The morning after the dire news of Lawrence shutting down last spring, a friend of mine told me that she had an idea. We walked to the Walgreens on College Avenue, where she led me to something I had not seen in years—a disposable camera. Carrying our cameras with us throughout our daily routines, we documented our last few days on campus together and vowed not to develop the film until next fall. The low quality, plastic device became a time capsule that I treasured for the next six months, waiting eagerly to unveil the photos that captured moments I had long forgotten about.