Hi, everyone—I hope you’re having a lovely summer! This will be my last column in Colby magazine. Starting in the fall, the lovely Caity Murphy will be taking over. Thank you for sending me your news over the last four years. I’ve enjoyed getting all of your e-mails. * This summer Andy Bolduc will be performing at ImprovAcadia in Bar Harbor and with the Second City aboard the Norwegian Breakaway, a cruise ship that ports in New York City and travels to the Caribbean. * Pat Bagley has joined a small army of Colby alumni at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, meeting up with Jordanne Dunn ’09 regularly. * Dan Prunier, Roger Bel, and Jim Wood are in a dead heat for apartment high score in Around the Clock on the dartboard (50). * John Clauson is living on his boat in Baltimore and getting ready for summer in the Land of Pleasant Living. * Leigh Bullion started a new job in March. She still does event and meeting planning, but now in such exotic locations as … Toronto? She and Ross Nehrt live in Cambridge, Mass. * Kat Cosgrove is senior democratic fellow for the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission with the U.S. House of Representatives. * Yanica Faustin is getting married in July. Posse mentor Joe Atkins will officiate, and Jessie Frick will be maid of honor. This fall Yanica will start a Ph.D. program in at the UNC Gillings School of Public Health. * Chelsea Stillman finished her fourth year of her Ph.D. program in cognitive neuroscience at Georgetown. She recently caught up with Emily Cook ’11 and Michelle Graff and is excited for summer travels to Germany and Budapest. * Jen Shriber moved to Atlanta to start an M.P.H. program for global environmental health at Emory University. * Jack Brainard graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine and started an emergency medicine residency at Western Michigan University School of Medicine. * Blythe Miller finished her second year at Fordham University School of Law and is spending her summer at her dream job—the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. * Laure-Helene Caseau is graduating with a master of fine arts from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. * Claire Cole is starting an accelerated program for vascular sonography in July. She is excited for summer travels to Camden, Maine, to visit family and a pit stop in Portland to visit Sarah Frisk. * Eric Braunstein graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and is an internal medicine resident physician at Mount Sinai Hospital. * Libby Kugel lives in Anchorage, Alaska, and does wetland conservation at a land trust. She met up with Jennie Brentrup and John Swain ’08 in Hayward, Wis., to do the American Birkebeiner ski race. * Caroline Dickson works as an associate buyer for furniture at One Kings Lane in New York and is marrying John Roberts ’09 in August. Anna Kelemen, Jenny Gelda, and Megan Browning are in the bridal party. * Scott Brown planned to marry Emily Traicoff, cousin of Tom Milaschewski ’09, on May 24. The following alums planned to attend: James Westhafer, Bobby Gooch, James Brady, Reilly Taylor, Rohan Dutt, Dan Marden, Michael Baldwin, Doug Sibor, Tom Milaschewski ’09, Scott Veidenheimer, and Schuyler Weiss. * Peter Johansson has been in Beijing for the last two years, working at a think tank specializing in economic research in emerging markets. He’s looking forward to returning to the States to pursue a master’s in international economics and finance at SAIS at Johns Hopkins. * Liz Beltran is excited to be the summer school kindergarten and first grade teacher at Sierra School, Calif. She spent a great winter holiday season in NYC with Ratul Bhattacharyya ’09, Amanda Wolin, Alex Fenstermacher, and Jennifer Li. * Michael Schwartz is completing his Ph.D. in school psychology at the University of Oregon. He loved having Jess Levasseur, Lauren Hendricks ’11, Lewis Seton ’09, Lauren Pongan ’09, Henry Powell ’09, and Robyn Wardell ’11 visit this spring. * Lexi Bohonnon traveled to Sochi to watch brother Mac compete for the U.S. on the freestyle aerial ski team. * Last but not least, Kaggie Orrick and Sameera Anwar are excited to be the 2010 class presidents in planning the five-year reunion next year. Stay tuned for updates on what will be a wonderful celebration June 4-7, 2015!