What an incredible 20th reunion! Many thanks to Carolyn Hart and Rebekah Freeman-Schulze for organizing. Our class had a great turnout and proved we don’t feel any older by hosting the biggest party on campus Friday of reunion weekend. Christy Jordan Everett made the trip all the way from Alaska. The requisite stops—including Joka’s and Big G’s—were made, the Colby Eight sang, Professor Jenny Boylan spoke at our dinner, we were wowed by the expansion of buildings—especially the art museum—and of course late nights at the student center were had. We missed those of you who couldn’t make it and ask that you put the 25th on your calendar. Getting to Maine and the beautiful campus is always a treat. Laura Keally Heywood said it perfectly when she wrote, “I didn’t realize how much I missed everyone until I got there!” And then, “Only a couple months after reunion, I ran into Jess Matzkin Schactman on a sandbar off of a beach in Falmouth. So after 20 years, I end up seeing Jess twice in two months!” * Laura Miller Thompson surprised us with the news that she and her husband, Chuck Thompson, are moving to Hong Kong with their three boys. We wish them lots of great adventures (and visits back to the States to see us). * Rachel Bonnell and her husband, Gusti, had twin girls (Milena Rose and Elise Frances) May 23. She has temporarily retired from exotic adventure travel, teaching preschool, and dive bars. They currently live in South Bend, Ind., where her husband is a chemistry professor at Notre Dame. Rachel saw Elizabeth Moody last Christmas in Connecticut. Elizabeth lives in San Francisco with her husband, a son, and a daughter.