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Oct 21 2010
1 George W. Bush, 43rd U.S. President (graduated 1964) 27676
2 George H. W. Bush, 41st U.S. President (graduated 1942) 13214
3 Olivia Wilde, actress (graduated 2002) 11515
4 Humphrey Bogart, actor (1918) (Expelled) 7729
5 Dana Delany, actress (graduated 1974) 5712
6 John F. Kennedy, Jr., publisher, son of former U.S. president John F. Kennedy (graduated 1979) 4398
7 Jack Lemmon, actor (graduated 1943) 4009
8 Bill Belichick, coach of New England Patriots. (graduated 1971) 3845
9 James Spader, actor (Class of 1978) (dropped out) 3107
10 Jeb Bush, Governor of Florida (graduated 1971) 2407
11 Samuel Morse, inventor of telegraph and Morse Code (graduated 1805) 2364
12 Ming Tsai, chef and restaurateur (graduated 1982) 2302
13 Dick Wolf, television series creator and producer, creator of Law and Order 1834
14 Edgar Rice Burroughs, author (Student until 1894) (Transferred to MMA) 1579
15 Frederick Law Olmsted, architect and designer of Central Park (graduated 1838) 1405
16 Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., author (graduated 1825) 1310
17 Lawrence Kohlberg, psychologist (graduated 1945) 1087
18 Frank Stella, painter (graduated 1954) 1046
19 Benjamin Spock, pediatrician (graduated 1921) 834
20 L. Paul Bremer, (graduated 1959) 817
21 Joseph Cornell, sculptor (graduated 1921) 805
22 Walker Evans, photographer (graduated 1922) 797
23 I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former lawyer, government official, policy advisor, novelist. (graduated 1968) 754
24 Lincoln Chafee, former Senator of Rhode Island (graduated 1971) 724
25 Francesca Woodman, photographer 704
26 Patrick J. Kennedy, Former U.S. Representative from Rhode Island (graduated 1986) 700
27 Marvin Minsky, noted authority on artificial intelligence, robotics and computers. 692
28 Lachlan Murdoch, son of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, former Executive Director of News Corporation (graduated 1990) 655
29 Duncan Sheik, musician (graduated 1988) 654
30 Julia Alvarez, author (graduated Abbot 1967) 641
31 Thomas C. Foley, former United States Ambassador to Ireland. (graduated 1971) 577
32 Hiram Bingham III, Archaeologist; rediscovered ancient ruin of Machu Picchu in Peru (graduated 1894) 461
33 Willow Bay, CNN news anchor (graduated 1981) 436
34 Teddy Dunn, actor (graduated 1999) 433
35 Jeffrey Garten, dean of the Yale School of Management (graduated 1964) 396
36 Cory Schneider, Vancouver Canucks goalie prospect (graduated 2004) 370
37 Jane Pratt, publisher, founder of Jane magazine (graduated 1980) 356
38 Christian Clemenson, an Emmy Award-winning American film and television actor (graduated 1976) 355
39 Bill Veeck, former owner of the Chicago White Sox (graduated 1932) 346
40 Brian Henson, President of Jim Henson Productions (graduated 1982) 333
41 A. Bartlett Giamatti, President of Yale University and seventh MLB Commissioner (graduated 1956) 327
42 H.G. "Buzz" Bissinger, author of Friday Night Lights and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist (graduated 1972) 307
43 William D. Nordhaus, noted economist (graduated 1959) 300
44 Peter Sellars, theatre director (graduated 1975); MacArthur Award (1983) 297
45 Carl Andre, minimalist artist (graduated 1953) 269
46 William Vickrey, awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1996 261
47 Barry R. McCaffrey, teacher of national securities studies at West Point (graduated 1960) 255
48 Stacy Schiff, journalist, biographer, winner of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for her biography of Vera Nabokov (graduated 1978) 240
49 Chris Hughes, co-founder of the social networking site Facebook, Online Technology Guru, Barack Obama Presidential Campaign (graduated 2002) 235
50 Otis Chandler, former publisher of the Los Angeles Times (graduated 1946) 225
51 Sam Endicott, singer-songwriter and vocalist for The Bravery, (graduated 1992) {{cite news 214
52 George M. Whitesides, professor of chemistry at Harvard University. 210
53 Othniel Charles Marsh, first professor of paleontology at Yale University (graduated 1856) 187
54 William Sloane Coffin, Reverend and Peace Activist (graduated 1942) 182
55 Sullivan Ballou, Union Soldier during the American Civil War (graduated 1849) 176
56 Victor K. Kiam, famous businessman and owner of the New England Patriots (graduated 1944) 176
57 Tracy Kidder, author (graduated 1963), Pulitzer Prize for Soul of the New Machine (1982) 170
58 Jonathan Alter, Senior Editor and Columnist, Newsweek magazine, (graduated 1975) </ref> 156
59 Thomas Mesereau, attorney (clients include Robert Blake and Michael Jackson) (graduated 1969) 155
60 Vanessa Kerry, daughter of John Kerry (graduated 1995) 144
61 David Graeber, a renowned Anarchist and professor of Anthropology. 136
62 Zak DeOssie, football player for the New York Giants (graduated 2003) Super Bowl winning long snapper 136
63 Lyman Spitzer, physicist (graduated 1931) 134
64 Sara Nelson, former editor–in–chief of Publishers Weekly, (graduated 1974) {{cite news 133
65 Evan Thomas, Assistant Managing Editor of Newsweek magazine. 119
66 Richard Brodhead, President of Duke University (graduated 1964) 118
67 Gordon Lish, editor, author, teacher. (graduated 1952) 117
68 Michael Beschloss, historian (graduated 1973) 117
69 Paul Monette, author and activist (graduated 1963) 112
70 G. David Schine, entrepreneur, businessman, political activist 109
71 Dan Zanes, member of the Del Fuegos, celebrated children's music writer (graduated 1979) 104
72 Bill Drayton, noted entrepreneur who coined the phrase social entrepreneur. 103
73 Charles Finch, author (graduated 1998) 93
74 Lucy Danziger, Editor in Chief of SELF Magazine (graduated 1978) 91
75 Frank Converse, actor (graduated 1956) 89
76 Hafsat Abiola, Nigerian political activist; winner, 1999 Women to Watch award, Association of Women's Development (graduated 1992) 87
77 Thomas J. Hudner, Jr., U.S. Navy officer and Medal of Honor recipient (graduated 1943) 82
78 Richard K. Sutherland, U. S. Army general during World War II (graduated 1911) 77
79 Alfred Lee Loomis, father of ultrasonics (graduated 1905) 69
80 Hollis Frampton, avant-garde filmmaker, photographer, and theoretician. (Attended 1951 to 1954; never received diploma) 69
81 David L. Gunn, former President of Amtrak (graduated 1955) 68
82 Josiah Quincy, Mayor of Boston, 1823–1828; president of Harvard College, 1828-1845 (graduated 1786) 68
83 Anthony Grafton, noted scholar (graduated 1967) 64
84 Justin Whitlock Dart, Jr., advocate for rights of disabled people (graduated 1949) 64
85 James Ramsey Ullman, avid mountaineer (graduated 1925) 63
86 Les Blank, award-winning independent documentary film maker (graduated 1954) 62
87 Bill Cunliffe, Grammy Award winning composer, arranger, jazz pianist, (graduated 1974) {{cite news 62
88 Ernie Adams, Director of Football Research, New England Patriots (graduated 1971) 61
89 David Pingree, MacArthur Award-winning Brown University writer (graduated 1950) 59
90 Oscar Tang 54
91 Kathryn Finney, author (summer 1992) 54
92 Sarah Chayes, expert in religious studies and former Kandahar field director (graduated 1980) 54
93 John Murray Forbes, railroad entrepreneur and philanthropist who re-established Milton Academy 51
94 Robert Ingersoll, former United States Deputy Secretary of State from 1974 to 1976 under both Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. (graduated 1933) 49
95 John Darnton, Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign correspondent for the New York Times (graduated 1960 49
96 Thomas D. Thacher (1881–1950), one-time Solicitor General of the United States. 48
97 Vance C. McCormick, an American politician and prominent businessman; chair of the American delegation at the Treaty of Versailles. 45
98 Peter Halley, artist (graduated 1971) 45
99 Adelbert Ames, Jr., scientist 43
100 Julian Hatton, abstract landscape artist, (graduated 1974) 42
101 Frank Lavin, current Undersecretary for International Trade of the United States Department of Commerce (graduated 1975) 40
102 Joseph Hardy Neesima, founder of Doshisha University in Japan (graduated 1867) 39
103 Harlan Cleveland, U.S. Ambassador NATO under President Lyndon B. Johnson (graduated 1934) 38
104 Chris Agee, poet, essayist and editor living in Ireland 38
105 Richard Theodore Greener, first African-American to graduate from Harvard College. (graduated 1865) 36
106 Henry Riggs Rathbone, congressman and lawyer from Illinois. His parents were with Abraham Lincoln when he was shot at Ford's Theater. (graduated 1887) 36
107 Reed Whittemore, poet and twice Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress. 34
108 James Shannon, Former U.S. Representative for Massachusetts and former Massachusetts attorney general (graduated 1969) 32
109 John Marsh, first school teacher in old NW Territory and wrote first Dakota Indian dictionary and an early advocate for California joining the American Union (graduated 1818) 31
110 Charles B. G. Murphy, Writer and Philanthropist Yale (graduated 1923) Honored with the Charles B. G. Murphy professorship 30
111 James Phinney Baxter, former President of Williams College and Pulitzer Prize winner (graduated 1918) 29
112 David B. Ensor, CNN correspondent (graduated 1969) 26
113 Charles Barber, author writing on mental health and psychiatry 26
114 Emily Moore, American poet (graduated 1995) 26
115 Peter Franchot, State Comptroller of Maryland. 25
116 Clay Johnson III, deputy director of the United States Office of Management and Budget. (graduated 1964) 25
117 Gerard Piel, noted journalist (graduated 1933) 23
118 Thomas C. Mendenhall (historian), expert of collegiate rowing and former President of Smith College. (graduated 1928) 23
119 James Bell, New Hampshire politician and lawyer 21
120 William R. Timken, former United States Ambassador to Germany under George W. Bush. (graduated 1956) 20
121 Thomas H. Jackson, former President of the University of Rochester. (graduated 1968) 20
122 Theodore Weld, abolitionist (graduated 1820) 20
123 Steven C. Panagiotakos, state Senator 18
124 Thomas Chapin (1957-1998), jazz saxophonist 17
125 Trey Ellis, novelist, screenwriter 14
126 Angela Hur, author (graduated 1998) 14
127 Charles B. Finch, businessman and political activist. 13
128 Isaac N. Carleton, Educator and a President of the American Institute of Instruction (graduated 1855) 12
129 Alonzo Elliot, composer 11
130 Benjamin Darrow, New York District Attorney (graduated 1879) 11
131 Michael Copley, musician 11
132 Philip F. Gura, William S. Newman Distinguished Professor of American Literature and Culture, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (graduated 1968) 9
133 Robert A. Gardner, two-time U.S. Amateur golf champion 9
134 Pete Robbins jazz saxophonist (graduated 1997) 8
135 George Ayres Leavitt, early New York publisher (graduated 1840) 8
136 John Barres, current Roman Catholic bishop of Allentown 7
137 Donald B. Cole, Instructor in History and Dean, Phillips Exeter Academy (graduated 1940) 7
138 William Davis Taylor, publisher and Chairman of the Board of the Boston Globe (graduated 1927) 6
139 Leonard Woods, fourth president of Bowdoin College 6
140 Robert B. Semple, Jr., associate editor for the New York Times and a Pulitzer Prize winner for environmental editorial writing (graduated 1954) 6
141 William Irvin Swoope, U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania 6
142 Charles A. Meyer, Assistant Secretary of State (graduated 1935) 6
143 Charles E. Rounds, Jr., lawyer, professor of law at Suffolk University Law School 5
144 Isaac Wheeler Geer, Railroad Executive 5
145 Philip Wrigley, manufacturer, Wrigley's Chewing Gum (graduated 1915) < 5
146 Charles W. Kendall, U.S. Representative, lawyer, newspaper editor < 5
147 William H. Moody, United States Supreme Court justice (graduated 1871) < 5
148 Charles F.C. Ruff, judge who defended Bill Clinton during his impeachment trial in 1999. (graduated 1956) < 5
149 Henry Stimson, Secretary of State under President Hoover, Secretary of War under Presidents Taft, F. Roosevelt and Truman < 5
150 General James Parker, US Army (graduated 1870) < 5
151 Raymond Charles Clevenger III, judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (graduated 1955) < 5
152 Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck, King of Bhutan < 5
153 Peter Currie, Netscape executive, investor, Charter Trustee (graduated 1974) {{cite news < 5
154 Richard H. O'Kane, recipient of the Medal of Honor (graduated 1930) < 5
155 Peter P. Smith, assistant director-general for education at UNESCO and first president of the California State University, Monterey Bay. (graduated 1964) < 5
156 William S. Knowles, winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2001 (graduated 1935) < 5
157 Charles Monroe Sheldon, leader of the Social Gospel movement (graduated 1879) < 5
158 Theodore Forstmann, billionaire businessman and philanthropist < 5
159 Prince Rahim Aga Khan, Son of the Aga Khan IV (graduated 1990) < 5
160 Alexander B. Trowbridge, U.S. Secretary of Commerce under President Lyndon Johnson; former president, National Association of Manufacturers (graduated 1947). Saxon, Wolfgang. [http://www.nytimes.com/2006/04/28/us/28trowbridge.html?scp=1&sq=Alexander+Buel+Trowbridge&st=nyt < 5

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