- A young social media user, a_coleman25, has celebrated as he earns a law degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law
- a_coleman25 who is set to graduate with the law degree on April 29 also has a degree in engineering
- He shared a photo to celebrate achieving his goal
A young social media user with the Twitter handle, a_coleman25, has headed online to celebrate as he prepares to graduate with a law degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law.
According to the young Black man, he set out a goal to earn his first degree in engineering and proceed to pursue a law degree after.
A_coleman25 proudly disclosed that he has been able to achieve his goals.
''In high school, I told anyone willing to listen that I was gonna get an engineering degree and then go to law school. Two weeks from today on April 29, I officially complete that goal as I graduate from the University of Mississippi School of Law,'' he said.
Impressed by his accomplishments, his followers headed to the comment section to celebrate him underneath the post.
Earlier, Briefly News reported that a truly brilliant South African graduate, Francis Tafadzwa Mayebe recently shared with a graduate success story page, Varsity World how grateful he was that he had bagged his LLB Degree with a Summa Cum Laude and 46 distinctions.
"Graduating (LLB) with Distinction - Summa Cum Laude with 46 Distinctions and 21 Academic Merit Awards has really taken me back to where it all started.
"l am so grateful to all that have supported me this far and mainly to God for all the blessings in life. l am excited for the for the future and most importantly to make a meaningful contribution to the bright future of our African Continent.
"As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same." - Madiba"-Francis Tafadzwa Mayebe, LLB-Summa Cum,the inspirational post reads.
In similar inspiring Briefly News, a brilliant Ghanaian young lady by the name Abena Boadi-Agyemang has won for herself a massive offer from Microsoft whilst studying for her BSc in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University.
In an inspirational narration sighted by Briefly News on the LinkedIn handle of Abena's sister, Akosua, it was indicated that she will graduate from the Stanford University School of Engineering in June 2021.
Simultaneously, she has also been accepted into multiple PhD programs and has accepted to attend Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute this fall. Moreover, Abena has, in addition, received an offer from the highly competitive Microsoft Research Internship Program for summer 2021.
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