Class of 1992
Welcome to the Web site for the Class of 1992. If you have any ideas for this site or for the Reunion itself, please contact one of us – your Reunion Committee:
Class of 1992 Reunion CO-Chairs
Class Gift – During Reunion Weekend, each reunion class presents the president of Assumption College with a “Class Gift”. The Class Gift is the total amount, including the Annual Fund, capital projects and endowment gifts, contributed by the class to Assumption College during the reunion year. Typically, in honor of a reunion, alumni who have not given in recent years will make a gift to the Annual Fund and those who have been regular contributors will increase their gift by two or threefold.
If you have not made a gift to our reunion class gift, please use the new Online giving option located on the Alumni web page.
Reunion Dinner Information -Our class dinner will be Saturday, June 2nd. Check back for details.
How can you prepare for the Reunion?
Class Directories will be mailed to all classmates in early March to help you contact classmates and make plans to attend reunion. Please make sure you mailed back your Data Verification Form so the Class Directory is up to date. Thank you!
Make some Telephone Calls/Send some E-mails! We know no one likes to be the first, but you’d be surprised how easy it is to re-connect. Once you receive your Class Directory – please look up old friends; get your group together; and plan on attending!
Registration Brochures will be mailed to you in April, or you can download, complete, and send to the Alumni Office.
Memories – Send us your favorite memories from 1992 and we’ll post them on this site!
Here are some things to remember from
The Year 1992
- Bill Clinton elected President
- Cost of a first-class stamp: $0.29
- Compact discs surpass cassette tapes as the preferred medium for recorded music.
- Johnny Carson hosts The Tonight Show for the last time.
- Movies of 1992 include: Unforgiven, The Crying Game, Howards End, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Player
- Grammys awarded in 1992
Record of the Year: "Unforgettable," Natalie Cole with Nat King Cole
Album of the Year:Unforgettable, Natalie Cole with Nat King Cole (Elektra)
Song of the Year: "Unforgettable," Irving Gordon, songwriter
- The largest shopping mall in the US, Minnesota's Mall of America is constructed spanning 78 acres (316,000 m²)
Attendees – We will update this list as we receive registrations beginning in April!
Photos - Can you recognize us (some can be enlarged by clicking on the photo).
Professional photographer Tammy Woodard took Reunion photos. If you wish to order and/or view the entire album, just visit Tammy’s web site at www.tammywoodardphoto.lifepics.com.