I’m continually amazed at the things we’ve accomplished. Thanks for sharing! * After nearly 10 years in East Africa, John Brighenti moved from Uganda to Ghana in 2013. He’s still doing agricultural work in for USAID. John and his fiancée have a nice guest room at their home in Accra for alums cruising through West Africa. * Jeff Dickson started his own law firm in his hometown of Burlington, Vt., after a number of years in Montana, where he clerked for the Montana Supreme Court and worked at small firms. Jeff specializes in workers’ compensation and personal injury. * Caroline Riss started a new job as an administrative law judge for the Department of Health and Human Services in Montana. She is also assistant director of the Kasiisi Project, which helps Ugandan children with environmental education and opportunities to attend secondary school. * Tennessee Watson earned her M.F.A. in integrated media arts from Hunter College in New York. Emily Posner ’04 and Jessica Kellett attended Tennessee’s M.F.A. thesis show to cheer her on. * Sarah Zerbonne started an M.P.H. program at George Washington last fall. Her focus is environmental health, and she hopes to work on climate change mitigation. * Erika Togashi left California after 10 years split between Santa Barbara and San Francisco and moved back to NYC. She’s the J. Crew men’s outerwear designer. While it’s been an adjustment moving back to the East Coast (and East Coast weather, I presume!), she loves being close to family and friends. * Kristen Vaughn Olson accepted the position of architectural historian and technician with Vertical Access, a company specializing in building investigations using rope-access techniques. She hopes to catch up with Colby friends during fieldwork travels throughout the Northeast and beyond. * Katrina Noyes moved back to the U.S. from Jordan and works at Tufts in the office of the provost. Katrina plans on being stateside for at least a couple of years. * Kate Ginty married Craig Irrgang, Haverford ’00, in October. I was lucky to see these two lovebirds get hitched—the wedding was a blast! Kate finishes her residency in emergency medicine in June. Kate and Craig live in Philly and have a guest room for visitors. * Sean Flood married his better half, Amanda, Oct. 5 in Portland, Maine. Attending were Lee L’Heureux, Steve ’92 and Kristen Corey deCastro ’92, and Chip Kelley ’83. Sean and Amanda moved to the greater NYC area, where Sean is vice president with Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Banking. They miss Maine but are excited to live closer to family. * On Sept. 14 Liz Jackson and David Clearwater were married on Cherry Island in the Thousand Islands, N.Y. Christiana Salah and Cam Dufty carried out their bridesmaid duties admirably, and Vivienne Ho, Ellie Boyce, and Kate Hughes Herd added extra Colby flair. It was an awesome day that included a backyard cricket match. Liz and David returned home to Wellington, New Zealand, after honeymooning in Corsica. * Keagan Russo and his wife, Jess, welcomed Sloane Harper Oct. 3. * Jonathan ’02 and Kate Zimmerman Marlow had their second child Oct. 8—daughter Orla. Orla joins big brother Declan, who is excited. * Matt and Courtney Hoffman Tsiaras welcomed their second son, William Peter, Oct. 25. They’re thrilled. * Adam and Julie Brown Shepherd have two exciting tidbits to share: they became Maine residents in August and now live in South Portland, AND they welcomed daughter Luisa Page Nov. 20. Everyone is happy and healthy, and Julie and Adam are not nearly as sleep deprived as anticipated. * Jesse DeLaughter and his wife, Emma Lichtenstein, had a baby last March—Ruth Lila. They live in Boston, where Jesse started a new job at MIT coordinating joint programs with the Singapore University of Technology and Design.