Time certainly flies—our miserably rainy graduation weekend feels like yesterday! It was great to hear from a bunch of you who wrote in chronicling your adventures. * Debbie Amato lives in Somerville, Mass., with Kelly Kneeland, a former roommate from the Hill, and is development associate of operations at the Boston Children’s Museum. * Riley Wagner is a crisis worker at Daymark Crisis Recovery Center in Statesville, N.C. She’s also assistant director of the Manitou Experience Foundation, which provides free one-week camps for children who have lost a loved one. Riley continues to work with horses and occasionally competes in events. * In Boston Chelsea Tyler is the first office coordinator at FlipKey, Inc., a TripAdvisor company. “Learning a lot and having a great time!” she says. * Alex Murry recently finished the nine-month Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs in New York City. She’s only the second graduate from the College to receive this fellowship, which is one of the oldest public affairs programs in the nation. As a Coro Fellow, Alex worked with organizations to address systemic issues across government, political campaign, labor, for-profit, and nonprofit sectors. * Julia Knoeff studies at the University of Amsterdam, working toward her research master’s in international development studies. In August she’ll begin three months of fieldwork in Sri Lanka—examining post-civil war northern Sri Lankan villages, with a focus on economic wellbeing—followed by a three-month internship. * NYC roommates Erika Hinman and Jane Munger work in marketing at Kroll Bond Rating Agency. Erika and Jane play rugby through the New York City Rugby Club and recently welcomed a rescue cat into their home. * Eliza Larson will receive her master’s from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism this August. She says, “It’s been quite the wild year!” * Charlotte Wiesenberg is back in the States, having completed a six-month teaching fellowship in Tel Aviv, Israel, which she describes as incredibly rewarding. While across the globe, she spent time with Lauren Fisher and also saw Michelle Seares, who made a visit. Michelle attends law school at George Washington in Washington, D.C., and describes her first year as “extremely challenging but very rewarding.” This summer she’ll “work at the U.S. Office of Special Counsel – Hatch Act Unit, an independent executive agency that oversees Hatch Act regulation and compliance.” * In Ewing Beach, Hawaii, Mark Nelson teaches math and coaches baseball through Teach for America. * After holding a position with the Department of Defense at the Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, Abbott Matthews began her Fulbright in Brasília, Brazil, where she’s an English teaching assistant at the federal university in the capital. Abbott is also completing research with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. She’ll return to the States in late 2014. * Ben Brauer finished his first year teaching math and history at the Canterbury School in New Milford, Conn., where he’s now the football team’s offensive coordinator. Ben will spend the summer in the Boston area playing golf, taking a class, and reconnecting with friends before returning to Canterbury in the fall. * Lindsay Peterson teaches history at Milbrook School in Milbrook, N.Y. She’s also a dorm parent and softball coach. * In our beloved Maine, Kelsey Conroy was a long-term sub at the Holy Cross School in South Portland and finished the academic year at Baxter Academy, a public charter school in downtown Portland. In September she’ll enter the Sisters of Life, which she explains is “a religious order devoted to the protection of the dignity and sanctity of human life.” * Also in the Pine Tree State is Kaitlyn Bernard, who’s working for the Appalachian Mountain Club’s policy office in Portland. * In Jefferson, Maine, Garrison Beck is senior program manager at the Damariscotta Lake Watershed Association and vice chairman of the board of the Gardiner Food Co-op. * Looking forward to future updates—in the meantime, have a wonderful summer!