Tag: Barbara Borst

  • Fall 2021 Class Notes

    Compiled 9/25/21 Allow me to start off by thanking each and all of you who responded to my query about class zooms and lunches. I owe you all emails but will begin by listing what I hope is an inclusive list of those who responded: David Stone, George Hauptfuhrer, Doug Cassel, Phil Clark, Jay Clayton,…

  • Class notes November 2020

    My apologies to all members of the class, but I am late in getting this in. As a result, it will be necessarily short, which is probably just fine with many of you. Why am I late, you ask. Well, how’s this for a reason?  When I opened the last YAM issue to the “In…

  • Class Notes: Special Covid-19 edition

    Reply to Alec at alec@yale74.org  –  Visit our Facebook group* Dear Classmates: Like most, if not all, of you, I am in my seventh week of quarantine, isolation, social distancing, working from home or whatever you want to call it. And I have a question for each of you which I will phrase in my…

  • Class Notes March 2018

    I am writing as the last and puniest of three Northeasters sweeps through the Big Apple, and, with this wintry March, I become ever more convinced that the earth has somehow tilted on its access to the point that December is now March. While seasonal disassociation may be the result of climate change, there are…

  • Class Notes January 2017

    Greetings from a very cold New York City which sits under a gray cloud after the very disappointing performance of the local favorite in the NFC Wild Card playoff. At least your writer is under a gray cloud. More likely that most New Yorkers don’t care. I am grateful to actually have some news of…