One summer, instead of paying for expensive on-campus housing, Elizabeth Chang decided to live in her university library.
She would shower in her college gym, brush her teeth in the library bathroom, and then settle down on one of the couches at night.
This ritual probably would have gone on without incident, had it not been for the fact that one morning she had found a note in her shoe: ‘You were so beautiful while you slept. Call me.”
I hope you enjoy her essay as much as I do.
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