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In the Media | 08.25.19

Graduate and Professor Interviewed on CTV News Vancouver

Alyson Jones, M.A. ’96, an Adler University alumna, adjunct professor, and therapist in Vancouver, shared her professional insight with CTV News Vancouver when co-anchor Jason Pires met his “name twin.”

A name twin is when someone shares your first and last name. Jason Pires met another Vancouver resident named Jason Pires at a restaurant, and the two discussed their potential similarities.

“We’re always curious about, how has that name has shaped other people?” said Jones. “Who are they out in the world? And is there any similarity or connection between us?”

Watch the full CTV News segment, “Jason Pires meets his ‘name twin.’”

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