Karen will attempt to sit with Sean, not having anyone else in the group that she's really made friends with yet.
Rachel starts them off with two truths and a lie, which does elicit some groans from the rest of the group -- but she mixes it up in an interesting way. Rather than it being two truths and a lie, it's two truths, a lie, and a dream (something you wish to be true/something you plan to make true about yourself, but isn't yet true) -- and you can do any combination of 3 of those, which actually led to far more interesting and animated discussion about which things were which. Rachel's example is: "Plays basketball" (false), "owns a dog named ginger" (true), and "works out at the gym regularly" (dream). Of course, she still has them discuss/guess which is which. Once her turn was done, the RA tells them to introduce themselves with their name and major, and then, of course, the requisite three facts, true or dream or lie. (Rachel's major, she adds before they start to go around, is acting.)
The small scared boy's name is Elliot, and he's majoring as an actor. He seems to be very softspoken, and rather nervous talking about himself -- or possibly talking to a crowd in general. The most interesting fact about him is that apparently he grew up in Kentucky -- the other facts and dreams he had were rather straightforward, bland, and relatively obvious. He might have done better if he hadn't been so close to the beginning. He occasionally will speak up when they discuss facts about one another, but mostly continues to try and look small and keep to himself.
The standoffish girl, Zoe, is a art major, specializing in pottery, of all things. Her lie was that she'd been working on that piece of gum for a whole day -- it was actually two days. She told two other truths -- one that she changed her hairstyle and color every couple of weeks -- and that she'd dated 7 different boys before college.
The buff boy that the revealingly-dressed girl had been concentrating on had a dream, and two truths -- but his truth was that he was gay -- which he confirmed with a bit of a nod towards the girl, which made her turn a rather bright shade of red in embarrassment.
Her name turned out to be Valerie -- and she was majoring in art history, which she went on to describe as "probably super easy" and "was really here just because her daddy thought she should have a college experience, y'know?" She didn't really seem to care about the point of the game, apparently a little steamed at the buff boy showing her up like that -- she mostly ranted for a minute about how her daddy could buy and sell the whole college, and was richer than the rest of the other students here, before Rachel stepped in and suggested they move onto the next person.
Only one of the boys who had been hitting on Karen was a computer science major, interestingly enough -- the other was majoring in Architecture.
And then, after a couple more students, it was Sean's turn.