, who was instrumental, in 1918, in establishing daylight saving time.Mr. Quinn, 29, is an assistant district attorney, in a trial bureau, in New York. He received a law degree from Boston College.

, where she develops and oversees initiatives to improve the teaching and learning practices across campus, at Mary Baldwin University in Staunton, Va. She graduated from the University of Miami, from which she also received a master’s degree in reading education. She also received a Ph.D. in curriculum, instruction and special education from the University of Virginia.She is a daughter of Bonnie B. Hunt of Chapel Hill, N.C., and William L. Ely of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. The bride’s father, who is retired, was the owner and president of Sloan & Company, a company in Rochester that distributes plumping equipment, and of Metro Distributors, a company in Jacksonville, Fla., that distributes countertop materials. Her mother works in Chapel Hill as a licensed Realtor for Golden Real Estate and for Howard Hanna Realty in Rochester.

Mr. Miller, also 35, works in Santa Monica, Calif., as a regional director for Dimensional Fund Advisors, an investment management company based in Austin, Tex. He graduated from Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio and received an M.B.A. from the University of Southern California.

He is a son of Shelley R. Miller and Dr. Marvin E. Miller of Dayton, Ohio. The groom’s mother is in private practice there as a marriage and family therapist. His father is a medical geneticist at Dayton Children’s Hospital there.

The couple met while attending the Allen Creek Elementary School in Rochester. Mr. Miller later reconnected with Dr. Ely’s twin sister, Arin Bryan, during business trips to Austin. Arin Bryan, who tried to set up the couple for years, eventually got them together in 2017 for a group camping trip to Moab, Zion and Grand Staircase-Escalante in Utah. They started dating a few months later.

Samantha Flick Braun and Benjamin William Colombo were married April 13 at the Foundry, an events space in Long Island City, Queens. Spencer F. Braun, the bride’s brother who became a Universal Life minister for the occasion, officiated.

The bride, 29, is the business development manager for Uber’s safety initiatives in San Francisco, and is also pursuing an M.B.A. at Columbia. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania.

She is the daughter of Anne C. Flick and Neil S. Braun of Manhattan. The bride’s father is the dean of the Lubin School of Business at Pace University. He is on the board of Share Our Strength, a nonprofit organization in Washington working to end childhood hunger in United States. Her mother is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Manhattan.

The groom, 35, is the communications director at One Concern, a company in Menlo Park, Calif., that uses artificial intelligence to predict the impact of natural disasters. He graduated from Franklin & Marshall College and received a master’s degree in international relations from N.Y.U.

He is a son of Molly Hegarty Colombo of Greenwich, Conn., and the late Richard A. Colombo. The groom’s mother is the Democratic registrar of voters for Greenwich. His father was a professor of marketing at Fordham in Manhattan.

The couple met in 2012 while they worked at the same strategy advisory firm in Manhattan. They did not start dating until 2015, soon after the groom returned from an assignment in Australia. Their first date was to a Magritte exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art.

Amy Raffaella Shugar and Seth Benjamin Weinberg were married April 13 at the Skylark, an events space in New York. Cantor Bruce L. Ruben officiated.

The couple work at Columbia Law School — she as an associate director of major gifts, he as an adjunct professor teaching food law and policy.

Mrs. Weinberg, 43, graduated from Duke, from which she also received an M.B.A. She is a member of the alumni council of Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, and a chairwoman of Duke’s Alumni Admissions Committee in New York.

She is the daughter of Gerald R. Shugar of West Palm Beach, Fla., and the late Lois Rapaport Shugar, who lived in New York.

Mr. Weinberg, 45, is a partner in the law firm Weinberg Zareh Malkin Price in New York, of which he is a founding member. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and received a law degree from Columbia, where he is on the board of the law school association. He is also on the board of governors of the Penn Club of New York.

He is a son of Bonnie Weinberg and Jeffrey J. Weinberg of Miromar Lakes, Fla.

The groom’s previous marriage ended in divorce.

The couple met in June 2017 through the dating app JSwipe.

Michelle Cynthia Trone and Thomas Edward Clinch Jr. were married April 13 at Union Station in Washington. Rabbi Baht Weiss officiated.

The bride, 30, is a management consultant at the Boston Consulting Group in Washington. She graduated from Emory University and received an M.B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. She also holds a master’s degree in international relations and international economics from Johns Hopkins University.

She is a daughter of June S. Trone and David J. Trone of Potomac, Md. The bride’s father, a Democrat of Maryland, is a United States representative who serves the state’s Sixth District. He is also the founder and owner of Total Wine & More, a wine and alcohol retailer based in Bethesda, Md., where her mother served as a member of its management team.

The groom, 31, is the director of operations for the Washington metro area at EyeCare Service Partners. He graduated from the University of Michigan.

He is a son of Linda Clinch and Dr. Thomas E. Clinch Sr. of Annapolis, Md. The groom’s father is an ophthalmologist in private practice in Washington. His mother worked as a nutritionist before becoming a stay-at-home parent.

The couple met in 2011 through mutual friends while watching the Washington Capitals play an N.H.L. playoff game.