This is the home for YOUR content. Feel free to add ANYTHING that you think would be of broad interest to the Class. It might be a story or a remembrance. Or a thought about Yale’s current or former impact on you or the world. It might be something you thought about for your essay, but didn’t write. It could even be a link or a reprinted post you did for another audience but which you think your Classmates would enjoy..
Anyway PLEASE feel free to share anything you think Classmates would like to read. Based on the experience of the listserv, I would request that you NOT use this as a platform to promote your partisan political or religious views. Let’s face it: You aren’t gonna convert anyone at this late date. And we get enough of screaming heads on TV. That said, if you want to talk about YOUR life, have at it; just be honest (vulnerable?) with yourself and with us. Hopefully, no one will be hostile, either in the main post or in any comments. Disagreement is fine … just make it civil, please.
Just press the button and follow your nose. You’ll have complete control to edit or delete it later.
Memories and Observations
 The inaugural post in this section — Jim Sleeper’s profile of Tom Wolfe (Yale Ph.D, American Studies, ’57) — falls in that latter category; it’s not exactly connected to our Yale, although many of us loved many of Wolfe’s books.