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Alumni Presidents

The success of Yale's mission to educate world leaders was underscored during its 300th year with appearances by four of the five alumni who have served as U.S. presidents (the fifth being William Howard Taft, Class of 1878). Gerald R. Ford '41 J.D. could not make a personal appearance due to health concerns, but did send his congratulations via a videotaped appearance during the final weekend's Tercentennial Show. George H.W. Bush '48 B.A. reminisced about his time in the Oval Office during the Alumni Leadership Convocation in April 2000; William J. Clinton '73 J.D. spoke during the final Tercentennial weekend as part of the "Democratic Vistas, Global Perspectives" symposium; and the current commander-in-chief, President George W. Bush '68 B.A., received an honorary degree during the 2001 Commencement exercises.


Gala Weekend Concludes University's Tercentennial

Yale at 300

Alumni Presidents

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Yale Experts Explore Interweaving Histories of Yale and U.S. in DeVane Series

Celebrating Yale's 300th Around the Nation and Around the World

Building Partnerships for a Stronger New Haven

Bush Sr. Recalls Challenges of the Oval Office

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Clinton: U.S. Will Prevail Against Terrorism

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