List of Loomis Chaffee School alumni

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The following is a list of notable alumni of Loomis Chaffee School. Also called LC or Loomis, the Loomis Chaffee School is a college preparatory school located in Windsor, Connecticut.

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  • Jesse Camp 1997 – video jockey, media personality
  • Jonathan Carroll 1967 – author of The Land of Laughs, Voice of Our Shadow, Bones of the Moon, A Child Across the Sky, Black Cocktail, Sleeping in Flame, Outside the Dog Museum, After Silence, From the Teeth of Angels
  • Benjamin Cheever 1967 – author of The Plagiarist, The Partisan, Famous After Death
  • Pauline Chen 1982 – surgeon, author, and The New York Times columnist
  • Chris Cillizza 1994 – political journalist at CNN and author
  • Larry Collins 1947 – author of Is Paris Burning?
  • Nancy W. Collins 1991 – Columbia University professor of European Studies, Editor of European Studies Forum

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  • David Edelstein 1977 – film critic for New York Magazine, NPR's Fresh Air, CBS Sunday Morning, Slate, the New York Post, the 'Village Voice, and the Boston Phoenix

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  • David Margolick 1970 – Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair; National Legal Affairs Correspondent, The New York Times; author of At the Bar, Undue Influence: The Epic Battle for the Johnson & Johnson Fortune, Strange Fruit: The Biography of a Song, Beyond Glory: Joe Louis vs. Max Schmeling and a World on the Brink
  • Andrea McCarren 1981 – television journalist and educator
  • Terry Melcher – musician, songwriter ("Kokomo") and producer, The Beach Boys and The Byrds; son of Doris Day
  • Matthew M. Murray 1989 – Major League Baseball pitcher, Boston Red Sox (1995)

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  • Gretchen Ulion 1990 – Olympic gold medalist, U.S. Women's Olympic Hockey Team, Nagano, Japan 1998

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  1. ^ "Baseball Digest". Retrieved June 16, 2011.
  2. ^ The Nation Institute

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