It is a warm spring day, and the campus has been carefully manicured to look its best. Families stroll the grounds, visibly filled with a mixture of pride, happiness, and perhaps relief that this day has finally come. Their graduating daughters and sons meet the day with mixed emotions as well. They, too, are proud to have finally arrived at this turning point in life, but they are apprehensive about the prospect of leaving the familiar, supportive community in which they have lived for four years. Perhaps they are anxious about the future, or eager to get on with it, or some combination of both. It is, for everyone concerned, one of those few moments in life in which something important changes. A milestone is passed, a fork in the road is taken, a passage is completed, a page is turned. What would graduation day be without clichés?