Class of 1992: 25th Reunion

May Reunion Update!

  • Who’s Coming: see the 1992 attendance list!
  • If you haven’t signed up yet, register todayOptions are available to attend the entire weekend or one day only to accommodate busy schedules. Registration fees for our class include all meals, drinks, an awesome ’92-designed shirt, and all Reunion activities; once you arrive on campus, it should be a “wallet-free” weekend.
  • There have been some recent updates to the schedule — highlights include:
    • A conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout ’77 and President Spencer
    • A TED Talk-esque event from a few of our very own Class of ’92 marketing gurus Scott Kelliher, Emily Volpone, Brad Peacock, and Greg Guidotti
    • A candid college prep Q&A session (a.k.a. “the honest truth”) for children of all ages (and parents!) with Aya Murata and Karen Finocchio Lubeck
    • An optional Sunday afternoon ’92 Portland Sea Dogs game
  • Please share your ’92 photos by uploading them here; they’ll be shown during our class dinner! And keep an eye out for more Reunion news on our Bates Class of 1992 Facebook page.

We look forward to seeing you in June.

Mike Lieber, Karen Finocchio Lubeck, and Jeff Mutterperl
Social Committee Co-Chairs


Gift Goal: $150,000  |  Participation Goal: 55%

Gift Committee Co-Chairs
Frederic R. Bernhard
Peter J. Friedman
William J. Guidera

Gift Committee Members
Stephen C. Goodwin Jr.

Looking forward to our 25th! This is a great time to support our school — so please join me on our Gift Committee! Thanks. — Bill Guidera

Attendance Goal: 25% (approximately 110 classmates)

Social Committee Co-Chairs

Michael R. Lieber
Karen Finocchio Lubeck
Jeffrey S. Mutterperl

Social Committee Members
Leyla Morrissey Bader
Ami L. Berger
Marianne Nolan Cowan
Christopher P. Donovan
Gregory M. Guidotti
Aya S. Murata


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