby graduates to witness some amazing futbol!