Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York

Notable Alumni

Alan Alda (1956), six-time Emmy Award and six-time Golden Globe Award-winning actor

Rob Astorino (1989), media personality and member of the Westchester County Board of Legislators

Louis Boccardi (1958), retired President, The Associated Press

Mike Breen (1983), sportscaster for NBA games on ABC and ESPN

Peter A. Carlesimo (1940), former Executive Director, National Invitation Tournament

P.J. Carlesimo (1971), college and professional basketball coach

Andrew Cuomo (1979), Governor of New York State; former Attorney General, New York State; former U.S. Sectretary of Housing and Urban Development

Jack Curry (1986), baseball columnist and reporter for The New York Times

Don DeLillo (1958), National Book Award and PEN/Faulkner Award-winning author

John D. Feerick (1958), former Dean, Fordham University School of Law

Richard Foerster (1971), Award-winning poet

Pete Fornatale (1967), radio personality and music historian

Robert Giaimo (1941), former member of the U.S. House of Representatives

Pat Harrington, Jr. (1950), Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award-winning actor

Fr. Thomas Hopko (1960), Orthodox Christian theologian

Michael Kay (1982), play-by-play announcer for the New York Yankees

Greg Kelly (1991), correspondent for Fox News Channel

David Kolb (1963), philosopher at Bates College

Robert B. Lawton (1970), President, Loyola Marymount University

James N. Loughran, S.J. (1968), former President, Saint Peter’s College

Gerald W. Lynch (1958), former President, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Theodore Cardinal McCarrick (1954), Archbishop of Washington D.C.

Wellington Mara (1937), owner of the New York Giants, Pro Football Hall of Famer

Joe Moglia (1971), CEO, TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation

Malcolm Moran (1975), sportswriter for USA Today, USBWA Hall of Famer

William Hughes Mulligan (1970), Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

John E. Potter (1977), U.S. Postmaster General and CEO of the U.S. Postal Service

Ed Randall (1974), host of WFAN’s Talking Baseball 

Vin Scully (1949), Emmy Award-winning sportscaster for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Baseball Hall of Famer, Radio Hall of Famer

John Sexton (1963), President, New York University

Adam Smith (1978), member of the U.S. House of Representatives

Loretta Tofani (1975), Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist

Peter Vallone, Jr. (1983), member of the New York City Council

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