Hannah Beech ’95
New York Times, Southeast Asia bureau chief

Dan Harris ’93
ABC World News Sunday anchor

Mike Daisey ’96
Satirist, actor, star of one-man off-Broadway shows

Cecily von Ziegesar ’92
Author of Gossip Girls series

Wylie Dufresne ’92
“One of the most influential culinary minds on the planet” (New York Times)

Amy Walter ’91
National editor; Cook Political Report; former political director, ABC News

Andrea Nix Fine ’91
Academy Award-winning (2013) documentary filmmaker

Gregory Ciottone ’87
Internationally recognized expert in disaster medicine and emergency management

Sean McCormack ’86
Former Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs and U.S. State Department spokesman

Linda Greenlaw ’83
Best-selling author and the only female swordfishing boat captain on the East Coast

Eric S. Rosengren ’79
President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Alan Taylor ’77
Historian and multiple Pulitzer Prize winner for William Cooper’s Town: Power and Persuasion on the Frontier of the Early American Republic and The Internal Enemy: Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832

David Bodine ’76
Chief of Genetics and Molecular Biology, NIH

Robert Diamond Jr. ’73
Former chief executive, Barclays

Rocco Landesman ’69
Chair, National Endowment for the Arts; Broadway entrepreneur

Doris Kearns Goodwin ’64
Historian, author, media commentator

Henry Sockbeson ’73
Chief justice, Mashpee Wampanoag Supreme Court

Pete Rouse ’68
Advisor to President Obama, former White House Chief of Staff

Andrew J. Weiland ’64
Acclaimed orthopedic surgeon; professor, Weill Cornell Medical College

Stephen Sternberg ’41
Pathologist and author of two widely used reference books in anatomical pathology

Robert B. Parker ’54
Author of dozens of mysteries and other books

Thomas Savage ’40
Author of 13 books about the American West, written between 1944 and 1988

Edward Gurney ’35
U.S. Senator from Florida (1969–1974)

Marston Morse 1914
Mathematician and founder of Morse Theory.

Benjamin F. Butler 1838
Union general, U.S. Civil War

Elijah Parish Lovejoy 1826
Minister, journalist, abolitionist, and martyr for the freedom of the press