Tag: Peter Marshall

  • 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 (for Jan/Feb YAM)

    Greetings to all. I am writing this towards the end of the week following that week that was and before the week that will be. By the time you read it, however, it will in all likelihood be 2021 which, for those of us who have decided that the only way to survive 2020 is…

  • Class notes September 2020

    Greetings:  Since launching our email recovery campaign as announced in the last YAM, we are grateful to have received emails from many of you either volunteering your email addresses or asking if we have them. We have even received emails from several of you who didn’t realize they had requested Yale not release their emails…

  • Class Notes January 2020

    [Filed January 7, 2020] Greetings from Rockefeller Center still aswarm with tourists having their pictures taken in front of the giant tree and (bah! Humbug!) making it literally impossible to get to and from work. I suppose I should be glad that their dollars will flow into New York coffers, but getting stuck in the…

  • 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…

  • Class Notes December 2013

    Greetings from the chilly and gray banks of the Connecticut River. B-r-r-r-r-r. As long time readers know, we in the Bray family are not fans of the cold weather, and do our best to flee from it as much as possible. As I write this, just after Thanksgiving, I can see from the calendar that…