When he stepped onto the medical school campus at the University of Colorado as a member of the Class of 2014, Tom Seibert ’99 didn’t expect to know anyone. He was a zoology major at Miami University and originally, didn’t think about entering the medical field. That was also true of Brooke Thurman ’00, an anthropology major at Northwestern and of Christie Osborne ’99, who double majored in chemistry and English literature at University of San Diego hoping to pursue a career in the music industry. Sarah Jenkins ’00 majored in neuroscience as an undergraduate but took a few years off before starting medical school. Coincidentally, these four St. Anne’s alums started medical school at exactly the same time, in exactly the same place. They were all part of the Class of 2014 at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Sarah and Brooke studied abroad together during college and then became medical school roommates and now their husbands are good friends. Christie and Tom both went to Mullen High School but hadn’t really kept in touch since graduating. Now all four are living in Denver and working in the medical field. After completing a residency with another St. Anne’s alum, Jen Hissett ‘92, Tom spent time practicing wilderness medicine in Utah and now works in emergency medicine in Aurora. Sarah spent her residency at UPenn and is now a hospitalist and assistant professor at CU’s medical school. Christie spent her residency in pediatrics at the University of Colorado with Brooke’s husband, then did a fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases and is now finishing a second fellowship in pediatrics critical care medicine (pediatric ICU). She is also expecting a baby in March. And Brooke, who just had her second child a few months ago, works for Kaiser at Skyridge Hospital as an obstetrician/gynecologist. They all look back fondly on their time at St. Anne's with positive memories from their teachers, many of whom are still here today.