St. Louis native Malcolm Davis ’19 (policy management) is a Red Devils football player, tour guide, student interviewer and active volunteer who recently was nominated to represent Dickinson at the NCAA Division III Convention in Orlando, where he spoke during a forum on issues in the NCAA. Below, he discusses what drew him to Dickinson and why he chose a policy management major.
St. Louis, Missouri.
Clubs and organizations:
Dickinson Football, SAAC (Student Athletic Advisory Committee), Liberty Cap Society (tour guides), Student Interviewer, Be the Match, Project Share and Disciple Makers.
As I kid, I wanted to be …
… an NFL player. I assume that every kid who is into sports has a dream of making it to the league.
On choosing a major:
Public policy is a very crucial aspect in the world today. My major in policy management allows me to effectively analyze and create policy changes.
If I could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, it would be …
… Muhammad Ali, Serena Williams and Lebron James. These athletes have transformed the way that people view an athlete, and they each have done that in a unique way.
On choosing Dickinson:
The people on my visit at Dickinson separated themselves from the people at other colleges. Dickinson students are the best, and they have made my experience a great one.
Malcolm Davis '19 speaks during the NCAA Division III Issues Forum.
Dickinson in one sentence:
Dickinson has everything that you need; you just have to find it.
In a perfect world …
If you are able to focus on the good even in the worst situations, your world is already perfect.
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Published May 9, 2019