Zander Koallick currently lives in Dover, N.H., and plays a lot of music with the Joint Chiefs (which also includes Colby members Jeoff Jarnot ’10, James O’Brien ’12, and Carson Brown ’13). They released seven original songs at a show at the Middle East in Boston Dec. 21 and are playing throughout New England as well as in New York City. If you haven’t seen them recently, come check out a show. * Catherine Mullin is moving to the Big Apple, where she will join Amanda Forrester, Alexandra Winterbottom Smith, and Chelsea Heneghan, who have successfully formed their own synchronized swimming team. * Anne Geraghty, Grayson Palmer, and Annie Warner continue to live on Drury Lane with occasional sightings of the wildcard, Natasha Atkinson. * Ala Solsvig continues to live in Davis Square, where she works for Best Practical Solutions—a small software company that makes and customizes an open-source issue tracking system called Request Tracker—and life continues to be fantastic. * On the morning of Dec. 15 Alexandra Desaulniers teamed up with Sarah Whitfield ’09, Nikki Yanok ’12, and a bunch of other Colby folks to lay wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery as part of Wreaths Across America. They are hoping to team up with Bowdoin, Bates, and the UMaine schools next year to volunteer as well as sponsor a truck or two of wreaths. * Collin Jenkins continues to climb and work at Earth Treks Climbing Center in Rockville, Md., where he’s now the assistant director. * Emily Cook continues to enjoy living in D.C. and lending her couches to Ben Hurwitz and Chris Gorud when they visit. She started a new job in December working for Congressman John Tierney and the good people of the 6th District of Massachusetts. * Arielle Saporta continues to work in a cognitive neuroscience lab at Northwestern University, studying creative cognition and tutoring kids in a patented remediation method on the side. * After graduation Emily Bradford moved to San Francisco to start graduate school in biomedical sciences at the University of California-San Francisco, where she joined a lab that studies the connection between infection during pregnancy and preterm labor. She is currently researching the way that listeria (a food-borne pathogen) affects the growth of the placenta.