Chris Multari and his wife, Colleen, had twin boys, Andrew Joseph and Logan George, in October. * Daniel and Erika Thoreson Tristan welcomed their third baby, Luke Santiago, in October. They reside in Houston. * Erin Gardner Broudo moved to Sterling, Mass., with her two children and started a new job as the lead teacher in a program for middle school kids with language-based learning disabilities in the Wachusett Regional School District. * Chris Hale packed up his truck last October and drove across the country to Atlanta to accept a new job at President Carter’s NGO, the Carter Center, as associate director of the Global Access to Information Initiative. He works on government transparency and anti-corruption projects in Asia, Africa, and Latin America and would love to get in touch with alums in the area. * Loryn Traversi and husband Matt had a third son, Erik Achilles, in August. * Sarah Dressler Benson gave birth to a son, Finn Michael, in October. * Austin Stonebraker married Jennifer Lonergan in August 2013. Scotty MacPherson and Bill Spencer attended. Austin, who’s changing his career to physical therapy, will graduate in May. * Sister Madeleine (Sarah) Miller graduated from Wayne State College in December with a B.S. in political science education and is now a licensed teacher in Nebraska. She’s traveling to Brazil, where she will spend three months assisting at her school and preparing meals for the poor in local slums. * Piper Elliott Abodeely is loving life with three kids and continues working on women’s conferences including one in Sonoma in March and one in Vail in June. Join the experience: g3sonoma.com. * Lindsey Morse is based in Portland, Ore., but is usually on the road exploring and collecting stories and adventures for her outdoor-lifestyle website, the Elegant Hippie. Some people think it’s pretty rad, and everyone should sign up for the newsletter at theeleganthippie.com. * Victor Cancel’s wife, Aileen, was promoted to assistant program director at one of the residential programs at Emarc, Inc. in Reading, Mass. One of Victor’s goals for 2015 is to become fluent in Tagalog (i.e., Filipino), his wife’s native language. * Amanda Cuiffo lives in West Newton, Mass., with her wife, Christy, and their son, Saben, 4. Amanda works at Wheelock College as associate director of athletics. She often hangs with Jessica Weisbein Brooks ’01,and she keeps in touch with Candice Parent, Colby’s volleyball coach. * Noah Charney and his wife, Urska, welcomed their second daughter, Izabella, in January—she joins 20-month-old Eleonora. They live in Slovenia. Noah has three books coming out in 2015: The Art of Forgery, The Collector of Lives: Giorgio Vasari and the Invention of Art (cowritten with Ingrid Rowland), and a collection of essays on art crime. In May e will teach a Guardian Masterclass in London called How to Write about Art. Connect with him on Facebook or visit noahcharney.com.