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          During its more than 200-year history, Lawrenceville has produced more than its fair share of prominent graduates in virtually every field of human endeavor. Following is a partial list, with their class year (some approximate) and most recent or most recognizable achievement.

          List of 9 items.

          • Authors

            Bill Berkson, 1957; Portrait and Dream: New and Selected Poems
            Frederick Buechner, 1943; Yellow Leaves: A Miscellany
            Hodding Carter IV, 1980; Off the Deep End
            Richard Halliburton, 1917; The Royal Road to Romance: Travelers’ Tales Classics
            Owen Johnson, 1895; The Lawrenceville Stories
            James Merrill, 1943; The Changing Light at Sandover
            Stacey Patton, 1996; That Mean Old Yesterday 
            Fred Mustard Stewart, 1950; The Magnificent Savages
            Thornton Wilder, former Lawrenceville faculty member, Bridge of San Luis Rey (written while at the School) and Our Town
          • Business

            Garth Ancier, 1975; former President, BBC Worldwide America
            Lewis Bernard, 1959; former CAO and CFO of Morgan Stanley
            Christopher DeMuth, 1964; former President, American Enterprise Institute 
            Michael Eisner, 1960; former CEO, The Walt Disney Company 
            Mortimer B. Fuller III, 1960; Chairman and CEO, Genesee & Wyoming
            George H. Gallup Jr., 1948; founder, The George H. Gallup International Institute 
            John Gutfreund, 1947; former CEO, Salomon Brothers 
            Randolph Apperson Hearst, 1934; former Chairman, The Hearst Corporation
            J. Robert Hillier, 1955; founder, The Hillier Group
            Glenn Hutchins, 1973; co-founder, SilverLake
            Rupert Johnson, 1958; vice chairman, Franklin Resources
            Edwin Posner, 1908; former President, American Stock Exchange
            Lily Rafii, 1993; co-founder, Felix Rey
            Karl G. Roebling, 1891; former President, John A. Roebling’s Sons Co. 
            Brandon Tartikoff, 1966; former President, NBC Entertainment Division 
            Joseph Tsai, 1982; co-founder, Alibaba
            Seth Waugh, 1976; CEO, Deutsche Bank Americas
            Meredith Whitney, 1988; founder, Meredith Whitney Advisory Group, LLC
          • Education & Academia

            George Akerlof, 1958; Nobel Laureate in Economics and Professor, UC-Berkeley
            Robert J. Burkhardt Jr., 1958; founder and former head, Eagle Rock School
            Charles Fried, 1952; Professor, Harvard Law School, and former United States Solicitor General
            Robert F. Goheen, 1936; 16th President of Princeton University and former U.S. Ambassador to India 
            Phil Jordan, 1950; former president Kenyon College
            Lewis Perry, 1894; former Lawrenceville faculty and 8th Principal of Phillips Exeter Academy
          • Entertainment

            Dierks Bentley, 1993; country singer 
            Merian C. Cooper, 1911; director, King Kong
            Lydia Hearst-Shaw, 2002; model 
            Robert Kraft, 1972; former President and CEO, Fox Music Inc.; founder Kraftbox Entertainment
            Huey Lewis, 1967 (as Hugh Cregg); musician
            Adele Myers, 1988; founder, Adele Myers and Dancers
            Paul Moravec, Jr., 1975; 2004 Pulitzer Prize in Music, composer
            Matthew Prager, 1985; actor, writer, producer
            Jim Rash, 1990; screenwriter and director, Academy Award winner
            Cotter Smith, 1968; actor 
            Welly Yang, 1990; actor
            Monica Yunus, 1995; soprano, Metropolitan Opera
          • Journalism & Publishing

            Fox Butterfield, 1957; Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, The New York Times
            Jay Carney, 1983; White House Press Secretary; former Director of Communications for Vice President Joseph Biden; former TIME Washington Bureau Chief 
            Tom Du Pont, 1966; Chairman and publisher, Du Pont Publishing Company
            Malcolm Forbes, 1937; former publisher, Forbes
            Garry Howard, 1977; Director of Corporate Initiatives, American City Business Journals; former editor-in-chief, Sporting News; former senior editor, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
            Walter Hussman, 1964; CEO, WEHCO Media, and publisher, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
            Richard M. Lerner, 1978; anchor and featured commentator for The Golf Channel
            Marcus Mabry, 1985; Vice President of Global Programming, CNN Digital; former international business editor, The New York Times
            Curtis W. McGraw, 1915; former President, McGraw-Hill
            Donald C. McGraw, 1917; former President, McGraw-Hill
            Harold McGraw Jr., 1936; former President, McGraw-Hill
            Geoff Morrell, 1987; Pentagon Press Secretary and former ABC White House correspondent; current head of communications for BP America
            Merrill Noden, 1973; former columnist, Sports Illustrated
            David Ottaway, 1957; Woodrow Wilson Fellow and former investigative reporter and Bureau Chief, The Washington Post
            Bob Ryan, 1964; sportswriter for The Boston Globe and ESPN analyst/contributor 
            Charles Scribner, 1834-37; publisher
            Peter Schwed, 1928; editor and publisher, Simon & Schuster
          • Military

            Sir Hamish S. Forbes, 1934; Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE), Awarded Military Cross (MC), Major
            Col. Jonathan Jaffin, M.D., 1973; Director, Health Policy and Services, Office of the Surgeon General
            James McQueen McIntosh, 1837-1840; Brigadier General for Confederate Army 
            John Baillie McIntosh, 1837-1840; Brigadier General for Union Army 
            Jarvis Offutt, 1913; World War I aviator for whom Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha, Nebraska, is named
            Horace Porter, 1854; Brigadier General in Civil War and Medal of Honor recipient, Grant’s personal secretary at the White House and U.S. Ambassador to France 
            Hugh Lenox Scott, 1869; former Superintendent, West Point, and U.S. Army Chief of Staff
            Paul E. Tobin, Jr., 1958; Rear Admiral, United States Navy; former director, Naval Communication/Information Systems, and vice chief, Naval Education and Training; recipient of the Bronze Star, Legion of Merit, and Navy Distinguished Service Medal. His final assignment was Oceanographer of the Navy (1996–1998).

            Alfred A. Woodhull, 1852; Brigadier General and Army surgeon, Office of the Surgeon General; a pioneer in establishing standards for military hygiene
          • Politics

            Abram Piatt Andrew, 1889; Director, U.S. Mint (1909-1910), Assistant Secretary of the Treasury (1910-1912) 
            David Baird, Jr., 1899; U.S. Senator from New Jersey (1929-1930) 
            Dewey F. Bartlett, 1938; Governor of Oklahoma (1967-1971) and U.S. Senator (1973-1979) 
            Prince Turki bin Faisal al-Saud, 1963; former Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United States and Great Britain
            Dennis Bushyhead, 1843; Chief of Cherokee Nation (1879-1887)
            William Mershon Lanning, 1866; U.S. Representative from New Jersey (1903-1904)
            Patrick Murphy, 2002; U.S. Congressman from Florida (elected 2012)
            Preston Lea, 1859-60; Governor of Delaware (1905-1909)
            Ricardo Maduro, 1963; former President of Honduras (2002-2006)
            Charles S. Olden, 1810-14; Governor of New Jersey (1860-1863)
            Joel Parker, 1834-37; Governor of New Jersey (1863-1866 and 1872-1875)
            Rodman M. Price, 1834-1837; Governor of New Jersey (1854-1857)
            Andrew Horatio Reeder, 1822-25; first Governor of the Kansas Territory (1854-55)
            William Potter Ross, 1837-40; Chief of the Cherokee Nation (1866-1867 and 1872-1875)
            Julian Larcombe Schley, 1898; Governor of the Panama Canal Zone (1932-1936)
            Frederic Collin Walcott, 1886; U.S. Senator from Connecticut (1929-1935)
            Lowell P. Weicker, Jr., 1949; Governor of Connecticut (1991-1995) and U.S. Senator (1971-1989)
          • Science & Research

            Alan D'Andrea, 1974; Professor, Harvard Medical School, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
            Charles Carpenter, 1948; Professor, Brown University and director of Lifespan/Tufts/Brown Center for AIDS Research; developed first effective therapy to combat cholera
            Samuel D. Gross, M.D., 1822-25; renowned academic trauma surgeon, Jefferson Medical College, and subject of Thomas Eakins’ painting, “The Gross Clinic” 
            Lars Hernquist, 1973; Mallinkrodt Professor of Astrophysics at Harvard and member, National Academy of Sciences
            Butler Lampson, 1960; computer scientist and 1992 ACM Turing Award winner 
            Aldo Leopold, 1905; father of modern environmentalism, author of A Sand County Almanac
            William Masters, 1934; human sexuality researcher and co-founder, Masters & Johnson Institute
            Dr. Sheridan Gray "Sherry" Snyder, 1954; biotechnology entrepreneur and philanthropist, National Junior Tennis League
          • Sports

            Max Behr, 1901; New Jersey State Amateur Golf Champion, 1909-1910, famous golf course architect
            Knowlton Lyman “Snake” Ames
            , 1886; All-American football player at Princeton and collegiate record-holder, coach of Purdue Boilermakers
            Clint Frank, 1934; winner, 1937 Heisman Trophy and Maxwell Award, All-American at Yale 
            Billy Granville, 1992; former NFL player, Cincinnati Bengals
            William S. Gummere, 1867; Captain of Princeton University football team that played the first intercollegiate football game versus Rutgers in 1869 
            Armond Hill, 1972; former NBA player, Atlanta Hawks; assistant coach, Boston Celtics
            Alexander Spinning Lilley, 1888; first football coach of Ohio State Buckeyes
            Dennis Michie, 1888; introduced football to West Point, for whom Michie Stadium is named 
            Joakim Noah, 2004; NBA player, Chicago Bulls
            Bobby Sanguinetti, 2006; NHL player, New York Rangers
          Through House and Harkness, Lawrenceville challenges a diverse community of promising young people to lead lives of learning, integrity, and high purpose.  Our mission is to inspire the best in each to seek the best for all.

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