WILLIAMSTOWN -- Williams College President Adam F. Falk conferred bachelor of arts degrees on local graduates at the college's 224th Commencement.
Nathaniel Heatherington Finan, Son of Keith Finan and Laurie Heatherington, Psychology
Heatherington played varsity soccer and was named Second Team All-American and Second Team All-NESCAC. He also served on the Student Athletic Advisory Committee and as a TeamEph Orientation leader.
Jenay Elise Haskins, Daughter of Julieann and Steven Haskins,
Classics and Psychology
Haskins served as a leader of the Rape and Sexual Assault Network, head Baxter Fellow of Dodd Neighborhood, and office assistant in both the offices of alumni relations and admission.
Kimberly Marie Holachek,
Psychology and Women's, Gender,
and Sexuality studies
Ian McKee Nesbitt, Son of Beth and Dick Nesbitt, Honors Geosciences.
Nesbitt was elected to the scientific honor society Sigma Xi and was a Class of 1960 Scholar in Geosciences. He was a member of the Nordic ski and cycling teams and an administrator of Williams Students Online. He won an NCAA All-Academic and NESCAC All-Academic Award.
James David Nolan, Son of Jim and Cathy Nolan, Magna Cum Laude, Philosophy.
Nolan was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and chosen to be the Phi Beta Kappa speaker at Commencement.
He was also the recipient of the Muriel B. Rose Prize.
Cary DeForest White, Son of Robert and Kaatje White, American Studies.
White served as a junior advisor and participated in rugby.