Save the dates: June 2-5, 2016, our 35th reunion! * So nice to hear from all three classmates who sent news. I would love to hear from many more of you! * Karen Sondergeld Whitney reports that since VeraCyte acquired Duncan’s company, Allegro Diagnostics, the Whitneys are moving to San Francisco in April. Last summer Karen visited Colby’s “fantastic” art museum and stopped by the Chemistry and Biology departments. Who was still there and going strong? Professor Tom Shattuck, who kindly gave Karen a tour of Colby’s new science buildings. * Jodie Hewey Murphy changed careers about 10 years ago and is now a mathematics/special education teacher at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford, Mass. She and husband Rich live in North Chelmsford, Mass., and love to travel. They plan to visit friends in England this year. They have two sons—the oldest is in graduate school in Belgium, and the youngest is at New England University in Biddeford, Maine. Jodie regularly sees Colby friends Lucinda Kearns Hepp ’78, Jana Kendall Harrison ’78, and Annette Lum Ngai ’78. * Ginny (McCourt) ’82 and Bob McCurdy live in Newburgh, N.Y., where Ginny still enjoys teaching high school English and Bob is president of GTI Graphic Technology, the family manufacturing company founded by his father 40 years ago. On their way to visit Ginny’s family in Bangor, they enjoy stops to see their niece, Emma Marjollet ’16, play on the Mules’ soccer and lacrosse teams. Their second child, Rob, graduated from Hunter College with a music degree, which was immediately put to use at Slumbo Labs, a startup recording studio where Rob and coworkers write, record, and engineer songs in the Dumbo area of Brooklyn (no, it’s not an elephant zoo—I checked). Oldest daughter Kate is living and working in Berlin at a language learning company called Babbel, making good use of her master’s in clinical linguistics. Meanwhile, after spending his junior spring semester at sea traveling from San Diego through Asia and Africa to end up in London five months later, third child Ryan is a senior at Becker College in Worcester, Mass. Youngest daughter Annie, a fashion design major at New York City’s Fashion Institute of Technology, is completing her senior year in the school’s IFD in Milan program. Since two of their children were already in Europe, Bob and Ginny enjoyed a wonderful family Christmas trip traveling through Tuscany.