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Oct 21 2010
1 Indra Nooyi 16899
2 Christy Carlson Romano (2006), actress 14671
3 Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered the 2009 Commencement address 12212
4 Meryl Streep delivered the 2010 Commencement address 9149
5 Michael Bloomberg 6690
6 Lauren Graham (1988), actress, played Lorelai Gilmore on TV show Gilmore Girls 6447
7 Elie Wiesel (1997-1999), Nobel Peace Prize winning writer and activist 5597
8 Martha Stewart (1963), business magnate, entrepreneur, homemaking advocate 5542
9 Annie Leibovitz 4396
10 Joan Rivers (1954), star comedian, TV host 4070
11 Toni Morrison 3764
12 Amartya Sen 3630
13 Cynthia Nixon (1988), actress, played Miranda Hobbes on TV show Sex and the City 2548
14 Margaret Mead (1923), anthropologist 2482
15 Suzanne Vega (1981), singer-songwriter famous for Luka, Tom's Diner, etc. 2130
16 Madeleine Albright 2118
17 Walter Cronkite 2008
18 Zora Neale Hurston (1928), Harlem Renaissance writer 1734
19 Gabriela Mistral, first Latin American Nobel Prize winner for Literature 1672
20 Billie Jean King 1538
21 Audra McDonald 1535
22 Mario Cuomo 1415
23 Arthur Ashe (posthumous) 1391
24 Laurie Anderson (1969), musician, NASA's first artist-in-residence 1371
25 Alexis Stewart (1987), daughter of Martha Stewart 1313
26 Fatima Bhutto, social activist, writer, and niece of Benazir Bhutto 1293
27 Richard Rodgers 1215
28 Jhumpa Lahiri (1989), Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Namesake and Interpreter of Maladies 1170
29 Lee Remick, actress 1097
30 Cassandra Clare, author of The Mortal Instruments 1067
31 Frank Stella 1046
32 Martha Nussbaum 1042
33 Maya Lin 925
34 Joan Didion 891
35 Ruth Benedict, anthropologist 872
36 Nicholas D. Kristof 847
37 Greta Gerwig (2006), actress 844
38 John Cheever (1956-1957), Pulitzer Prize winning novelist and short story writer 816
39 Merce Cunningham 786
40 Jeannette Walls, gossip columnist for MSNBC and author of The Glass Castle 780
41 Judith Miller (journalist) '69, delivered the Commencement address 674
42 Ntozake Shange '70 646
43 Sprague Grayden, actress, played Judith Montgomery on Joan of Arcadia 599
44 Raymond J. Saulnier 579
45 Patricia Highsmith (1940), author of The Talented Mr. Ripley 559
46 Sarah Thompson, television actress 535
47 Anna Deavere Smith 495
48 Doris Kearns Goodwin delivered the 2000 Commencement address 434
49 Louise Post, lead singer and guitarist of alternative rock band Veruca Salt 428
50 Twyla Tharp '63 424
51 Sylvia Earle 422
52 Dorothy Height 417
53 Erica Jong (1963), writer 411
54 Derek Bok 399
55 Edwidge Danticat (1990), writer 398
56 Joan Vollmer (1940s), member of the Beat Generation; killed by her husband, William S. Burroughs 376
57 Cyrus Vance 364
58 Naomi Foner Gyllenhaal, screenwriter 353
59 Jane Wyatt (1932), actress 347
60 Lis Wiehl (1983), legal analyst for Fox News 344
61 Beverly Sills 344
62 Margaret Mahler 343
63 Esther Dyson 335
64 A. Bartlett Giamatti 327
65 Harold E. Varmus 323
66 Shirley M. Tilghman 306
67 Jaime Gleicher, actress (currently attending) 305
68 Marian Wright Edelman 301
69 Jill Eikenberry (1968), actress 290
70 Lionel Shriver(1978), novelist and 2005 Orange Prize winner 275
71 Ruth Prawer Jhabvala 268
72 Anna Quindlen (1974), author and columnist for Newsweek who won the Pulitzer Prize for commentary in 1992 252
73 David Remnick 249
74 Clara Bryant (2007), actress 245
75 Cathy Horyn, fashion journalist, New York Times fashion critic 238
76 Jeane Kirkpatrick (1948), first woman to serve as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations 237
77 Ann Brashares (1989), author of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 229
78 Elaine Pagels (1970-1982), scholar of early and gnostic Christianity 226
79 Joan Mondale 211
80 Morris Dees 208
81 Fred W. Friendly 208
82 Joan Ganz Cooney 204
83 Marisha Pessl (2000), author of Special Topics in Calamity Physics 198
84 Zoe Caldwell 181
85 Abby Joseph Cohen 176
86 Rebecca Goldstein (1972), philosopher, biographer, and novelist 164
87 David Aaron Kessler 160
88 Anna Schwartz (1933), economist 156
89 Peggy McCay (1951), actress 155
90 Dolph Sweet, actor 155
91 Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum (1952), United States District Court judge 143
92 Augusta Souza Kappner '66 113
93 Bernice Johnson Reagon, Ms. Reagon delivered the 2001 Commencement address 107
94 Maria Hinojosa (1984), correspondent for CNN, NOW (TV series) on PBS, and host of NPR's Latino USA 106
95 Linda Greenhouse 104
96 Maxine Greene '38 104
97 Alice Rivlin 100
98 Ellen V. Futter (1971), President of Barnard College and the American Museum of Natural History 95
99 June Jordan (1955) writer and activist 91
100 Atoosa Rubenstein (1993), founder of CosmoGirl and editor-in-chief of Seventeen (magazine); youngest ever editor of a teen magazine 89
101 Natalie Angier (1978), author, science journalist for the New York Times, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting 87
102 Charlotte Armstrong (1925), writer 86
103 Raymond Moley (1923-1933), proponent and later critic of the New Deal 81
104 Mary Antin (1902), author of the immigrant experience 81
105 Sissela Bok 79
106 Flora Wovschin, Soviet spy in U.S. State Department, stepdaughter of Columbia professor/Soviet spy Enos Wicher 79
107 Mary Gordon, writer 78
108 Susan Stamberg (1959), special correspondent, NPR's Morning Edition 78
109 Eugene Lang 74
110 Elise Cowen, poet of the Beat Generation 74
111 Ken Hechler, U.S. Congressman from West Virginia 73
112 Alexa Junge (1984), writer for The West Wing and Friends 72
113 Carol Bellamy 72
114 Elsie Clews Parsons (1896), first woman elected President of the American Anthropological Association 72
115 Robert L. Bernstein 70
116 Caryl Phillips (2006), British novelist 70
117 Louise Rosenblatt (1920s), influential literary theorist and educator 68
118 Ellen Willis (1960s), essayist and pop music critic 68
119 Hope Portocarrero, first lady of Nicaragua, the wife of Anastasio Somoza Debayle 68
120 Grace Lee Boggs (1935), author and political activist 67
121 Joyce Johnson (1955), writer 67
122 Belva Plain, writer 66
123 Charlayne Hunter-Gault 64
124 Vivian Sobchack (1961), cultural critic 62
125 Sidney Dillon Ripley 62
126 Judith Kaye (1958), first woman in highest position in state judiciary, Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals 61
127 Jeanine Tesori (1983), Broadway composer 61
128 Rita R. Colwell 57
129 Sarah Brady 56
130 Bette Bao Lord 55
131 Beatrice Warde (1920s), calligrapher, librarian, researcher on type matters and influence upon 20th century typography 55
132 Alice Duer Miller (1899), writer and advisory editor of The New Yorker 51
133 Judith Coplon (1943), Soviet spy in U.S. Justice Department whose convictions were overturned on technicalities 50
134 Ellen Stewart 48
135 Maxine Singer 48
136 Alex Kuczynski (1990), Style reporter for The New York Times 47
137 Sigrid Nunez, novelist 47
138 Mona Charen, nationally syndicated columnist, political analyst, and author 46
139 Nadine Haobsh (2002), blogger and author of Beauty Confidential and Confessions of a Beauty Addict 46
140 Arthur Mitchell 45
141 Hanna Holborn Gray 44
142 Alice Notley, poet 43
143 Paula Franzese, professor of real property law at Seton Hall Law School 42
144 Tory Dent (1981), poet and HIV/AIDS activist 42
145 Claudia Rankine, poet 42
146 Frank Brady, leading figure in international chess 41
147 Jacqueline Barton (1974), Caltech chemist and MacArthur Fellows Program "genius grant" winner 39
148 Dave Bayer, mathematician; actor and math consultant for the film A Beautiful Mind; one of few holders of an Erdős-Bacon number 39
149 Harriet Brooks, physicist 39
150 Nancy Gertner, (1967) Judge on United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts 38
151 Elizabeth Janeway '35 38
152 Nadia Abu El Haj, anthropologist 38
153 Dennis Dalton, political scientist, renowned nonviolence and Gandhi scholar 36
154 Frances Richard, poet and critic 36
155 Gina Gionfriddo, playwright 35
156 Theodor Gaster 35
157 Marion Davis Berdecio, accused Soviet spy in U.S. State Department, comrade of Coplon and Wovschin 32
158 Jami Bernard (1978), film critic for The New York Post and The New York Daily News, founder of [link], and author whose books include a memoir of surviving breast cancer 32
159 Sissy Biggers (1979), former host of Ready.. Set... Cook! 31
160 Charles Knapp, Ph.D., philologist and classical scholar 31
161 Sarah Charlesworth (1969), photographer and conceptual artist 31
162 Mary L. Good 30
163 Wilma B. Liebman, (1971) Chair, National Labor Relations Board 30
164 Judith Shapiro 30
165 Janna Levin (1988), cosmologist 29
166 Rita Gunther McGrath (1981) Business Book author and Professor at Columbia Business School 29
167 Francine du Plessix Gray '52 29
168 Freda Kirchwey (1915), journalist, editor and publisher of The Nation 28
169 Anna Diggs Taylor (1954), United States District Court judge 27
170 Marian Chertow, environmental sciences 26
171 Diana Muir writer and historian 26
172 Arthur Altschul 26
173 Hortense Calisher, writer 26
174 Bashir Abu-Manneh, literature 25
175 Katherine Boo (1988), recipient of Pulitzer Prize for public service in 2000 and the MacArthur Fellows Program "genius grant" 25
176 Randall Balmer, author and noted historian of American religion 24
177 Kait Kerrigan (2003), playwright 22
178 Mortimer Lamson Earle, classicist 20
179 Robin Wagner (1980), figure-skating coach 19
180 Lily Koppel (2003), writer, New York Times and author of "The Red Leather Diary" 19
181 Sally Falk Moore '43 19
182 Alan F. Segal, ancient Judaism and origins of Christianity, author of Life after Death, and Paul the Convert 19
183 Robert Antoni, Commonwealth Writers Prize winning author 18
184 Diana Chang , pioneering Asian-American novelist 18
185 Christine Wang (1989), architect, curator, artist, founder of Wang Museum of Technology 18

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