Coterminal M.A. Students
Cameron Adams is a coterm student pursuing a Bachelors's in Political Science – with minors in French Language and Data Science – and a Master’s in Digital Media Communication Studies. In their free time, Cameron enjoys watching movies, going to parks, and traveling to new places!
Caitie Baird is a master's student pursuing a degree along the Media Studies track. She graduated from undergrad with a degree in Human Biology and hopes to pursue a career in sports media. Caitie is also on the women's volleyball team and is interested in the medias impact on mental health and relationships.
Chloe Chow is a Media Studies student interested in exploring the intersection of journalism, performance, and archival work in her research of documentary theater and Asian American theater history. She received her B.A.H. in Theater & Performance Studies with a dual minor in Asian American Studies and Communication in 2023 while serving as the Artistic Director of the Asian American Theater Project for two years. She is invested in the education and growth of the Asian American theater community and seeks to generate performance art that empowers collective liberation and creation without borders. Her projects challenge the definition of theater through site specificity, digital media, and deconstruction of space.
Tanner Christensen is a rising senior at Stanford pursuing a joint master's in communication and bachelor's in psychology. Outside of academics, he is on the Stanford Cheer Team, loves to dance, and keeps a bullet journal.
Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, Henry is majoring in economics and philosophy, recently wrote an honors thesis through the Ethics in Society program, and is pursuing a Media Studies coterm (focused on the emerging Independent Content Creator economy) under the direction of Prof. Jay Hamilton. On campus Henry is president of the sketch comedy group, a tour guide, and aspiring DJ. Professionally, Henry has work experience in public policy, venture capital, and private equity, and hopes to combine these experiences with his passion for satire and journalism.
Kaitlyn Lim was an STS undergrad and concentrated in Communications and Media. Kaitlin is on the softball team and hopes they can make it back to the Women’s College World Series this year. She is from Irvine, California and some of her hobbies include: going to the beach, enjoying boba, watching sunsets, and spending time outdoors.
Camryn Pak is a master’s student at Stanford University, where she recently completed her bachelor’s degree in American Studies with an emphasis in inequality and the law. Her professional experiences range from reporting gigs at the San Francisco Chronicle and the Orange County Register to working on federal voting rights litigation at the U.S. Department of Justice. Most recently, she spearheaded a data-driven investigative reporting project at Big Local News. While she was an undergraduate, Camryn served as a two-time news managing editor for The Stanford Daily. Her academic interests are primarily rooted in understanding how the media industry impacts civic engagement.