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Published:Wednesday | November 25, 2020 | 12:18 AM
Bachelor of Laws metaphorically in hand, David J. Bowes is currently enrolled at the Norman Manley Law School, where he is pursuing his Legal Education Certificate to become an attorney. Bowes plans to focus on social justice and commercial litigation and
Bachelor of Laws metaphorically in hand, David J. Bowes is currently enrolled at the Norman Manley Law School, where he is pursuing his Legal Education Certificate to become an attorney. Bowes plans to focus on social justice and commercial litigation and policy development.
Is there a saying about friends who graduate together? There should be. Soon-to-be graduates (from left): Kimberly Blackwood, who was awarded a Bachelor of Laws; Allison Williams, BSc in economics and banking and finance; and Latoya Robinson, BSc in accoun
Is there a saying about friends who graduate together? There should be. Soon-to-be graduates (from left): Kimberly Blackwood, who was awarded a Bachelor of Laws; Allison Williams, BSc in economics and banking and finance; and Latoya Robinson, BSc in accounting.
Latoya Robinson’s excitement is palpable as she takes photos on the grounds of The University of the West Indies, Mona campus. Robinson has earned a BSc in accounting.
Latoya Robinson’s excitement is palpable as she takes photos on the grounds of The University of the West Indies, Mona campus. Robinson has earned a BSc in accounting.
Come January, 21-year-old Nia Souden will graduate with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in management studies.
Come January, 21-year-old Nia Souden will graduate with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in management studies.
Nick Ranger is also saying goodbye to The University of the West Indies and hello to the Norman Manley Law School, where he is completing his Legal Education Certificate after being awarded a Bachelor of Laws.
Nick Ranger is also saying goodbye to The University of the West Indies and hello to the Norman Manley Law School, where he is completing his Legal Education Certificate after being awarded a Bachelor of Laws.
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The annual ceremonies may be postponed until January for graduates of The University of the West Indies, Mona campus, but portraits went on as planned. Photographs were taken inside the university’s Assembly Hall, which acted as the photo centre for thousands of graduates across several days. Scheduling ensured that they maintained physical distance while they completed a special part of the school-leaving exercise. Dressed in the customary white, the men were sharp and the women beautifully made up as they crossed a pivotal threshold. The virtual graduation is slated for 2021, on January 14 and 15, and will feature, prominently, portraits of the graduating cohort. Help us celebrate the Class of 2020 with these highlights.