Student Tour Guide
Dianna Tejada, class of 2015, takes full advantage of our liberal arts curriculum by majoring in Africana Studies and minoring in Gender Studies and Cognitive Neuroscience. This freedom to “explore all her interests” is what Dianna loves most about Mount Holyoke. Here, she observes, even if you are “not too good” at something, you can count on having people “cheering you on” and “waiting to help.” Dianna writes for both the Mount Holyoke News and the ULoop News, and has interned for the Massachusetts law firm Pellegrini, Seely, Ryan and Blakesley, P.C. In her free time, Dianna likes to write poetry, sing, read, and have fun with friends.