Meet Makenzie Davis!
She is the 2017-2018 Guest Columnist Editor and Social Media Team Leader for clay Magazine. Born in the deep south of Louisiana, this senior is a seventh-year TPSer. One of Makenzie’s favorite classes from her time with TPS was College Psychology. She thoroughly enjoyed studying the human mind via in-class discussions and fondly remembers the bond she formed with her teacher, Dr. Rathmell. Makenzie has had an interest in nursing as long as she can remember and plans to go to the University of Louisiana in Lafayette next year to major in nursing. Although she’s only eighteen, this oldest of five proudly describes herself as an “old soul.” She loves antiquing because each piece comes with its own unique story. Makenzie treasures family heirlooms and little curiosities. Out of all her relics, Makenzie’s record collection, her grandfather’s senior jacket, high school ID bracelet, and camera collection mean the most to her. She also has a passion for old music, especially bops from the 1960s. Though she listens to a plethora of artists, Makenzie particularly favors the Beatles and Elvis Presley. Besides antiquing, Makenzie also dances, plays piano, sews, and rides horses. Makenzie remembers being given the nickname “Mak” by her kindergarten teacher. Ever since that day, Makenzie’s friends have stuck pieces of cheese in her hand at random occasions, calling her “Mak ‘n’ cheese.”
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