Norman M. Thomas, Whig, Class of 1905. Pacifist, six-time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of America. (source)


John Foster Dulles 

John Foster Dulles, Whig, Class of 1908. As Secretary of State, one of the most famous diplomats of the 20th century. (source) (source)

Allen W. Dulles, Whig, Class of 1914. Diplomat, second Director of the Council on Foreign Relations, first civilian CIA Director.  (source)


F. Scott Fitzgerald 

F. Scott Fitzgerald, Whig, Class of 1917. Contributor to the Nassau Literary Magazine. One of the most famous American authors of the 20th century. (source) (source)


Adlai Stevenson 

Adlai E. Stevenson, Whig, Class of 1922. Thirty-first governor of Illinois, fifth Ambassador to the United Nations (during the Cuban Missile Crisis), two-time presidential candidate. (source)

Claiborne Pell, unknown (presumed Whig), class of 1940. Senator (longest-serving senator in Rhode Island’s history), author of the Federal Pell Grant program. (source)



John Rawls

John Rawls, unknown, class of 1943. First treasurer of Whig-Clio’s Madison Debating Society. One of the most influential political philosopher of the 20th century. (source)

Paul S. Sarbanes, unknown, Class of 1954. Senator (longest-serving senator in Maryland’s history), co-sponsor of the Sarbanes–Oxley Act. (source)



Ralph Nader 

Ralph Nader, unknown, Class of 1955. Political activist, presidential candidate. (source)

Thomas Kean, unknown (presumed Clio), Class of 1957. Speaker of the New Jersey Assembly, forty-eighth Governor of New Jersey, chaired the 9/11 Commission. (source)

Joseph S. Nye, Jr., unknown, Class of 1958. One of the most influential international relations scholars of the 20th century (pioneered the concept of soft power). (source)

Booth Tarkington, unknown, Class of 1893. Contributor to the Nassau Literary Magazine. One of only three novelists to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction more than once. (source)



Mitch Daniels 

Mitch Daniels, unknown, Class of 1971. Forty-ninth Governor of Indiana.



Samuel Alito 

Samuel Alito, unknown, Class of 1972. President of the Whig-Clio Debate Panel. 110th Supreme Court Justice. (source)


Ted Cruz 

Ted Cruz, Clio (Chair), Class of 1992. Chair of the Cliosphic Society, education director for the Debate Panel. Senator, Texas Solicitor General. (source)

Jason Goldman, unknown, Class of 1999. President of the Whig-Clio Debate Panel. Google and Twitter executive. (source)