It was great to receive updates from many of you. Holly Mawn is in her second year teaching at the Park School in Brookline, Mass., and lives with Taylor Horan ’12 and Samantha Merriweather ’12. “It’s amazing how frequently I see fellow Mules,” Holly says. * Also true for Callie Wade, who met Kathy Muhlhausen McIntyre ’72 and Laura Hudecek ’05 at Ben Hannon’s family holiday party in the Salt Lake City area. * Ellicott Dandy works on environmental justice policy in Washington State. She’s visited Claudia Camerino, Alec Peters, and Carly Rushford in Portland, Ore. * In LA, Daria Jones is an assistant editor at Buddha Jones, a film and television marketing agency. She is “seriously loving the sun.” * Julia Moore lives with Dan Hussey in Boston. She started the physician assistant program at Tufts. Dan begins the Tufts Maine Track M.D. Program this summer. * Joe Tagliente launched Spots, “a real-time restaurant and nightlife guide that tells you what is happening at a place before you arrive.” Katie Muto ’11 is one of three cofounders. * Patrick Fitzgerald spent a portion of last year “helping to launch an indoor cycling startup in Charleston, S.C.” He describes it as similar to SoulCycle. * Becca Levenson lives in Manhattan and is publicity and marketing assistant and project manager of social media for the U.S. at Phaidon, a food and art book publisher. * Tom Letourneau will move from the Mississippi Delta to NYC after his Teach for America commitment ends this spring. “I will teach lower elementary school in Harlem, work on my M.S.Ed. from Johns Hopkins, and hopefully take advantage of the closer proximity to watch my Mules have another exceptional cross-country season.” * Kareem Kalil is in his second year teaching sixth grade math through TFA in Philadelphia. “Excited to pursue different options that will keep me in the classroom and impacting students next year and beyond!” * Jayson Ito-Adler completed a 10-month FEMA Corps national service program. “I spent six months in Denton, Texas, and two months in Conway, Ark., after a tornado hit that area.” * Gordon Fischer went to East Africa on a grant from the Cotter Fund to make a documentary about history and education in Tanzania. “It was an amazing, raw, and fulfilling experience that will forever stay with me.” He lives in the Bronx with two fellow Mules and started teaching in the city in February. * Lauren Fisher spent the summer in Fiji leading tours for high school students and is now leading a 10-month gap-year trip in Israel. * Peter Markoe and Sophie Hamblett ’14 completed a 70-day Europe trip. “Now my compass is pointed west to help Elliot Mermel ’12 on his farming venture,” Peter says, adding that Jordan Ansell ’12 and Hadrien Vasdeboncouer ’12 are part of the endeavor. * Dhokela Yzeiraj became accredited as a NOFA [Northeast Organic Farming Association] organic land care professional. “I’m undertaking a residency at a Zen center that I’ve been involved with for five years, and I’m working with women in addiction recovery through gardening on the same property.” * Abbott Matthews received a second Fulbright to return to Brazil. She met Professor Patrice Franco in both Rio de Janeiro and Brasília last year.