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Oct 21 2010
1 Newt Gingrich, U.S. representatives, 1979-1998 and Speaker of the House, 1995-1998 (R) 5062
2 Stephen Breyer, faculty, U.S. Supreme Court 4073
3 Antonin Scalia, faculty, U.S. Supreme Court (R) 3807
4 Jerry Springer, B.A., 1965, talk show host and former mayor of Cincinnati, Oh. 3560
5 Shannon Lee, daughter of martial arts legend Bruce Lee 2573
6 Mark Rothko, (visiting artist), artist 2478
7 William Rehnquist, faculty, U.S. Supreme Court (R) 2115
8 Huey Long, Law, former governor of Louisiana (D) 1726
9 James Carville, faculty, political science 1600
10 Robert K. Merton, sociologist, former head of the Sociology Department 1594
11 Andrew Breitbart, publisher and author; 91' 1181
12 Bryan Batt, actor 972
13 David Vitter, Law, U.S. senator from Louisiana (R) 945
14 Amy Carter, G’96, children’s book author; daughter of former President Jimmy Carter 885
15 John Kennedy Toole, author, Pulitzer Prize winner 882
16 Neil Bush, B.A., M.B.A., 1979, presidential brother, ex-savings and loan executive 861
17 David Filo, 1988, co-founder of Yahoo! 856
18 Lauren Hutton, 1964, actress; model 845
19 James H. Clark, founder of Silicon Graphics, Netscape, and WebMD 822
20 Bruce Paltrow, 1965, television and film producer 744
21 J. P. Losman, NFL quarterback 699
22 Paul Michael Glaser, actor, TV's "Starsky and Hutch" 698
23 Harry Blackmun, faculty, U.S. Supreme Court 675
24 Jim Garrison, Law, New Orleans district attorney (D) 648
25 Walter Isaacson, author and former CEO of CNN, member of the Board of Tulane 608
26 Rick Hurst, actor; A&S’68 602
27 Enrique Murciano, TC’95, actor, TV’s “Without a Trace” 595
28 Michael E. DeBakey, M.D., 1932, pioneer of modern medicine and recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal 587
29 Samuel Israel III, fraudulent hedge fund manager 560
30 Paul Morphy, L.L.B., April 7, 1857, chess prodigy 546
31 Doug Ellin, A&S 1990, television writer/director, creator of HBO's series Entourage 539
32 Regina Benjamin, M.B.A., 1991, U.S. Surgeon General under President Barack Obama and the first African-American woman on the American Medical Association Board of Trustees 468
33 Ray Nagin, M.B.A. 1994, mayor of New Orleans (D) 447
34 Jake Paltrow, director and brother of Gwyneth Paltrow 444
35 Howard Henry Baker, Jr., 1945, U.S. Senate majority leader, White House chief of staff, U.S. ambassador to Japan (R) 402
36 Frank J. Tipler, mathematical physicist and cosmologist 384
37 Lisa P. Jackson, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (D) 379
38 Tim Wise, prominent white anti-racism activist, author, 1990 358
39 Dave Winer, B.A, Mathematics, 1976, Weblog and RSS pioneer, former Harvard Law School Berkman Center for Internet & Society Fellow 355
40 Walter Kohn, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1998 336
41 Patrick Ramsey, NFL quarterback 318
42 Christian LeBlanc, 1980, actor 309
43 Shaun King, 1999, NFL quarterback 263
44 Edward Douglass White, Jr.,Law, 1868, 9th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (D) 255
45 Ian Bremmer, political scientist 236
46 Mewelde Moore, NFL running back 224
47 Geoffrey Beene, fashion designer 204
48 Hodding Carter, journalist, Pulitzer Prize winner 202
49 Hale Boggs, Law, 1937, U.S. representative, 1941-1943, 1946-1972; house majority leader (D) 202
50 Evan Farmer, all around Renaissance man and noted Eritrean 200
51 Lawrence Wright, author, Pulitzer Prize winner, and journalist 191
52 David Bonderman, faculty, founder of TPG Capital 188
53 Bob Livingston, former U.S. representatives, 1977-1999 (R) 181
54 Andrew Friedman, 1997, current GM for Tampa Bay Devil Rays 179
55 Les Crane, pioneer in interactive broadcasting, co-creator of pop music "Top 40" 170
56 Cleanth Brooks, literary critic 162
57 Lewis Thomas, former faculty (1948-1950), physician, researcher, and essayist 158
58 Mike Tannenbaum, general manager, New York Jets (NFL) 155
59 Gene Taylor, U.S. representative, 1989- (D) 152
60 Kenneth McClintock, Law, 1980, Puerto Rico's Secretary of State/Lt. Governor (D) 149
61 Douglas Brinkley, historian 147
62 Lynda Benglis, sculptor; N’64 145
63 John Reed, author, Snowball's Chance 142
64 Courtney Hazlett, A&S'99, columnist and Celebrity Correspondent for MSNBC 138
65 Emily Saliers, (attended), singer 134
66 Jon-Erik Beckjord, paranormal investigator and photographer 126
67 Bob Wise, Law, 1975, former governor of West Virginia (D) 124
68 James Burke, CEO, TXU Energy 121
69 Harold Sylvester, actor/director 117
70 John McEnery, former governor of Louisiana (D) 117
71 Francis George, Ph.D., 1970, cardinal archbishop of Chicago 113
72 Jonathan Hensleigh, Law, writer of "Die Hard: With a Vengeance," "Jumanji" and "Armageddon" 112
73 Micah Owings, MLB, Arizona Diamondbacks, Cincinnati Reds 112
74 Howard K. Smith, television journalist 112
75 Pedro Pierluisi, Puerto Rico's member of Congress (D) and former Attorney General 109
76 Lawrence Gordon, 1958, film producer, current films include: "Lara Croft" (2 movies), "Mystery Men", "Die Hard" (2 movies). 105
77 Lindy Boggs, Newcomb 1935, U.S. representative 1941-1943, 1973-1991, Tulane benefactor (D) 105
78 Ricardo Salinas Pliego, M.B.A., 1979, Forbes World's Richest People 104
79 Ed Nelson, A&S’53, UC’00, actor, “Peyton Place”; 104
80 Claire Messud, faculty, novelist 100
81 Max McGee, NFL wide receiver 100
82 John "Hot Rod" Williams, NBA player 89
83 Tommy Mason, NFL running back 87
84 Bobby Brown, Medicine 1950, baseball player, president of the American League 82
85 Sean M. Berkowitz, 1989, chief prosecutor, Enron Task Force 81
86 Ira Sorkin, BA 1965, attorney for Bernard Madoff 76
87 Leander Perez, Law, judge and district attorney of Plaquemines Parish in first half of twentieth century (D) 74
88 Roydell Williams, NFL wide receiver 73
89 Sam Zemurray (benefactor), president, United Fruit Company 73
90 Eddie Murray, UC’80, NFL kicker 73
91 Richie Petitbon, NFL player and coach 71
92 Zachary Richard, A&S’72, Cajun singer/songwriter and poet 68
93 David Mark Berger, A&S'66, NCAA champion, member of '72 Israeli Olympic weightlifting team. 67
94 Gordon G. Gallup, Jr., faculty (1968-1975), developer of the mirror test for self-awareness (1970) 67
95 Douglas G. Hurley, NASA astronaut 66
96 Carlin Glynn, NG-N’61, actress, Tony award winner 63
97 James H. "Jim" Brown, Law, 1966, former Louisiana state senator, secretary of state, and insurance commissioner 63
98 Allen J. Ellender, Law 1913, U.S. senator, agriculture committee chair (D) 62
99 William L. Armstrong, (B'58), U.S. senator from Colorado; president of Colorado Christian University 58
100 Luther Leonidas Terry, M.D., 1935, U.S. surgeon general (1961 - 1965) 57
101 A. Hays Town, architect 54
102 John Minor Wisdom, Law, judge, United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit (R) 53
103 Sidney Barthelemy, mayor of New Orleans 52
104 Alton Ochsner, faculty, founder of Ochsner Clinic, pioneer anti-smoking advocate 51
105 Michael Hahn, governor of Louisiana (D) 48
106 James D. "Buddy" Caldwell, Jr., attorney general of Louisiana; former district attorney in Tallulah, La. (D) 47
107 Elizabeth Hill Boone, professor of Latin American art history at Tulane (1994–) 46
108 John L. McLucas, G’43, Secretary of the Air Force 45
109 Jeremy Williams, 2010, Wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles 44
110 Florian Cajori, historian 43
111 Winston Chang, president of Soochow University 42
112 Elyse Luray, NC ’89, star of PBS’ “History Detectives” 42
113 Scott Cowen, president of Tulane 41
114 Francis T. Nicholls, governor of Louisiana (D) 40
115 A. Baldwin Wood, B.S.M.E., 1899, (December 1, 1879 - May 10, 1956) engineer and inventor of the wood screw pump (1913) and the wood trash pump (1915) 37
116 Carlos Barbosa, A’83, production designer 37
117 Mignon Faget, Newcomb 1955, artist, jewelry designer 36
118 Andy Sheets, baseball player 36
119 Alfred H. Clifford, faculty, mathematician 34
120 T. Semmes Walmsley, Law, mayor of New Orleans (D) 34
121 Michael Price, Emmy award-winning writer and producer best known for his work on The Simpsons 32
122 John Lawrence Smith, faculty, chemist and inventor of the inverted microscope (1850) 32
123 Newton C. Blanchard, former governor of Louisiana (D) 31
124 Michael Aubrey, baseball player 31
125 Ida Kohlmeyer, artist and associate on faculty 1950s 31
126 Murphy J. Foster, Sr., governor of Louisiana (D) 31
127 Paul Tulane, (benefactor), philanthropist 30
128 Eric Thomas (1987), NFL Defensive Back (1987-1995) 29
129 Michael White, jazz historian and musician 29
130 John H. Overton, Law, 1897, former U.S. senator from Louisiana (D) 29
131 Shooter Hunt, MLB, Minnesota Twins 29
132 Scott Greenstein, A&S’81, president, USA Films 28
133 Hunt Slonem, B.A., 1973, artist, 28
134 Lonnie Marts, 1990, NFL Linebacker (1991-2001) 28
135 Adrienne Koch, historian 28
136 T.R. Kidder, archaeologist 27
137 Edith Brown Clement, Law, justice, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (R) 27
138 Jerry Dalrymple, football All-American 26
139 Richard W. Leche, former governor of Louisiana (D) 26
140 Jared Y. Sanders, Jr., U.S. representative (D), later States Rights Party 25
141 Gerald Domingue - medical researcher and former professor of urology, microbiology and immunology 25
142 Bill Monroe (journalist), A&S’42, broadcast journalist, former host of “Meet The Press” 25
143 John Grenier, Birmingham, Alabama, lawyer and leader of the Alabama Republican Party (R) 24
144 Jack Donahue, Graduate study, building contractor and state senator (R) 24
145 Karen Carter Peterson, state representative and candidate for United States House of Representatives from Louisiana (D) 24
146 Beth Rickey, entered but did not complete Ph.D. program in political science; political activist who opposed David Duke (R) 24
147 James C. Yarbrough, General in the United States Army 24
148 Rodney Holman, 1981, NFL pro bowl tight end 24
149 William Suter, Law 1962, General US Army 24
150 Mike Sacks, Magazine Editor/Humor Writer, 1990 24
151 Terry O'Neill, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW) 24
152 John Mosier, historian 24
153 Oramel H. Simpson, former governor of Louisiana (D) 23
154 Edwin S. Broussard, U.S. senator from Louisiana (D) 23
155 Joe Silipo, football player in the CFL, USFL and NFL 22
156 Odaline de la Martinez, composer and conductor. First woman to conduct in a BBC Proms concert. 22
157 Jerald Sowell, NFL running back 22
158 Dale Archer, B.A., 1978, M.D., doctor and television personality 21
159 Sonia Tetlow, musician/ bass player in rock band Cowboy Mouth 21
160 Lawson Swearingen, Law 1969, state senator and president of the University of Monroe at Louisiana (D) 21
161 Frank Stewart, chair, Stewart Capital LLC 20
162 Charlton Lyons, "Father of the modern Republican Party in Louisiana" (R) 20
163 Robert Lane Greene, magazine journalist 20
164 Muhamed Sacirbey, Bosnian-American businessperson 19
165 Andy Cannizaro, MLB shortstop and baseball All American 19
166 Philip J. Carroll, M.S., 1961, former CEO, Shell Oil Company and Fluor Corporation 19
167 Paul Capdevielle, Law, mayor of New Orleans 19
168 Fred L. Smith, president and founder, Competitive Enterprise Institute 19
169 Kenneth W. Harl, historian 18
170 John Desmond, designer of many public buildings in Baton Rouge 18
171 Jared Y. Sanders, Sr., former governor of Louisiana (D) 17
172 Linda Tuero, tennis, winner of Italian Open 17
173 Shirley Ann Grau, 1950, author, Pulitzer Prize winner 17
174 Frank Fulco, state representative from Shreveport; leader of Italian American community in Louisiana (D) 17
175 F. Jay Taylor, Ph.D., president of Louisiana Tech University, 1962-1987 17
176 John Willard "Jack" Montgomery, Sr., State senator, 1968-1972 (D) 17
177 Michael F. "Mike" Thompson, Law, former Louisiana state representative from Lafayette (R) 17
178 John Clint Williamson, U.S. ambassador-at-large for War Crimes Issues 17
179 W. Eugene Davis, Law, 1960, justice, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit 17
180 Seth Marler, B’03, NFL kicker 17
181 Pinkie C. Wilkerson, L.L.M., state representative (D) 16
182 Martin Leach-Cross Feldman, B.A. 1955, J.D. 1957 Federal Judge (R) 16
183 Cameron Henry, member of Louisiana House (R) 16
184 Edward F. Sherman, former dean and current professor at the Tulane University Law School 16
185 Luther E. Hall, governor of Louisiana (D) 16
186 Alvin Olin King, former governor of Louisiana (D) 16
187 Jock Scott, former state representative from Alexandria (R) 15
188 John S. Hunt, III, Monroe lawyer and member of the Louisiana Public Service Commission, 1964-1972 (D) 15
189 Nicole Cooley, poet; Walt Whitman Award recipient 15
190 Rudolph Matas, M.D., 1880, "father of vascular surgery" 14
191 Jennifer Grotz, award-winning poet 14
192 Donald Ensenat, Law, 1973, White House chief of protocol 13
193 David W. Pipes, Jr., Law, Terrebonne Parish planter and lawyer, congressional candidate (R) 13

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