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Yeah. If she wants to go to cosmetology school, she would need money to do that. But she won’t get that, since Ann will assume that it’s another needless, pricey thing Tiffany doesn’t need.
Human? More like an increasingly insufferable “friend” that Luann is getting exasperated with.
That’s why there are are bookkeepers and accountants to take care of the financial side.
For the same reason some young people are in college: because Mom/Dad wanted them to be there, not because they wanted to.
It just depends on what one is capable of and what one wants out of life.
Tiffany’s dad gave the school a huge endowment and therefore, demanded that Tiffany attend the school, even though she never really wanted to.
I think so, too. She probably doesn’t realize this, but by quitting Moony and going into what she really wants to do, she’s also declaring her independence from Dad. In that case, go Tiffany!
Although we enjoy being in academia, I think Greg Evans is showing, via Tiffany, that college isn’t for everyone. Although becoming a movie star is a long stretch for Tiffany (as it would be for most other people), being a professional make-up artist/entrepreneur is within her reach. Tiffany has never wanted to be in college and by her words in the last panel, she’s finally revealing her true feelings and acting on them. And for once, I support her.
Because it’s a conservative Mormon school. Why is that so surprising?
Just might be.