List of Trinity College (Connecticut) people

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Here is a list of notable people affiliated with Trinity College. It includes alumni, attendees, faculty, and presidents of the college.

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Christine C. Quinn, Speaker of the New York City Council
David Chang, New York restauranteur, Times list 100 most influential people
Vijay Prashad, George and Martha Kellner Chair in South Asian History and Professor of International
Dov Zakheim, Undersecretary of Defense and Comptroller at the Department of Defense
Tucker Carlson, political news correspondent
John Williams, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States
Stephen Gyllenhaal, film director
Ernest de Koven Leffingwell, geologist and Arctic explorer
George Will, newspaper columnist, journalist, and author
Eddie Pérez, Former mayor of Hartford
Bill Zeller, creator of Mytunes
George Crile III with Charlie Wilson in Afghanistan
J. H. Hobart Ward, American Civil War general

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Presidents of the College[edit]

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References[edit]

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  36. ^ "Thomas Richard Purnell". Federal Judicial Center. Retrieved 20 October 2012. 
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  51. ^ Past Presidents