“College is about finding out who you actually are.” Jynx Boyne, a current senior in the Weldon School, has made great strides in learning about their self, their community, and the world. They initially joined BME with the intention of starting a non-profit clinic for amputees. Throughout their experiences at Purdue, Jynx has come to identify as gender neutral and has become an active member of the LGBTQ+ community. After having learned about the lack of healthcare support that this community faces, Jynx has expanded their idea to an all-purpose clinic specifically for disenfranchised populations. Through the BME curriculum, student leadership, extracurricular jobs, volunteer experience, study abroad, and undergraduate research, Jynx has exposed themselves to the sociology and the science behind LGBTQ+ healthcare challenges and grown this passion into an aspiration. Read more in our Student Spotlights.