June 7, 2010
Before commencement day’s end, the Class of 2010 would hear many wise words of counsel on how to find a better way to do things, to seek the truth and to positively impact humanity. The day’s first, and perhaps most practical, lesson was more straightforward. Hydrate.
On a steamy Baltimore day that started in the 80s and crept into the 90s, President Ronald J. Daniels conferred degrees on 6,323 graduates at Johns Hopkins’ 134th universitywide commencement ceremony, held on May 27.