Hassan Bhatti is pursuing a master’s in international peace and conflict resolution at American University and interning at Ashoka International. He worked as a counselor at Seeds of Peace. * Jeoff Jarnot and Naamah Azoulay are engaged and will marry in July 2016 on Nantucket Island. Naamah is pursuing a master’s in counseling and applied educational psychology from Northeastern, and Jeoff a master’s in elementary education from Lesley. * Colin Hutzler is teaching Chinese and coaching soccer at Collegiate School in NYC, as well as launching a summer camp, Next Level Sports and Leadership Academy, in Kent, Conn. He has a new passion for scuba diving and spearfishing and is working toward his rescue diver and dive master licenses. * Delia Langan lives in Manhattan and runs delia langan jewelry, which is five years old. She moved into a larger jewelry studio in downtown Brooklyn and was pleasantly surprised to find that Megan Towe lives across the street. * Jim Rockafellow moved from Portland, Maine, to Philadelphia. He loves work at the D4 Creative Group. Driving back from a long weekend in Maine, Jim passed a car with a Colby sticker. The driver turned out to be former roommate Alex Basset! * Reuben and Fran Still Biel had a daughter, Hannah, in July. Both are grad students at Oregon State. Reuben is pursuing his Ph.D. in ecology, and Fran an M.P.H. in epidemiology. * Zach Hussain will earn his M.B.A. at Boston College this May and will join Pfizer upon graduation. * Chelsea Stillman lives in D.C., finishing her doctorate in cognitive neuroscience at Georgetown. She hopes to defend by the end of the year. * Patrick Findaro works at LCR Capital Partners and is responsible for Latin America (based in Miami). The company provides foreign nationals permanent residence in the United States through investment in its funds. * Jean Burnet is working on her first novel as a Made at Hugo House Fellow with Richard Hugo House in Seattle. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in the Los Angeles Review, Brevity, the James Franco Review, and others. * Rob Knipp took a job as a risk analyst for an insurance company in Sydney, Australia, in August and loves life down under. * Kat Cosgrove still loves work at Human Rights First. She spent a week at the military commission at Guantanamo to observe one of the hearing proceedings. In the last Colby Magazine, the 2009 column incorrectly noted that Kat married Wes Miller ’08. It was actually Kat Brzozowski ’09 who married Wes. Colby apologizes for the error and congratulates Kat B. and Wes. * Mike Belliveau married Katie Morrison Sept. 6 in Nova Scotia. Guests included Matt Strickland, Anne Chang, James Lemonias ’11, Jared Crittenden, Tom Scott, and Jared Tepper. * Erik Johnson is in his first year at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, where there is a strong Colby contingent. They make time for Colby reunions and are hoping to put on a die tournament in the spring. * Bridget Reichelderfer is getting her master’s and teaching fourth grade in Denver, where she spent Thanksgiving with Rachael Panning. * Sara Cameron and Mike Baldwin got engaged following a ski weekend at Sugarbush in Vermont. * Leigh Bullion and Ross Nehrt announced their engagement! They’ll marry this fall in Maine. There will be die tables. * Sarah Hirsch is getting an M.B.A. and an M.P.H. at the University of Michigan. She will graduate in 2016. * Caity Murphy is broke, skiing more than a healthy amount, and class corresponding from her tiny apartment in Jackson Hole. She wishes there were 40 hours in a day, and she misses her Colby crew.