Talking to Titans: A Q&A With Austin Davis

While asking students a few questions about themselves, Davis expresses his values in life

Shelbie Gray and Kristin Taylor

  This is a new section of the online newspaper where we ask a student a series of questions to get to know them. This month, junior Austin Davis was the feature of this Q&A. Davis has gone to WSH for all three years of his high school career and is planning on staying for his fourth year as well.

Q: What’s your favorite thing about the school?

  A: “My favorite thing about the school is definitely the teachers, they’re unique in their own way.”

Q: What are some things you think the school could work on to make it better?

  A: “Controlling the student body. They tend to be filthy and irresponsible.”

Q: What do you like to do in your free time?

  A: “In my free time, I love reading.”

Q: If it is a sunny day, what are you doing?

  A: “If it is a sunny day, I’m usually jogging around with my family.”

Q: If it is a rainy day, what are you doing?

  A: “If it’s a rainy day, then I’m usually inside playing board games with my family. Favorite board game as of right now is Clue.”

Q: Who is the one person you would go to for anything?

  A: “Definitely my dad, he’s been with me the most and knows so much about me.”

Q: What is the most important thing in your life?

  A: “The most important thing in my life is definitely my friends, they mean the world to me.”

Q: What is something that you love about our world?

  A: “I love the way we work with what we got. We might be given some things, but we always turn to the right corner and figure it out.”

Q: What do you think needs to change in our world?

  A: “I’m not really a politics guy, but I definitely think politics are an issue among us.”