Suyoun Choi ’24 is a junior majoring in Biology and potentially minoring in Psychology. He was born in Seoul, South Korea and raised in Beaverton, Oregon. His passions and hobbies include cancer biology research, swimming, cooking, eating, and playing the piano for fun. As a self-described grower and scientist, his curiosity drives both his exploration of the world of molecular biology and his dedication to open minded interactions with others as he searches for his path to help those around him be the happiest and healthiest versions of themselves.
Luke Lamberti '24 is a junior majoring in History and minoring in Spanish. He was raised in suburban Illinois. He's passionate about the Stanford co-op community, puzzles, the humanities, and fighting for a better world.
Evani Radiya-Dixit (she/they) is an artist and a scientist. She is pursuing a master’s in Sociology and completed her bachelor’s in Computer Science at Stanford. Her interests intersect with technology, accountability, and social justice. As a poet at heart, Evani sees art and meditation as ways of healing. In her spare time, you can find her dancing to some joyful jams, going on a marvelous morning run, or listening to a plethora of podcasts.
Kate Kingsley ’25 is a sophomore studying International Relations and Psychology, and minoring in TAPS: Dance. Born in NYC, Kate has seen it all and believes in unity in diversity (hence the major in IR and Psych — studying people across the world, but finding our commonalities). She has danced her entire life but recently got into yoga during her gap year when she spent 5 months living in Costa Rica. This summer she lived at an ashram in the alps and looks forward to applying her newfound knowledge of ancient Indian philosophy to teaching wellness techniques in our class. Between studying, dancing, and being a yogi, Kate spends the rest of her time laughing with children, giving warm hugs, cooking yummy food, and basking in the sunshine.
Gabriela Lipson '24 (She/ Her)
is a junior studying health psychology and vocal music. Gabriela believes in the capacity of the arts and music to guide empathy, embolden imaginations, uplift human narratives, and speak to aching hearts. Gabriela is very passionate about disability rights and environmental justice. As a student researcher in Dr. BJ Fogg's Stanford Behavior Design Lab, Gabriela is dedicated to leveraging design and technology to create a more compassionate, healthy, and just world. Additionally, Gabriela has been a yoga teacher for over five years and has taught weekly yoga classes to Stanford students. Gabriela hopes to shine a light on the experiences of non-traditional students at Stanford. Gabriela spent several years working as a communications officer and ideation coach before matriculating at Stanford, scripting and co-creating videos and stories about science, environmental conservation, and resilience. Gabriela hopes to pet every single dog living on Stanford's campus this year.