Hello all! This is my penultimate column and the final column published before our 30th reunion June 5-8. I’m pleased to announce that David Rosenberg has agreed to take over the pen for our class notes starting in June. I’m looking forward to his fresh perspective. * Adam ’83 and Becca Cunningham Weiss have two daughters at Colby. Amara ’14 will graduate as an economics major, and Caelin is in the Class of ’16. Becca and Adam have spent wonderful times in Waterville visiting their daughters and friend Robin King ’83 and seeing Colby classmates/parents such as Doug Waite and Karen Wexler-Waite ’83. Becca notes that the campus has developed so nicely. They feel lucky that their daughters have had such good experiences on the Hill. If you haven’t visited the new art museum, it’s a must! * Kathy Soderberg looks forward to attending our 30th in June. She’d like to see some old pals from her hometown of Lynnfield, Mass., specifically Dan Toomey and Rich Erb. She’d also like to connect with her old pal Charles Boddy and hopes that dear friends Cathy Walsh, Marian Leerburger, and Lia Lundgren will be there. * Cathy Altrocchi Waidyatilleka continues to teach English at Iolani School in Honolulu, enjoying the beauty and great weather of Hawaii with her husband and two teen sons. She spends spare time “food-scaping” her yard with exotic trees and plants like lilikoi, soursop, moringa, and hyotan. Cathy can be found on Facebook as Cate Tilleka. *Sam Staley won’t make reunion this year but writes that he is the new director of the DeVoe L. Moore Center at Florida State University in Tallahassee. The center conducts interdisciplinary applied research on housing, land use, and urban policy. The center has also embarked on a major initiative to fund startup social entrepreneurs through a foundation grant that will give first-year seed money through an international business plan competition. In other news, Sam remains active in public discussions of self defense, bullying, and youth violence through his fiction writing, particularly his middle grade novels in the Path of the Warrior series. * That’s all the news. Here is a last reminder that our 30th reunion is June 6-8, 2014. It’s a great time of year to visit Maine and check out the new Colby Museum of Art!