Jordan Kingsley plans to experience the Australian Outback when he finishes his degree in psychology. Until then, he spends his time studying in class on NW Campus and working as an indoor soccer referee.
Fellow students might think they’re seeing in double vision when he meets with his identical twin brother John in between classes.
Kingsley described his brother as having the funnier personality of the pair and himself as having the “smarts.” They often say the same thing at the same time and are known to finish each other’s sentences.
As children, the brothers switched kindergarten classes without anyone noticing but got tired of being called the opposite name and went back to their proper classrooms.
“It’s like having a best friend all the time,” Kingsley said.