Coco Cowan, Megan Wells ’14, and I braved the Sept. 1 moving mayhem and settled into a new apartment in Cambridge, Mass. * Kayla Chen moved to Spain at the end of the summer and is working toward her master’s in international relations at the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals. * Emily Fleming completed her corps experience with Teach for America in Chicago and earned her master of arts in teaching in June. She decided to stay in the classroom for another year, teaching middle school special education and implementing a yoga program at a KIPP school on the South Side of Chicago. * Michael Brophy, Raymond Rieling, and Stephen Erario ‘10 moved into a house together in Arlington, Va. * After returning from Korea and Thailand, Karen Abbas began an accelerated nursing program. She is excited to be studying and living in NYC. * Matthew Cheever is working in federal law enforcement for the National Park Service at Gateway National Recreation Area in Sandy Hook, N.J. * Bailey Girvan recently graduated from Johns Hopkins University with her M.A. in museum studies and is excited to be done with school for the foreseeable future. * Anne “Mackie” Sewall recently relocated to Manhattan’s East Village. Her latest accomplishments include finally trying Spotify, learning to use a curling wand, and figuring out “Mackie” isn’t really a name and switching back to Anne for professional use. Mackie plays on a volleyball team with other NESCAC volleyball alumnae; the six bonded after realizing their alma maters’ mascots were all equally ridiculous. Recently Mackie traveled farther north than she had ever planned and visited the now-famous Caitlin Burchill in her palatial Bangor, Maine, apartment. Mackie remains more unclear than ever on her career path, but she has finally come to terms with one great truth: she’s better as a blond.