It was outright silly for her to be so worried about interacting with others, especially with someone so harmless looking as Clara. Then again, Cricket knew nothing about her; for all she knew she was someone quite difficult to get along with. From the outside she appeared kind enough, though, so she should've had some security there. But her anxiety was a bit extreme sometimes, so her heart rate was rising exponentially as she stepped into the student center. There was a reason she only interacted with her family, after all.
It didn't take her long to find the room they agreed to meet in. And she'd already prepared what she was going to say, how she was going to answer these stupid interview questions. It was surprising that their professor assigned it so late in the semester, as it seemed quite an introductory thing, but she supposed it was some kind of social experiment. It made sense. She just didn't want to participate whatsoever. It was nothing against her classmates, just... you get it.
So she waited there, a bit too early in some effort to be endlessly polite, while she toyed around with her phone. She played a silly game on it until she heard the door open, in which case she automatically turned bright red and set her face down on the table in front of her.
"Hey," she said, voice not exactly meek, but certainly dull.