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Alumni Office
Office of Alumni, Parents, and Volunteers
90 University Ave., Lewisburg
Alumni Services
  • Bertrand Library borrowing privileges
  • Memberships at private clubs
  • Pennsylvania license plates
Alumni Publications
Bucknell World
Major Alumni Events
  • Class reunions
  • Homecoming
Famous Alumni
  • Edgar Brawley (Class of 1874) - first black graduate and later president of two southern colleges
  • Christy Mathewson (Class of 1902) - baseball hall of famer
  • Edward B. Lewis (Class of 1936) - Nobel Prize winner in medicine in 1995
  • Webster Whitmore (Class of 1936) - inventor credited with design of rocket engine that powered the first Bell Aircraft XS1 rocket aircraft
  • William Hoeveler (Class of 1947) - Federal District Court judge, Miami; presided over Noriega trial
  • Jane Brown Maas (Class of 1953) - creator of the "I Love NY" campaign
  • Philip Roth (Class of 1954) - one of America's foremost contemporary writers, winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for fiction literature
  • Kunitake Ando (Class of 1965) - president of Sony Corporation
  • Susan Sullivan Dunlap (Class of 1965) - mystery writer
  • Edward Herrmann (Class of 1965) - Emmy-award winning actor (played the father in The Gilmore Girls TV series)
  • James McCloskey (Class of 1966) - humanitarian, founder of Centurion Ministries; advocate for those on Death Row whom he believes are wrongfully accused
  • D'Anna Fortunato (Class of 1967) - opera singer
  • Susan Crawford (Class of 1969) - first woman judge of U.S. Court of Military Appeals
  • Daniel Buraczeski (Class of 1970) - artistic director and jazz dance choreographer
  • Doreen Bolger (Class of 1971) - executive director, Baltimore Museum of Art
  • Leslie Moonves (Class of 1971) - president and CEO of CBS
  • David Weinberger (Class of 1972) - Web philosopher, commentator on NPR, author of Small Pieces Loosely Joined, and editor of JOHO, the Journal of the Hyperlinked Organization
  • Mark Morganelli (Class of 1977) - jazz trumpeter, record producer
  • Rob Andrews (Class of 1979) - U.S. congressman from New Jersey
  • Todd Buchholz (Class of 1983) - economist and author of Market Shock and eight other books; a former director of economic policy at the White House
  • John McPherson (Class of 1983) - syndicated cartoonist of "Close to Home"
  • Richard Johnson (Class of 1984) - founder of HotJobs
  • Bill Westenhofer (Class of 1990) - Academy Award winner for visual effects
  • Doug Lebda (Class of 1992) - founder of LendingTree
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