Notable Alumni

Bob Dorough ('49)
Deceased 1923-2018

Jazz musician, composer and music director of Schoolhouse Rock; wrote and performed "Conjunction Junction," "Three is a Magic Number" and other well-known songs in the series.

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Lance Dunbar

Former running back for the Dallas Renegades of the XFL; former running back for the Dallas Cowboys (2012-2017) and the Los Angeles Rams (2017)

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George Dunham
George Dunham ('88)

Host of the top-rated radio show "The Musers," a two-time finalist for National Major Market Personalities of the Year from the National Association of Broadcasters, and the voice of Mean Green athletics from 1990 to 2015

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Lanessa Elrod
Lanessa Elrod ('96)
President and CEO of Louis Vuitton Americas Zone
Ron English ('84)

Pop artist whose work has been used by the Barack Obama presidential campaign, billboards and "The Simpsons"

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Michael Faircloth
Michael Faircloth ('83)

Fashion designer; designer to former First Lady Laura Bush

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Mark Followill ('20)

Dallas Mavericks broadcaster who has won a Lone Star Emmy Award and covered the 2016 Olympics

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O'Neil Ford
Deceased 1905-1982

Influential architect in Texas vernacular; designer of the Tower of the Americas in San Antonio and the Little-Chapel-in-the-Woods at Texas Woman's University

Steve Fromholz
Deceased 1945-2014

Singer-songwriter whose songs were recorded by Willie Nelson and Lyle Lovett; 2007 Texas Poet Lauraute

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Bobby Fuller
Deceased 1942-1966

Late singer of "I Fought the Law;" inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame

Kerry Gammill

Cartoonist; created Superman, Indiana Jones and ROM comic strips

Eliseo Garcia
Eliseo Garcia ('73)

Sculptor; 2009 Texas State 3-D artist

Jesús Garcia
Jesús Garcia ('99)

Tony Award-winning opera singer; appeared in La Bohème

Domingo Garcia
Domingo Garcia ('80)

President of national LULAC and former Texas state representative (1996-2002)

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Phyllis George
Phyllis George ('70)
Deceased 1949-2020

Miss America 1971; broadcaster with NFL Today; entrepreneur

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"Mean" Joe Greene
Joe Greene

NFL Hall of Famer and defensive lineman for the five-time Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s (played on team from 1969-1981)

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Frank Greene

Trumpet player; played on Late Show with David Letterman

Jalen Guyton
Jalen Guyton
Wide receiver for the Los Angeles Chargers
Billy Harper
Billy Harper ('65)

Saxophonist who was the first Black member of the One O'Clock Lab Band and has played with jazz greats

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G. Harvey ('56)
Deceased 1933-2017

Popular oil painter and sculptor specializing in Southwestern art

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