Bryan was there. Bryan wore an earring in his left ear – she didn’t know if that meant he was gay or not. It didn’t really matter, because he sort of acted a little effeminate, at least to her. Her brother would come right out and call him gay.
Bryan smiled at her and went to help someone. Because she was still a freshman, she technically wasn’t allowed to work-study, but they needed people to babysit the computers during the day so people wouldn’t walk off with them. She had laughed when Sabile, the manager, told her that, but Sabile gave her a look and told her, “It’s happened.”
She got out her books and started reading the chapter on American Literature.