List of Middlebury College alumni

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The following is a list of notable Middlebury College alumni, including both graduates and attendees. For a list of Middlebury faculty, refer to the list of Middlebury College faculty.

Notable alumni[edit]

Selected Middlebury alumni
John Martin Thomas, 9th President of Middlebury, 9th president of Penn State, and 12th president of Rutgers University, class of 1890
Vendela Vida, novelist, screenwriter, editor of The Believer magazine, and co-founder of 826 Valencia, class of 1993
Jeff Lindsay, creator of the Dexter series, class of 1975
Alexander Twilight, first African American college graduate and state legislator, class of 1823
Edward John Phelps, founding member and former president of the American Bar Association, class of 1840
Shawn Ryan, creator of The Shield, class of 1988
Charles V. Dyer, prominent abolitionist and stationmaster on the Underground Railroad, class of 1830

Academia[edit]

College and university presidents[edit]

Professors[edit]

Arts[edit]

Fashion[edit]

  • Tiziana Domínguez – Spanish fashion designer and artist; daughter of designer Adolfo Domínguez
  • Alexandra Kotur – fashion journalist, Style Director and contributing editor for Vogue; author of Carolina Herrera: Portrait of a Fashion Icon; co-author of The World in Vogue: People, Parties, Places

Fine arts[edit]

Literature[edit]

Music[edit]

Television and film[edit]

Theater[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Business[edit]

Journalism[edit]

Law[edit]

Military[edit]

Philanthropy[edit]

Politics[edit]

Presidents and Prime Ministers[edit]

Diplomats[edit]

US Senators and Representatives[edit]

Governors[edit]

State Senators and Representatives[edit]

Other political figures[edit]

Religion[edit]

Science[edit]

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  81. ^ Tribute to Charles Mead

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