Tag: Sharyar Aziz

  • 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…

  • September 2021 Class Notes

    Compiled 7/19/21 Greetings and report to your local draft board! Yes the heat has finally gotten to me and I have become a mad dog as well as an Englishman, albeit one who lives in New Jersey.  This is the last class note I will write before I turn 69, and it occurs to me…

  • 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 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…

  • Kick-Off for the 40th Reunion

    Dear Classmates and Friends: You are now reading what we call the “kick-off letter” for the Class of 1974’s 40th reunion which will take place from May 29th. Three things should immediately strike you: 1) I am writing this letter on the 150th anniversary of the “Gettysburg Address.” I will exceed Lincoln’s eloquent brevity in…