Psst, don’t tell anybody, but … Teri Kinsella and her husband are now business owners! “Tim and a partner started a hotel software company called StayNTouch, bringing touch and tablet computing to hotel operations. Skip the front desk! With a round of seed funding in July ’13 and first product testing in March ’14, we’re on the way. As entrepreneurs, we now only feel like vomiting about once every six months instead of every day! [I’d hate to be your dry cleaner, Teri.] Our goal is to make enough to send our boys to Colby in ’17, ’20, and ’22.” * Jeff Russell is pleased to announce that Alison Davis Russell, daughter of Jeff and the late Beth Henry Russell ’88, will journey to Mayflower Hill as a member of the Class of 2018. It was her first choice with absolutely no lobbying from Dad. [Just daily grovels.] * Keary Hanan is senior vice president of digital programming and production for Epix, a premium subscription movie channel owned by Paramount, Lionsgate, and MGM. “Husband Paul Marcum is head of global digital innovation at Bloomberg. Son Jake, 7,attendstheBrowningSchool,skis, and plays chess, lacrosse, soccer, and golf. Daughter Margaret, almost 5, is entering the Spence School. She’s an amazing skier, ballerina, soccer star, golfer, Spanish speaker, and firecracker. Labs Bert and Sadie are happily living in NYC, spending every weekend in the country. [Great, even the dogs are doing better than me.] I stay in touch with Amy Rosen Moran, Brigid Hoffman Murray ’86, and new papa Anthony Fazzone ’88. And I miss Jim Ffrench ’85.” * The Cutliffe Family Singers “just finished the first school year as empty nesters. Daughter Jenn is a freshman at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., and Jess is a junior at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. Jess is studying abroad at the University of Westminster in London. Larry, Jenn, and I will be traveling in England and France for two weeks.” [Bring me home a smart car. They fit in the overhead.] * Andrew Jeske “left Young & Rubicam to become a creative director at Havas Worldwide in Tribeca. [I love hummus! Oh, Havas? Never mind.] My almost-15-year-old, Sam, will spend his fourth year at Camp Cobbossee in Monmouth, Maine. We’ll make our annual trek in mid-July to fetch him. Ben will turn 10 in June and spend the summer playing tennis, taking a movie class, learning about 3D printing, and playing drums, guitar, and piano at various day camps. Naomi, 6, is bringing up the rear at our town rec camp.” * Jon Connolly was named vice president and dean of academic affairs for Kennebec Valley Community College, one of the nation’s top ranked community colleges. “My wife, Joanie, graduated the University of Wyoming and is now an RN specializing in eldercare.” [I’ll need her soon, Jon.] * Patti D’Agostino had an extended stay from mid-January through mid-April at company headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. She wrote during her stay, “Since I live in NYC, and considering the weather, this temporary residence is working out great for me! I plan to have Colby friends like Sue White and Paula Friedrich visit.” [Scottsdale. Nice name.] * Jane Nichol Manuel’s eldest, Ben, is a sophomore at Clemson. “We love the football tailgates and games. A little getting used to as there are about 79,500 more people in attendance than at Colby. Our second, Andrew, heads to Hobart in the fall. Excited to see Jeanne and Mitch Cook at Parents Weekend. Youngest William is a high school freshman. I’m busy working and playing tennis, tired from waiting up for the boys, and enjoying the Charleston, S.C., lifestyle. I had a great visit with Elizabeth Warren Bogo in Hilton Head as she watched her daughter play for the Colby tennis team. We loved cheering for the Mules!” [Yes, mules are so huggable.] * Be happy, fellow Mules!