That would be my guess.
I’m just wondering where the adults are in all this. Student presidents don’t just do what they want. There should be a teacher involved in it somewhere.
Hopefully Nancy will look in her purse before she leaves.
“Rudy can’t answer the phone, he’s under a bus right now…”
Really doubt the dorm allows pets.
Plus, as someone pointed out, pets can be expensive. If she can’t afford her rent she sure as heck can’t afford food, litter, and vet bills.
And I can’t see Tiffany scooping out a cat box every day and dealing with hairballs and cat barf.
Wouldn’t he have to submit that to whatever instructor is running the school paper website first?
She’s still broke, but now she’s bleeding, too.
All they need to do is sit her down and hand her the list of responsibilities she’ll have now as President. That should bring her down pretty quickly.
Get a better job – I can’t imagine that waitressing part time at the Fuse pays much of anything.
And maybe this is where Tiffany learns that she actually has to TRY and not just coast along thinking success will be handed to her because she’s pretty.
Don’t worry, Dean, she’ll get the message when she finds out what she’s actually going to have to do as Class President.
“Hey, Heart, don’t forget you have to run the Student Council meeting tonight and set up the elections for council offices. You also have to put together and chair the committee for the Homecoming dance. Oh, and we’ve got Spirit Week next week so you have to get the posters and banners made for that. And don’t forget the address you have to give at the student assembly in two weeks.”
Apparently nobody has explained to Heart exactly what a class president does.