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Ashley Lynch, a BBCHS graduate, painted each bone of the skull in separate colors that helped the U of I College of Veterinary Medicine students distinguish what they see in a textbook, and it helped them make sense of the professor's lecture in the class.
BBCHS grad creates colorful veterinary tool

Chris Breach
cbreach@daily-journal.com

Ashley Lynch doesn't consider herself an artist, but it was her creative flair that became a groundbreaking learning tool at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine.

Lynch, a 2007 graduate of Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School, has been working at the College of Veterinary Medicine since 2012. A couple of years ago, during one of the anatomy lab courses for first-year veterinary students she teaches, a student wrote "I hate anatomy" with an indelible marker in frustration on the zygomatic arch of a canine skull used in the class.

Chris Breach
cbreach@daily-journal.com

Ashley Lynch doesn't consider herself an artist, but it was her creative flair that became a groundbreaking learning tool at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine.

Lynch, a 2007 graduate of Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School, has been working at the College of Veterinary Medicine since 2012. A couple of years ago, during one of the anatomy lab courses for first-year veterinary students she teaches, a student wrote "I hate anatomy" with an indelible marker in frustration on the zygomatic arch of a canine skull used in the class.

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