Hina Walajahi is double majoring in Public Health and Middle Eastern Studies, and is a proud student of the SAS Honors Program, where she is an Honors Ambassador and blog writer. She is an active member of the Rutgers United Nations club, where she and other socially conscious members strive to inform the Rutgers community of various global issues. Hina recently embarked on a trip to San Francisco with Rutgers Alternative Breaks to volunteer for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Larkin Street Organization for Homeless Youth. In the summer of 2015 she will be an intern at Mission House Clinic, a non-profit organization that provides immediate medical care to patients who are homeless and/or uninsured. She constantly strives to take a comprehensive approach to medicine, and hopes to obtain a dual MD/MBA degree in the future where she can venture into the world of health administration and policymaking. In her free time, Hina enjoys reading, running, and climbing at the wonderful Rock Wall on College Ave.