Chloe Noor Khosrowshahi

Thrive Global Editorial Intern

Chloe Noor Khosrowshahi is a Thrive Global Editorial Intern and the Campus Editor-at-Large for Brown University. She is originally from Sun Valley, Idaho, but currently calls Los Angeles her home when she is not at school. Her favorite subjects at Brown are Gender and Sexuality Studies and International Relations. Outside of the classroom, Chloe loves producing films with Brown Motion Pictures and helping run the Ivy Film Festival, alongside working at a student-run coffee shop, practicing meditation, and obsessively watching Schitt’s Creek in her spare time.
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Wisdom//

Exactly How to Lead Meetings That Motivate

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Wisdom//

Empathy Is a Superpower in the Workplace — Here’s How to Use It Right

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The Surprising Way Mindfulness Can Help Your Team Succeed

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Try This Now: Take a Break for “Productive Distraction”

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Well-Being//

The Surprising Downside of Achieving Your Goals

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Thrive on Campus//

Five Ways to Practice Self-Care in College

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Thrive on Campus//

New Research Shows Teens Are More Anxious Than Ever. Here’s What They Want Us to Know.

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Thrive on Campus//

Winter Break Blues: How Going Home For the Holidays Shifted My Way of Thinking

by Chloe Noor Khosrowshahi
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Thrive on Campus//

Academia’s Problematic “Culture of Struggling”

by Chloe Noor Khosrowshahi
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College Impostor Syndrome

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