Ariel Davis, the daughter of Cliff and Acenet Davis of Cuero, decided that she wanted to pursue something other than what others expected in order to be successful.
Davis said, “I wanted to be able to do something where I can express creativity everyday, something hands on and not so by the book.”
Davis, 22, graduated from Cuero High School in 2010 and like many students, thought college was the right course to take in order to be successful. She started to major in family child development, then changed her major to art history, then history.
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