Congratulations to our Class of 2023E!

On a snowy December 11, students celebrated the culmination of their years at Amherst at a ceremony in Johnson Chapel followed by a reception in the Science Center.

Amherst College 2023E Celebration

Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022

The class of 2023E celebrated the culmination of their years at Amherst College. The ceremony in included remarks by Michael A. Elliott ’92, President of Amherst College, the reading of the names of the class of 2023E, and the distribution of the Conway Canes.

President Elliott speaking to the early graduates inside Johnson Chapel.

2023E Celebration

Photos of the 2023E ceremony in Johnson Chapel and the reception that followed in the Science Center.

Amherst College 2023E Graduates

  • Dena Ahmed
  • Ugo Asonye
  • Andrew Barkidjija
  • Lauren Bell
  • Alexis Chavez-Salinas
  • Grace Yirae Cho
  • Spencer Charles Davis
  • Luis Xavier de Pablo de Luis de Pablo
  • Owen Deignan
  • Nicholas Mario DiPrinzio
  • Isabelle Doerre Torres
  • Adam Eike
  • Ali Farinas
  • David Formica
  • Sage Geyer
  • Nicholas Govus
  • Natalie Whitman Hobbs
  • Brooke Hoffman
  • Aaron Jones
  • Alexa Lynn Juarez
  • Sophia Kaplan
  • Sen Kenneally
  • Edmund Kennedy
  • Conor Kennelly
  • Ashley Kim
  • Noah Kim
  • Benjamin Kissinger
  • Jett Knight
  • Max Kurke
  • Sunghoon Kwak
  • Miranda Law
  • Andrew Leung
  • Sunny Lin
  • Eleanor Keen Lundberg
  • Emanuel Malone
  • Cameron Matsui
  • Carolyn Mavretish
  • Flynn McGilvray
  • Charlie McKissick
  • Benjamin McMaster
  • Austin McNab
  • Zachary Milenovich
  • Jake Mueller
  • Grayson Mugford
  • Gerardo Orellana
  • Chad Peterson
  • Mase C.R. Peterson
  • Alison Inez Poussaint
  • Mary Prather
  • Noah Robinson
  • Ramses Mario Rubio Tunon
  • John Schiano
  • Matthew Schiano
  • Alexander Kourosh Shahmirzadi
  • Logan Shooster
  • Michael Slattery
  • Emma Spencer
  • Charlie Sutherby
  • Renz Marcus Toledo
  • Helena Treiber
  • Colin Weinstein
  • Bernie White
  • Beth Williamson
  • John Derek Woodward
  • David Xu

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I participate in the 2023E Celebration and the May 2023 Commencement?

Each Amherst College graduate can participate in one commencement ceremony, so if a 2023E participated in the May 2022 Commencement ceremony they are eligible to participate in the 2023E Celebration in December but not the May 2023 Commencement. If a 2023E participates in the 2023E Celebration and has never participated in a May Commencement ceremony they are eligible to participate in the May 2023 Commencement. For more information, please read the Policy on Walking in Commencement and contact the Registrar's Office at

Five people posting in front of an Amherst College backdrop

E Graduation Archive

Find videos, photos, and more from past E celebrations.

Information for 2023E Graduates

All future student Commencement communications will be sent by e-mail to the Amherst College e-mail address account associated with the E graduate, even though the Es may have left campus. We ask that the Es continue to check their e-mail for upcoming events for the class, including:

  • Swift Moore Teaching Award Nominations
  • Online nominations for student speaker and Honorary Class Members
  • Attendance and regalia information
  • Senior Speak-Off
  • Senior Assembly and Senior Dinner
  • Commencement rehearsal

The Registrar's Office reminds students that their U.S. Postal address should be kept up to date. During the academic year, the address of the student and their families can be updated by visiting ACData, e-mailing the Registrar's Office or by calling them at (413) 542-2226. After May, addresses should be updated by e-mailing the Alumni Office or by calling them at (413) 542-2313.


If there are any questions on any Commencement events, please e-mail the Office of Conferences & Special Events.