After getting out of class, students are on their way to the library to go study. Right before they reach the library, near the founders statue, they notice individuals holding signs saying "Ask me why I'm here", "Ask me about homelessness", and other questions alike. The signs look like they're made out of cardboard, almost as if they were picked up off the street. These individuals don't look like TCU students, but they also don't seem scary or dangerous. The students' curiosity is peaked as they get closer.
The students can't help but approach these individuals and ask them about their signs. They soon realize that this person is in fact homeless. They talk with Jane, and figure out that her son had been hit by a drunk driver a few years back. In order to take care of him, she had to give up her job because she couldn't afford to hire help. Sadly, she ended up losing her home in addition to her job, putting her and her son into a local homeless shelter where she still cares for him full-time.
More students begin to come up as they see the others joining the conversation. Amy is really glad that she got a chance to meet Jane because she realized that Jane wasn't a dangerous addict asking for money, even though she was homeless. She just wanted to be heard so that students didn't think she was a lazy addict. Maybe every homeless person isn't dangerous or to blame for their situation as much as I assumed, thought Amy.