Scarlet and Gray connections run deep in for the T.E.A.M.S. (Teaching Early Adolescents in Middle School) Program’s class of 1992. This 14-member cohort has remained a tight knit group since their first class in Arps Hall in 1990 embarking on a B.S. in Elementary Education, 1-8 certification via the College of Education T.E.A.M.S. Program. The two-year course of study was largely taught by the late Dr. Roger Cunningham, Dr. Vicki (Gartner) Risbeck, and Dr. Terry Stahlar. The three instructors instilled a strong sense of community that clearly remains intact today. In addition to an active text thread, the cohort has stayed in touch, attended weddings and other family functions as well as holding reunions in 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2017, and, most recently, 2022. Plans are already in place for a 35th reunion in 2027. The cohort has expressed appreciation for their educational experiences and lifetime friendships that were also fostered by EHE. As they report, there is no bond like a Buckeye Bond.