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Yale Class of 1965 Class Dinner
in New York
Friday, October 29, 2022, 6:15 PM

Dear Classmate:

Annual Class Dinner – Friday, October 28, 2022 – 6:15 p.m. (cocktails) Please Note: The YAA registration website has a new login requirement. It does not use any user name or password you may have used for another Yale website, such as the Online Alumni Directory. To log-in, click “Create New Account,” use your email address as your user name, and then make up a password. You will then be able to login with those credentials.

The Class of 1965 Dinner will be held on this date. Our speaker this year will be our own Bill Nelson, who as you will recall in 1986 spent 6 days on the Space Shuttle “Columbia.” Following his three terms as a U.S. Senator from Florida, in May of 2021 Bill was appointed as the Administrator of NASA.

The timing for our Dinner is perfect. By October NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will be fully operational wowing the world with amazing (and likely surprising) images. Bill can give us his reactions to these discoveries and what they mean for humanity.

Put this down as a “can’t miss” event on your calendar.

Please go to https://tinyurl.com/65ClassDinner22 or use the link above to sign up.

If you want to stay at the Yale Club, please call them direct at (212) 661-2070. We have a small block of rooms reserved for classmates, but they will not be held indefinitely.

A meeting of the Class Council will be held at 5:00 p.m. in the Council Room.

Warmest Regards,

Chris Kinney
(917) 434-3727

Bob Leich
(310) 614-2156

Yale Class of 1965 Zoom Hour
Stephen Latham


to our
Classmate Fred Roberts!

Fred RobertsThe Fred Roberts Photography Workshops are now in the Yale School of Art! READ MORE


David Hawkins has just been just elected to the AAAS! This extraordinary honor is especially significant because as a lawyer, not a formally credentialed scientist, Dave’s unique talents are being recognized — the ability to interpret complex scientific findings in ways that command trust from the scientific community, and then to intelligibly communicate their implications to national and international policymakers and to the general public.

PAST Zoom Hour Events

Click on the speaker's name to go to the recording.

July: Professor David Blight

June: Astronomy Professor Greg Laughlin

May: John Shattuck

April 20: Laurie Santos, who teaches the most popular class ever in the history of Yale, taught a private class to us. Enjoy the lively presentation above.

March 16: Carl Gershman, Y65, Larry Diamond, Hoover Institute, on “Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: What It Means for Democracy”

February 16. Fred Roberts "Fred Roberts Photography Workshops"

January 19. Sen. Joe Lieberman, Y64, "No Labels: The Centrist Solution"

December 15. Dave Hawkins Y65, “Net Zero Emissions: A Political Update”

November 15. Peter Salovey, Yale University President, “Yale Today” (no video)

October 20. Bill Nelson Y65, “The Moon, Mars, and More”

September 14. Karl Marlantes with a Panel of Three Y65 Vietnam Vets Tom Esslinger, Mal Harris, and Lanny Thorne: "Lessons from Vietnam: What Have We Forgotten?"

August 18. Lee Jampol and Bill Quayle: "Our Aging Eyes!"

July 21. John Lewis Gaddis: "Teaching Time Travel"

June 16. Nicholas Turk-Browne: "Neuroscience of Human Cognition"

May 24. Richard Hodes, Y65: "Aging: Challenges at 80”

April 17. John Shattuck: "Practice What You Preach" - Global Human Rights Leadership Begins at Home

March 17. Jason Schwartz, Yale Professor, on "COVID Vaccinations"

February 27. David Hawkins, Y65: “Net Zero Emissions-Achievable Pathways”

January 27. Bob Woodward, Y65: "From Trump to Biden"

December 16, 2020. David Swensen, Y80: "Yale Endowment & ESG Investing"

October 29, 2020. James Hatch, Class Dinner Speaker: "Snowflakes at Yale?"

About the Y65 Zoom Hour Series

We intend to run this monthly Zoom series indefinitely. A calendar of future events into 2022 is currently under development and will be published shortly. Stay tuned!

Y65 Zoom Events - Mark your calendar! - 4 pm, third Wednesday of every month!

Watch Dave Martin, Y65, Feb 28 “60 Minutes” report: “Iranian missile attack risked war w USA...”


Pete Axthelm in the L.A. Times. Click here to view.

Our own BRUCE ALEXANDER: a deserving Yale Medal recipient!

Our 2020 Annual Class Dinner, via Zoom

Our Discussion Group is Lively! Click for the Discussion Group letter, the User Guide, the Terms of Use Agreement, or the FAQ.

"Kafka in China" Ralph Protsik’s stage adaptation of Warren Rothman’s. Photos and the story are here.