Shania looked at the woman she had never seen before, but who had clearly known who she was. “Can’t even keep the guests at the party. Jeffrey was right, you are lame.”

“I’m sorry, who are you, coming into here and running your mouth?” Shania asked. “Were you even invited?”

“Sage invited me. My boyfriend.” She smirked as the realization made it’s way onto Shania’s face. “That guy you don’t leave alone, you know?”

“Listen,” Shania began. “I don’t know what you think is going on between us but Sage literally only drove me to class. That’s it. He’s my RA.” She was tired, so tired of hearing about this Sam girl. Shania used to have so much fun talking to Sage and joking around. Now, he wouldn’t even talk to her. She didn’t talk to him either. All thanks to Sam. 

“That’s all it’s ever going to be,” Sam said. “I’m on the board of Sim Valley’s Sorority and-”

“I don’t care,” Shania said sharply. “What does you being in a sorority have to do with anything?  If you’re here to be with Sage, then be with him and leave me alone. I’m just trying to move around my OWN dorm.”