Strict COVID measures were in place at this year's graduation photo sessions at The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, disallowing extra company, including close family and friends. But for 22-year-old David-Asher, Jon-Michael and Marc-Anthony Davis, they were able to share the experience and milestone together as a family and best friends because they are triplets.
David-Asher now holds a bachelor of science in political science; Marc-Anthony, a bachelor of basic medical science (BBMS) in anatomy; and Jon-Michael, a bachelor of science in accounting.
“I am very pleased with this feat, and I'm very grateful and thankful to my parents who made sure that I was able to get an education,” David-Asher told The Gleaner. “It's an amazing feeling to have completed this degree, especially alongside my brothers.”
His pursuit of political science was inspired by his love for reading and writing and his desire to use those skills to become a transformational leader. He sees himself pursuing a graduate programme in the future in human resources management or public administration.
David-Asher is also interested in changing the local political landscape, which he labelled partisan.
Article & Photo from: The Gleaner