Lett Mat Int (2017) 5:71–73 DOI 10.1007/s40329-017-0189-x 1 2 3 Renato Betti · Angelo Guerraggio · Settimo Termini Published online: 22 July 2017 © Centro P.RI.ST.EM, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi 2017 This issue of the Lettera Matematica International Edi- “model for the news-sheet” that the PRISTEM was going to tion is the translation of issue no. 100 of the Italian Let- prepare for the following autumn. “Autumn” would actually tera Matematica PRISTEM and further it is published in become 1991, when the first three issues of Lettera were the same months in which its “mother”, the research centre published. The adjective matematica did not yet appear PRISTEM (http://matematica.unibocconi.it/) of the Boc- in the masthead; the journal’s name was then just Lettera coni University, Milan, celebrates its 30 years of activity. PRISTEM. It would become Lettera Matematica PRISTEM These are important numbers, and even a little worrying… on the advice of Giovanni Prodi, who was always very years go by! But now is not the time to introduce hints of close to Lettera and suggested making an explicit refer- sadness or concern. It is a time to celebrate all the friends ence to the mathematical world in order to assert our iden-
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