Tag: Harvey Kent

  • January 2024 Class Notes

    January 2024 Class Notes

    Compiled January 8, 2024 It is January 8th, 2024. Three Kings Day has passed as has the third anniversary of the assault on the capitol (facts are facts; we all saw it and it was no Progressive Insurance ad), and not only has the assault on our senses that will be the 2024 presidential campaign…

  • September 2023 Class Notes

    September 2023 Class Notes

    Compiled 9/4/2023 First, let me thank many of you for your good recent correspondence including Ted Over, Carl Wells and Steve Kase. I appreciated each note very much from Carl, who asserted that, while good fences don’t necessarily make good neighbors, they do prevent his dogs from bolting, to Steve who, while not being able…

  • Watch now: “Where do we go from here?” – Class Zoom discussion May 10, 2022

    Alec Haverstick hosted this open conversation on how to make our 50th reunion as meaningful and inclusive as possible. The session began with news of the passing of our classmate Dan Voll, as noted by Sharon Vaino. Then the reunion ideas began to flow from Lisa Goldman, Harry Hamlin, Steve Blum, Bob Martin, Sandy Wood…

  • Class Dues reminder from Harvey Kent

    Dear Classmates: Greetings from New York City! It’s me – your Class of 1974 Treasurer. Wait! Covid life interruption alert. I am not in NYC. It’s Croton-on-Hudson, NY right now. Read below to find out how I got here! But it is that time of year again. As I have for more almost 30 years,…

  • 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 2017

    Greetings from New York City where it was in the sixties yesterday and where today it is rapidly moving into the 20’s and snowing for Crissakes! Ah well. While yesterday may have seen the sixties from a Fahrenheit level, for many of us, the 60’s, as in the decade, remain forever part of who we…