Identical Twins Graduate With Identical 4.0 Grade Point Averages

ariel and alissa 3Alissa and Ariel Barlow are identical twins who earned their bachelor’s degrees at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro. The twins are not only identical in appearance but had identical 4.0 grade point averages at the university. They were also co-valedictorians of their high school class in Richmond, Virginia.

Alissa Barlow earned her bachelor’s degree in economics. She participated in an internship with GE Capital while in college and this resulted in a job offer after graduation.

Ariel Barrow majored in marketing and sales. She held internships with Kraft Foods and 3M. She has accepted a job offer with General Mills.

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