The Joint Chiefs planned to celebrate the graduation of their last Mule, Carson Brown ’13, and five straight years of shows at Colby with their relocation to Nashville this August. They have reached out to several Colby grads in the area and feel like they’ve got family waiting for them. No, Eric Church didn’t create his album Chief after them, but he might as well have. Go check the Chiefs out on Spotify with their EP The Beginning. * Chelsea Alsofrom lives in Washington, D.C., and will begin her third year working at the School for Ethics and Global Leadership in the fall. Her new roommate, Michelle Graff, will attend graduate school at GW. * Congratulations to Kat Cosgrove for completing her master’s in international human rights. Kat will move to D.C. with her boyfriend in August. * Jenn Corriveau defended her master’s of arts thesis in behavioral neuroscience at the University of Connecticut and is now working toward her Ph.D. at UConn. This summer she is the instructor for introductory psychology for undergraduate students at UConn. * Emma Gildesgame is spending this summer working at the Audubon Starr Ranch Sanctuary in Southern California, where she’s doing science with kids while keeping a lookout for mountain lions. * Chelsea Nahill has enjoyed extensive travels this year, visiting Hanna Noel and Katie Peterson ’11 in San Francisco, seeing Kari Rivers, traveling to New Orleans to visit Kathleen Fallon, and visiting Ruth Doherty in Wolfeboro, N.H. She planned to move away from Boston, where she has worked with Hilana Bernheimer for the past three years, to Baltimore, where she will begin an accelerated bachelor’s program at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. * Jessica Balukas is starting a master’s of science in ecology and environmental science with a concentration in resource economics at the University of Maine, Orono. * Catalina Cadavid will be attending Fordham Law School. * Zach Hussain will be starting his M.B.A. at Boston College this fall. * Victoria Gonzalez finished her first year of medical school at Rush University in Chicago and is in New York City for the summer to do research at Memorial Sloan Kettering. * Sameera Anwar joined Darshini Mahadevia and Sarena Maron-Kolitch in New York City for Laure-Helene Caseau’s bachelorette party. They look forward to the late summer wedding! * Erica Block, Amanda Smith ’09, Nick Tucker, Jamie Poster ’08, Chewy Olcerst ’07, Skylar Sutton ’08, Ronnie Wise ’08, and Hannah Coleman ’08 celebrated the first annual SoCal Doghead. * A big congratulations to Emily Warmington and Shannon Merrell for their engagement! This summer they’ll move to Berkeley, Calif., where Shannon will attend UC Berkeley for a master’s in public health and Emily will teach at KIPP Bridge Academy in Oakland. * Since graduating and moving west, Caity Murphy has spent many summer nights outside in the mountains of Jackson Hole and Northern California, teaching high school kids leadership skills and inspiring them to love backpacking with Wilderness Ventures. After numerous outdoor adventures and several long road trips across the country, she has finally settled on working at a group home for at-risk teenagers in Jackson Hole to pursue her passion for social work, therapy, and the outdoors. * Hannah Holbrook moved to Burlington, Vt., to start a Ph.D. program in clinical psychology at UVM, leaving an empty spot in her Cambridge apartment with Megan Browning. Leah Turino ’11 has filled the spot, officially joining the masses of Colbians in the Cambridge/Somerville area. They often spend time with their neighbors in Somerville: Brandon Pollock, Karthik Sonty, and Nick Friedman. Dan Reeves is a frequent visitor, coming down from Dartmouth University. They are all excited to welcome Jenny Gelda and Aaron Block back to Boston after a year away.