We asked a photographer to spend three days on campus and take a few thousand photographs of life at Mount Holyoke. Then we asked 10 students to look through a selection of those photographs and find images that spoke to them, that mattered to them, that felt meaningful in some way. And we asked them to tell us why. The result isn’t a complete, perfect portrait of Mount Holyoke. It’s 10 ways of thinking about the Mount Holyoke experience, brought to you by people who are serious about thinking, and experience, and results, on campus and in the world.