] By his senior year, Bush had found a port of refuge, a
] place where at least some of the outside world could be
] shut out. Skull and Bones was Yale's most elite secret
] society, priding itself on tapping 15 of the college's
] best and brightest in everything from academics to sports
] to music. Bush, by all accounts, was one of the "legacy"
] slots, a recruit whose father had been a Bonesman.
] In his Bones class was the head of the Whiffenpoofs, Yale's noted
] choral group; a Rhodes scholar; an Olympic gold medal swimmer;
] the black captain of the soccer team; and a Jordanian and an
] Orthodox Jew who would generate lively discussions about the
] Mideast just months after the Six-Day War between Israel and its
For anyone who's interested in more biographical information on our current president. Note: I am not implying that the "S&B" society is good or bad... Just passing along an interesting link.
Bush, and Yale's 'Skull & Bones' Secret Society