List of Phillips Academy alumni
The following is a list of notable past students of Phillips Academy (also known as Phillips Andover and Andover) and of the former Abbot Academy (Phillips became coeducational in 1973 by merging with its sister school). Andover alumni are sometimes called Old Phillipians.
- Hafsat Abiola, Nigerian political activist; winner of 1999 Women to Watch Award from the Association of Women's Development (graduated 1992)
- Joseph Carter Abbott, Union Army general; North Carolina congressman and lawyer
- Ernie Adams, Director of Football Research, New England Patriots (graduated 1971)
- Chris Agee, poet, essayist and editor living in Ireland (graduated 1974)
- Wallace M. Alexander (1869-1939), heir, corporate director, philanthropist
- Jonathan Alter, senior editor and columnist at Newsweek (graduated 1975)
- Julia Alvarez, author (graduated 1967)
- Adelbert Ames, Jr., scientist
- Carl Andre, minimalist artist (graduated 1953)
- Thomas J. Baldrige, Pennsylvania Attorney General and Superior Court President Judge (graduated 1892)
- Sullivan Ballou, Union Soldier (graduated 1849)
- Charles Barber, author on mental health and psychiatric issues
- John Barres, current Roman Catholic Bishop of Rockville Centre
- Robin Batteau, composer, singer-songwriter (graduated 1969?)
- James Phinney Baxter, former president of Williams College and Pulitzer Prize winner (graduated 1918)
- Willow Bay, CNN news anchor (graduated 1981)
- Henry C. Beck III, CEO The Beck Group  (graduated 1973)
- Bruce Beemer, former Pennsylvania Attorney General and current Pennsylvania Inspector General (graduated 1987)
- Bill Belichick, coach of New England Patriots (graduated 1971)
- James Bell, New Hampshire politician and lawyer
- Charles R. Bentley, glaciologist and geophysicist
- John Berman, CNN senior news anchor and journalist
- Michael Beschloss, historian (graduated 1973)
- Hiram Bingham III, archaeologist; rediscovered ruins of Machu Picchu (graduated 1894)
- H.G. "Buzz" Bissinger, author of Friday Night Lights and Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist (graduated 1972)
- Les Blank, award-winning independent documentary filmmaker (graduated 1954)
- Humphrey Bogart, actor (attended 1918; expelled)
- Paul Bremer, diplomat notable for his role as Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority of Iraq following the 2003 invasion (graduated 1959)
- Johnny Broaca, professional baseball player
- Richard Brodhead, president of Duke University (graduated 1964)
- John Horne Burns, author (graduated 1933)
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, author (student until 1894, then transferred to Michigan Military Academy)
- George H. W. Bush, 41st U.S. President (graduated 1942)
- George W. Bush, 43rd U.S. President (graduated 1964)
- Jeb Bush, Governor of Florida (graduated 1971)
- Norman Cahners, publisher and athlete; qualified for 1936 Olympics but boycotted because games were held in Nazi Germany
- Jonathan G. Callahan, former Wisconsin assemblyman
- Isaac N. Carleton, educator and a president of the American Institute of Instruction (graduated 1855)
- Lincoln Chafee, former Rhode Island senator (graduated 1971)
- Otis Chandler, former publisher of the Los Angeles Times (graduated 1946)
- Chang Hee-jin, South Korean Olympic swimmer (graduated 2005)
- Thomas Chapin, jazz saxophonist
- Sarah Chayes, expert in religious studies and former Kandahar field director (graduated 1980)
- Susan Chira, editor, The New York Times (graduated 1976)
- George M. Church, professor of genetics, Harvard Medical School; pioneer of human genetics (graduated 1972)
- Sloane Citron, magazine publisher (graduated 1974)
- Stephen Carlton Clark, art collector and philanthropist; founder of the Baseball Hall of Fame (graduated 1899?)
- Christian Clemenson, Emmy Award-winning film and television actor (graduated 1976)
- Harlan Cleveland, U.S. Ambassador to NATO under President Lyndon B. Johnson (graduated 1934)
- Olivia Coffey, won the gold medal in the quad sculls at the 2015 World Rowing Championships as well as competed in 2016 Summer Olympics & The Boat Race 2018.
- Raymond C. Clevenger, judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (graduated 1955)
- William Sloane Coffin, reverend and peace activist (graduated 1942)
- Donald B. Cole, instructor in history and dean of Phillips Exeter Academy (graduated 1940)
- Frank Converse, actor (graduated 1956)
- Michael Copley, musician
- Joseph Cornell, sculptor (graduated 1921)
- Justin Cronin, author (graduated 1980)
- Bill Cunliffe, Grammy Award-winning composer, arranger, and jazz pianist (graduated 1974)
- Peter Currie, Netscape executive, investor, and charter trustee of Phillips Academy (graduated 1974)
- William Damon, author, psychologist, and Stanford University educator (graduated 1963)
- Lucy Danziger, editor-in-chief of Self magazine (graduated 1978)
- John Darnton, Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign correspondent for the New York Times (graduated 1960)
- Robert Darnton, historian (graduated 1957)
- Benjamin Darrow, New York district attorney (graduated 1879)
- Justin Whitlock Dart, Jr., advocate for the rights of disabled people (graduated 1949)
- Jonathan Dee, author (graduated 1980)
- Dana Delany, actress (graduated 1974)
- Zak DeOssie, professional football player for the New York Giants; Super Bowl-winning long snapper (graduated 2003)
- Norman Dodd, banker, financial adviser and head Investigator for the Reece Committee (graduated 1918) 
- Warren Fales Draper, publisher, educator, and philanthropist; significant donor to Phillips Academy; namesake of Draper Hall and Draper Cottage (graduated 1843)
- Bill Drayton, entrepreneur, coined the phrase "social entrepreneur"
- Charles Duits, writer
- Teddy Dunn, actor (graduated 1999)
- Carol Edgarian, author (graduated 1980)
- Alonzo Elliot, composer
- Trey Ellis, novelist, screenwriter (graduated 1980)
- Sam Endicott, singer-songwriter and vocalist for The Bravery (graduated 1992)
- David B. Ensor, CNN correspondent (graduated 1969)
- Walker Evans, photographer (graduated 1922)
- Charles Finch, author (graduated 1998)
- Charles B. Finch, businessman and political activist
- Tom Finkelpearl, NYC commissioner of cultural affairs (graduated 1974)
- David Fishelson, Broadway producer, playwright, filmmaker (graduated 1974)
- Charles L. Flint, lawyer, educator, first Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Agriculture, fourth president of the University of Massachusetts and one of its original founders (graduated 1854)
- Thomas C. Foley, former U.S. Ambassador to Ireland (graduated 1971)
- John Murray Forbes, railroad entrepreneur and philanthropist who re-established Milton Academy
- Theodore J. Forstmann, billionaire businessman and philanthropist
- Hollis Frampton, avant-garde filmmaker, photographer, and theoretician (attended 1951 to 1954; never received diploma)
- Peter Franchot, State Comptroller of Maryland
- Andy Frankenberger, poker champion
- Robert A. Gardner, two-time U.S. Amateur golf champion
- Jeffrey Garten, dean of the Yale School of Management (graduated 1964)
- Isaac Wheeler Geer, railroad executive
- A. Bartlett Giamatti, president of Yale University and seventh Major League Baseball Commissioner (graduated 1956)
- David Graeber, professor of anthropology; anarchist
- Anthony Grafton, noted scholar (graduated 1967)
- Richard Theodore Greener, first African-American to graduate from Harvard College (graduated 1865)
- G. Lauder Greenway, Chairman, Metropolitan Opera Association, and Director, New York Philharmonic. Long time companion of Ailsa Mellon Bruce (graduated 1925 [Bachelor], 1930 [PhD])
- James Greenway, Curator, Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University, renowned Ornithologist, Lt. Commander U.S. Navy, Intelligence Officer with the Office of Naval Intelligence (graduated 1926)
- John Campbell Greenway, General, U.S. Army, Rough Rider, Intelligence officer with the Office of Naval Intelligence, Mining Magnate (graduated 1895 [PhB])
- David L. Gunn, former president of Amtrak (graduated 1955)
- Philip F. Gura, William S. Newman Distinguished Professor of American Literature and Culture, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (graduated 1968)
- Roderick Stephen Hall, OSS agent murdered by the SS in February 1945 (graduated 1934)
- Peter Halley, artist (graduated 1971)
- George Hamlin, tenor; Victor recording artist 1905–1916 (class of 1889)
- Julian Hatton, abstract landscape artist (graduated 1974)
- Brian Henson, president of Jim Henson Productions (graduated 1982)
- Frank Lauren Hitchcock, MIT mathematician (graduated 1892?)
- Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., author (graduated 1825)
- Fred A. Howland, Secretary of State of Vermont and President of National Life Insurance Company (graduated 1883)
- Thomas J. Hudner, Jr., U.S. Navy officer and Medal of Honor recipient (graduated 1943)
- Chris Hughes, co-founder of Facebook; publisher and editor-in-chief of The New Republic (graduated 2002)
- Angela Hur, author (graduated 1998)
- Robert Ingersoll, former United States Deputy Secretary of State under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford (graduated 1933)
- Thomas H. Jackson, former president of the University of Rochester (graduated 1968)
- Clay Johnson III, deputy director of the United States Office of Management and Budget (graduated 1964)
- Stefan Kaluzny, co-founder of Sycamore Partners, (graduated 1984)
- Peter Kapetan (1956–2008), Broadway actor, singer, and dancer (graduated 1974)
- Marsha Kazarosian, trial attorney (graduated 1974)
- Charles West Kendall, U.S. Representative, lawyer, and newspaper editor
- John F. Kennedy, Jr., publisher, son of former U.S. president John F. Kennedy (graduated 1979)
- Patrick J. Kennedy, former U.S. Representative from Rhode Island (graduated 1986)
- Prince Rahim Aga Khan, son of the Aga Khan IV (graduated 1990)
- Victor K. Kiam, businessman and owner of the New England Patriots (graduated 1944)
- Brian Kibler, game designer and professional Magic: the Gathering player
- Tracy Kidder, Pulitzer Prize winner for Soul of the New Machine (graduated 1963)
- Earl Killian, computer scientist with over 25 patents (graduated 1974)
- Richard H. Kimball, venture capitalist (graduated 1974)
- Karl Kirchwey, poet (graduated 1974)
- Jonathan Philip Klein, dog behavior consultant (graduated 1974)
- William Standish Knowles, winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (graduated 1935)
- Lawrence Kohlberg, psychologist (graduated 1945)
- Chris Kreider, player for Boston College hockey team, and then New York Rangers (graduated 2010)
- Erik S. Kristensen, Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy SEALs; killed in action during Operation Red Wings (graduated 1991)
- Ring Lardner, Jr., Academy Award-winning screenwriter
- Frank Lavin, former Undersecretary for International Trade of the U.S. Department of Commerce (graduated 1975)
- George Ayres Leavitt, early New York publisher (graduated 1840)
- Gary Lee, journalist, travel writer (graduated 1974)
- Nate Lee, writer, senior editor of Newcity in Chicago (graduated 1974)
- Jack Lemmon, actor (graduated 1943)
- Sir Chentung Liang Cheng, Chinese ambassador to the United States (did not graduate)
- I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, disbarred lawyer, government official, policy advisor, and novelist (graduated 1968)
- Gordon Lish, editor, author, and teacher (graduated 1952)
- Seth Lloyd, physicist and researcher in quantum information theory (graduated 1978)
- David Longstreth, founding member of rock band The Dirty Projectors
- Alfred Lee Loomis, pioneer of ultrasonics (graduated 1905)
- Phillips Lord, radio program writer, creator, producer and narrator
- Heather Mac Donald, political commentator (graduated 1974)
- Moses Macdonald, US Congressman (graduated 1827)
- Lisa MacFarlane, principal of Phillips Exeter Academy (graduated 1975)
- April March, musician and animator
- George Perkins Marsh, diplomat and philologist; credited as one of the first environmentalists (graduated 1816)
- John Marsh, early pioneer and settler in California; often regarded as the first person to practice medicine in California (graduated 1818)
- Othniel Charles Marsh, first professor of paleontology at Yale University (graduated 1856)
- Priscilla Martel, restaurateur and food expert (graduated 1974)
- Laurel Massé, founding member of The Manhattan Transfer (expelled 1969)
- Barry R. McCaffrey, teacher of national securities studies at West Point (graduated 1960)
- Vance C. McCormick, politician and businessman; chair of the American delegation at the Treaty of Versailles
- Joe McGlone, football player
- Scott Mead, investment banker, photographer, and former partner and managing director of Goldman Sachs (graduated 1973)
- Jonathan Meath, award–winning children's TV producer and famous Santa Claus (graduated 1974)
- Thomas C. Mendenhall, expert of collegiate rowing and former president of Smith College (graduated 1928)
- Thomas Mesereau, attorney whose clients include Robert Blake and Michael Jackson (graduated 1969)
- Charles A. Meyer, former Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs (graduated 1935)
- Marvin Minsky, expert on artificial intelligence, robotics, and computers
- Paul Monette, author and activist (graduated 1963)
- William Henry Moody, U.S. Supreme Court justice (graduated 1871)
- Edwin V. Morgan, United States Ambassador to Brazil 1912-1933
- Samuel Morse, inventor of the single-wire telegraph and Morse Code (graduated 1805)
- Lachlan Murdoch, son of media mogul Rupert Murdoch; former executive director of News Corporation (graduated 1990)
- Charles B. G. Murphy, writer and philanthropist; honored with the Charles B.G. Murphy professorship at Yale University (graduated 1923)
- Patrick O. Murphy, mayor of Lowell, Massachusetts
- Ted Nace, computer publisher, anti-coal activist (graduated 1974)
- Joseph Hardy Neesima, founder of Doshisha University in Japan (graduated 1867)
- Sara Nelson, former editor–in–chief of Publishers Weekly (graduated 1974)
- William D. Nordhaus, co-recipient of the 2018 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences (graduated 1959)
- Richard O'Kane, recipient of the Medal of Honor (graduated 1930)
- Frederick Law Olmsted, architect and designer of Central Park (graduated 1838)
- Kevin Olusola, cellist and member of a cappella group Pentatonix (graduated 2006)
- Steven C. Panagiotakos, senator
- U.S. Army Major General James Parker, awarded the Medal of Honor (graduated 1870)
- Rufus Parks, Wisconsin politician
- Jonathan Penner, actor on Survivor: Cook Islands, Survivor: Micronesia, and Survivor: Philippines
- Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward, early feminist author
- Gerard Piel, journalist (graduated 1933)
- David Pingree, MacArthur Award-winning Brown University writer (graduated 1950)
- Jane Pratt, publisher, founder of Jane magazine (graduated 1980)
- Sarah Rafferty, actress (graduated 1989)
- Henry Riggs Rathbone, congressman and lawyer from Illinois; his parents were with Abraham Lincoln when he was shot at Ford's Theater (graduated 1887)
- DeForest Richards, fifth Governor of Wyoming
- Pete Robbins, jazz saxophonist (graduated 1997)
- Charles Ruff, lawyer who defended Bill Clinton during his impeachment trial in 1999 (graduated 1956)
- Robin L. Rosenberg, U.S. District Court Judge (graduated 1979)
- Stacy Schiff, journalist, biographer, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for her biography of Vera Nabokov (graduated 1978)
- G. David Schine, entrepreneur, businessman, and political activist
- Cory Schneider, New Jersey Devils goaltender (graduated 2004)
- Peter Sellars, theater director (graduated 1975)
- Tanya Selvaratnam, author, actor, producer, and activist (graduated 1988)
- Robert B. Semple, Jr., associate editor for the New York Times; Pulitzer Prize winner for environmental editorial writing (graduated 1954)
- James Shannon, former U.S. Representative from Massachusetts and former Massachusetts Attorney General (graduated 1969)
- Duncan Sheik, musician (graduated 1988)
- Charles Sheldon, leader of the Social Gospel movement (graduated 1879)
- Peter Plympton Smith, assistant director-general for education at UNESCO and first president of California State University, Monterey Bay (graduated 1964)
- Andong Song, first China-born hockey player to be drafted in the National Hockey League (NHL) (graduated 2016)
- James Spader, actor (class of 1978; dropped out)
- Lyman Spitzer, physicist (graduated 1931)
- Benjamin Spock, pediatrician (graduated 1921)
- Alfred E. Stearns, American educator and 9th Headmaster of Phillips Academy (graduated 1890)
- Robert B. Stearns, founder of Bear Stearns(graduated 1906)
- Joshua Steiner, financier (graduated 1983)
- Frank Stella, painter (graduated 1954)
- Alexander Stille, journalist (graduated 1974)
- Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of State under President Hoover, Secretary of War under Presidents Taft, F. Roosevelt and Truman
- William H. Sumner, son of Governor Increase Sumner; graduated from Harvard College in 1799; practiced law; general in the Massachusetts militia; wrote The History of East Boston
- Richard K. Sutherland, U.S. Army general during World War II (graduated 1911)
- William Irvin Swoope, U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania
- Oscar Tang, Chinese-American investment banker and philanthropist; chairman of Board of Trustees of Phillips Academy and largest donor in Phillips Academy history (graduated 1956)
- William Davis Taylor, publisher and chair of the Boston Globe (graduated 1927)
- Thomas D. Thacher (1881–1950), one-time Solicitor General of the United States
- Evan Thomas, assistant managing editor of Newsweek
- Nicholas Thompson, Editor in Chief of Wired (graduated 1993)
- William R. Timken, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany under George W. Bush (graduated 1956)
- William Tong, Connecticut state representative
- Alexander Trowbridge, U.S. Secretary of Commerce under President Lyndon Johnson; former president, National Association of Manufacturers (graduated 1947)
- Ming Tsai, chef and restaurateur (graduated 1982)
- Robert Uihlein, Jr., businessman and polo player (graduated 1934)
- James Ramsey Ullman, writer and mountaineer (graduated 1925)
- Bill Veeck, former owner of the Chicago White Sox (graduated 1932)
- Willard Lamb Velie, grandson of John Deere; developed advanced engines for automobiles and airplanes (graduated 1885)
- William Vickrey, awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1996
- James von Klemperer, American architect
- Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, King of Bhutan
- Gar Waterman, sculptor (graduated 1974)
- Daniel S. Weld, professor of Computer Science at the University of Washington (graduated 1978)
- Theodore Dwight Weld, abolitionist (graduated 1820)
- George Whipple, winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1933 for cure for pernicious anemia
- George M. Whitesides, professor of chemistry at Harvard University
- Reed Whittemore, poet and twice Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress
- Olivia Wilde, actress (graduated 2002)
- Dick Wolf, Emmy Award-winning television producer of Miami Vice and Law & Order
- Dudley Wolfe, yachtsman, skier and mountaineer (asked to leave 1916)
- Francesca Woodman, photographer
- Leonard Woods, fourth president of Bowdoin College
- Christopher Asher Wray, Director of the FBI
- Philip K. Wrigley, manufacturer of Wrigley's Chewing Gum (graduated 1915)
- Timothy Wynter, competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics.
- Tachi Yamada, president of the Global Health Program, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (graduated 1963)
- Jesse Colin Young, musician (expelled)
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- Staff writer (January 24, 2008). "Heffner Adds More Guests for Next Two WPAA Live Political Broadcasts". Phillips Academy. Archived from the original on June 4, 2010. Retrieved 2009-08-15.
- Buskin & Batteau, Joyous Reprise, by Richard Cuccaro, Acoustic Live Archived 2013-05-08 at the Wayback Machine, ..."Robin's high school was the prep school at Andover, MA."..., Accessed April 11, 2013
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- "History and research." George W. Bush Childhood Home
- "Christian Clemenson Biography". ABC Medianet. Archived from the original on November 20, 2008.
- "Grammy Awards: List of Winners: Music". The New York Times. January 31, 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-07.
Instrumental Arrangement ... “West Side Story Medley,” Bill Cunliffe
- "Yu, Zuckerberg and the Facebook fallout". Reuters. Apr 1, 2009. Retrieved 2010-10-14.
In a back-to-the-future move, former Netscape CFO Peter Currie will be the key adviser to Facebook about financial matters
- Executive profile (2010). "Currie Capital LLC". Bloomberg Businessweek. Retrieved 2010-10-14.
Mr. Peter L. S. Currie is the President at Currie Capital LLC
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Sam Endicott -- Singer-songwriter & instrumentalist; a founder & lead vocalist for The Bravery; record and music video director & producer
- Andover magazine, The Buzz, Retrieved July 3, 2015 (see fourth column, middle)
- "Roderick Stephen Hall: The Saboteur of Brenner Pass" (in German). Central Intelligence Agency. 30 September 2010. Retrieved 12 September 2018.
- "About -- 1800s". Andover. 2011-04-06. Archived from the original on 2013-11-05. Retrieved 2011-04-06.
Tenor; Victor recording artist [1905-1916]
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- Niarchos, Zoe (Spring–Summer 2007). "Class Notes, Class of 1998". Phillips Academy. Retrieved 2008-03-14.
- "In Memoriam". Northwestern University. Winter 2008. Retrieved 2010-11-22.
Peter Kapetan (C78), 51, New York City, June 4. An actor, singer and dancer, Mr. Kapetan enjoyed a theater career that spanned almost three decades. He most recently appeared on Broadway in The Wedding Singer as a Ronald Reagan impersonator and ensemble member...
- "Peers elect Kazarosian state bar secretary". The Haverhill Gazette. September 9, 2010. Retrieved 2012-03-23.
... Marsha V. Kazarosian has been elected secretary of the Massachusetts Bar Association ... She is a graduate of Phillips Academy in Andover....
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- "Technical Advisory Board". Stretch. 2010-11-26. Retrieved 2010-11-26.
Earl has many areas of expertise including computer architecture, DSP, compilers, operating systems and networking. He is the former Chief Architect of Tensilica and Silicon Graphics MIPS division, and Co-founder of QED (acquired by PMC-Sierra). As one of the original architects of the MIPS processor and the microarchitect of the Tensilica processor, he assists Stretch in its processor direction. With a plethora of patents and publications and his deep knowledge of the semiconductor industry, Earl is a true asset to the TAB.
- United States Patent Application 20060101369 (2006-05-11). "Automated processor generation system for designing a configurable processor and method for the same". U.S. Patents Online. Retrieved 2010-11-26.
... Killian, Earl A. (Los Altos Hills, CA, US)
- Ken Ringle (August 6, 1998). "The New Yorker's Literary Lion Cub". Washington Post. Retrieved 2011-02-12.
- "Notable Alumni in the field of Journalism". Phillips Academy. 2011-02-12. Archived from the original on 2011-07-19. Retrieved 2011-02-12.
- "List of Books by Nate Lee". Paperback Swap. 2010-10-31. Retrieved 2010-10-31.
2010 - Words From the Cross and 5 Other Dramas for Tweens (Paperback) 2007 - What a Story!: And Five Other Dramas for Tweens (Paperback) 2006 - Don't Miss the Bus and five Other Dramas for Tweens (Paperback) 2005 -...
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Singer-songwriter; founder & leader of the group Dirty Projectors [2002-]Check date values in:
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- George D. Lyman (1930). John Marsh, pioneer: The life story of a trail-blazer on six frontiers. Scribner's & Sons.
- ELIZABETH MAKER (December 11, 2005). "CONNECTICUT AT ITS BEST; On an Open Fire, Much More Than Chestnuts". New York Times. Retrieved 2010-10-20.
Priscilla Martel, throw in fall and winter for guests who include Morley Safer of 60 Minutes and the chef Jacques P?n, both of whom live in Chester.
- Liam Murphy (October 26, 2009). "Jonathan Meath '74 Pursued Children's Television Production After Cultivating His Interests at PA". The Philippian. Archived from the original on August 9, 2011. Retrieved 2010-11-13.
Jonathan Meath ’74, ... “Andover encouraged me to develop my skills as a creative individual.
- Monadnock Summer (August 8, 2004). "Ted Nace: Confessions Of A Recovering Capitalist". New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR). Retrieved 2010-11-19.
... he worked as an editor at PC World magazine and as a columnist for Publish! and Computer Currents magazines. Together with Michael Gardner, he founded the computer book publishing company Peachpit Press in 1985 and served as publisher until 1996,
- "Sara Nelson appears on CBS's The Early Show". CBS News The Early Show. December 9, 2009. Retrieved 2010-10-05.
'O' magazine's Sara Nelson showed off her holiday book picks for everyone on your gift list.. Sara Nelson appeared with CBS's Harry
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New Yorkers Sara Nelson and Margaret Downs rushed back to campus to enjoy the Abbot tea with restaurateur Priscilla Martel.
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- William H. Sumner
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Gar Waterman, a sculptor, ... works in marble, bronze and wood, graduated from Dartmouth College. He is a son of Susanna and Stanton A. Waterman of Lawrenceville, N.J.
- Margaret Reuland (September 13, 2002). "A hidden secret in subdued Westville". Yale Daily News. Archived from the original on September 21, 2012. Retrieved 2010-10-19.
Sculptor Gar Waterman ...organic forms that seem to sprout perpetually. It is with this energy, which he calls "the energy of germination" that Waterman ...
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This interview with Tachi Yamada, M.D., president of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Global Health Program, ... His outlook was always international. Very early, he sent me to the United States. I was 15. He sent me to a boarding school, Andover.