"I am very excited. I'm anxious. Most of all I think I'm relieved that it's finally over," said Dillon Ward as he wedged himself between fellow neuroscience majors. Sporting a Johns Hopkins emblazoned poncho over commencement regalia in preparation for the rainy procession to Homewood Field, Ward finally, decisively said: "I'm excited, mostly excited!" Chatter lingered throughout Remsen Hall as the soon-to-be Johns Hopkins University graduates took their numbered cards and continued to file in line, laughing, some admittedly too tired to function after a hectic senior week, a remarkable memory for many. But what was the hardest part of saying goodbye? All agreed: the people they'd met along the way.