Tag: Paul Zelinsky

  • July 2023 Class Notes

    July 2023 Class Notes

    Compiled May 17, 2023 Good morning all you Yale 74ers anxiously awaiting news! For three years, the phrase most oft repeated in my presence has been, “You’re on mute!” But no longer. It has been replaced by a multitude of questions most often amounting to “what are the reunion dates?” This can be asked in…

  • 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 2018

    I have to admit that with the election, the turbulent securities markets, the need to close pending business by year end and the beginning of work on the reunion, I pretty much spaced on class notes, so this entry will be fairly short. First, the election: Sherrod Brown won his bid for re-election to the…

  • 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…

  • Illustrations by Paul Zelinsky

    Paul Zelinsky keeps getting honored for his illustrious illustrations of children’s books (I want a Moose T-shirt!) and was recently named co-chair of PEN American Center’s Children and Young Adult Book Committee. In the photo here he’s being presented with another award, the Southern Miss Medallion at the 2015 Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book Festival,…

  • Class Notes May 2015

    [first posted on our Class Facebook page 5/5/15] Sumer is icumen in; lhude sing cucca. It’s eighty degrees in NYC and I’m already too hot. So I think I’ll just sit in air conditioned office splendor and write some class notes. First, my apologies to Ben Works. Ben wrote some time ago to say the…