Al Bubba Baker, 1972
National Football League Defensive Rookie of the Year. Entrepreneur.
Allen Garfield, 1957
Character actor in many films.
NBA Basketball player, Championship NBA Coach and Executive with Golden State Warriors
Arthur Brody, 1944
Benilde Little, 1977
Best-selling author of "Good Hair."
David Shapiro, 1964
Educator in Newark. Former Principal of South 17th Street School. Orange Board of Education.
Dennis Moe Layton, 1967
NBA Basketball Player. Star of Weequahic's "dream team" in 1967 - number 1 team in the nation.
Co-founder with his wife of the Valerie Fund.
Edwin C. Marshall, 1964
Former Dean and Vice President at Indiana University.
James Oliver Horton, 1959
History Professor Emeritus at George Washington University. Scholar in African-American History.
Janet Lippman Abu-Lughod, 1946
World Systems Theory and Urban Sociologist.
Jehuda Reinharz, 1963
Former President of Brandeis University.
Ken Dychtwald, 1967
Gerontologist and Author
Marquis Bo Porter, 1990
Manager of the Houston Astros Major League Baseball Team.
Martin Edelston, 1947
Bottom Line Magazine Publisher
Mort Lindsey, 1940
Bandleader for Judy Garland and Merv Griffin.
Muriel Fox, 1944
Co-founder of the National Organization of Women (NOW).
Nathan Weiss, 1944
Former President of Kean University.
Paul Tractenberg, 1956
Attorney, Education Advocate, Author of the Abbott Schools Legislation.
Sandra King, 1965
Emmy-winning NJTV News Program Host.
Sheila Oliver, 1970
First women to be elected Speaker of the New Jersey Assembly.
Sherry Ortner, 1958
Anthropologist. Wrote a sociological study on her Weequahic class of 1958.
Sid Dorfman, 1937
Award-winning sports journalist for the Newark Star-Ledger.
Steve Dinetz, 1965
A leader in communications and a philanthropist who has made major donations to the WHSAA through his Chancellor Foundation.
Susna Klein Bordo, 1964
Swede Masin, 1938
Considered to be one of Weequahic's greatest all-around athletes.
Victor Parsonnet, 1941
Pioneering cardiologist at Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark.
Vincent Herbert, 1988
Record Producer and Manager for Lady Gaga. Has reality TV show with wife, Tamar Braxton.
Warren Grover, 1955
Historian, Author of "Nazis in Newark," and co-founder of the Newark History Society.