蹤獲扦's 203rd Commencement took place on Sunday, May 26, 2024. Relive the highlights of the day in this slideshow, and for even more photos, check out our Flickr albums from and .

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Three student marshals lead a procession of students through a crowd during commencement.

Class marshals (left to right) Reeya Patel 24, a chemistry major from Ann Arbor, Mich., Lorett Alarcon Perez 24, a biology major from Englewood, Fla., and Mufaro Mazambani 24, a biology major from Harare, Zimbabwe lead the Commencement procession.

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Collage of images showing students and faculty processing during Commencement and the audience cheering them on.
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President Elliott congratulates Kathy Xing '24, left, a computer science and mathematics major from San Jose, Ca., and Lorett Alarcon Perez a biology major from Englewood, Florida.

President Elliott congratulates Kathy Xing 24, left, a computer science and mathematics major from San Jose, Calif., and Lorett Alarcon Perez 24, a biology major from Englewood, Fla.

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Taha Zafar Ahmad '24 speaking at Commencement.

Taha Zafar Ahmad 24, a chemistry major from Philadelphia, Pa., was chosen by his classmates to serve as senior speaker.

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Jeanne Winand Herdocia and Jordan Trice '24.

Swift Moore Teaching Award winner Jeanne Winand Herdocia (a high school English teacher) and Jordan Trice 24 (who nominated Herdocia), an English and sexuality, women's and gender studies double major from Tampa, Fla., celebrate the moment.

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Dawn McRoberts Strauss and Anayah Scott '24.

Latin teacher Dawn McRoberts Strauss was nominated for a Swift Moore Teaching Award by Anayah Scott '24, a German and neuroscience double major from Chicago, Ill.

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Julie Filliez Werren and Hannah Elizabeth Gariepy '24

Hannah Elizabeth Gariepy 24, a mathematics major from Canton, Ohio, nominated Julie Filliez Werren, her high school French teacher, for a Swift Moore Teaching Award.

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John E. Kirkpatrick '51.

John E. Kirkpatrick 51 received the Medal for Eminent Service, established in 1934 to recognize exceptional service to the College over a great period of time.

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Honorary Degree Recipients (clockwise from top left): Ingrid Daubechies, Lauren Groff '01, Elaine H. Kim, Junius W. Williams '65 Esq., Jason Moran, and Alexis Massol Gonzalez

Honorary Degree Recipients (clockwise from top left): Ingrid Daubechies, Lauren Groff 01, Elaine H. Kim, Junius W. Williams 65 Esq., Jason Moran, and Alexis Massol Gonz獺lez.

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Students in graduation regalia stand and applaud during the ceremony.
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President Michael Elliott addresses the audience at Commencement.

President Michael A. Elliott delivers the Commencement address at 蹤獲扦 on May 26, 2024.

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Three graduating seniors listen during the Commencement ceremony at 蹤獲扦..

Left to right: Mufaro Mazambani 24, a biology major and class marshal from Harare, Zimbabwe; Taha Zafar Ahmad 24, a chemistry major and the senior class speaker from Philadelphia, Pa.; and Brooke Chester Alexander 24, a mathematics major from Columbus, Ohio.

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Abadai Zoboi '24

Abadai Zoboi 24, a Black studies major from Maplewood, N.J., celebrates the moment.

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A collage of imags shoring students crossing the stage to receive their diplomas.
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Student toss their graduation caps iat the conclusion of the ceremony.

Students mark the end of the ceremony with a celebratory toss of their graduation caps.

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A family poses together with their 蹤獲扦 graduate.

Hamza Shemsu 24, a computer science major from Cambridge, Mass., with his family.

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A family poses with their 蹤獲扦 graduate.

Francelia Walsh-Despeignes 24, a Black studies and education studies double major from Brooklyn, N.Y., celebrates with her family.

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Uelese Gregorio Patu poses with his family.

Uelese Gregorio Tedtaotao Balabagno Patu 24, a biology major from Kapolei, Hawaii, poses with his family. Uelese is wearing a Samoan ceremonial headdress called a tuiga.

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A graduate holding flowers poses with her family.

Jihyun Paik 24, a film and media studies and art and the history of art double major from Wayne, N.J. and Seoul, Re蹤獲扦 of Korea, celebrates with her family.

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A graduate poses with her family.

Caitlin Annabelle Hoffman 24, a biochemistry and biophysics and economics double major from Severna Park, Md., poses with her family.

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Two graduates pose together in celebration.

Left to right: Maxim Alexander Melnichuk-Litvak 24, a neuroscience major from Demarest, N.J., and Ry Bleckel 24, a physics major from Waimea, Hawaii. The friendly shaka sign they are making is associated with Hawaiian culture and expresses friendship, gratitude, goodwill, encouragement and unity.