Stella Stephanopoulos

Thrive Global Campus Editor-at-Large from Washington University in St. Louis

Stella Stephanopoulos is a junior at Washington University in St. Louis pursuing a major in Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology and a double minor in Creative Writing and Organization & Strategic Management. As a New York City native, Stella is passionate about traveling, food, writing, and yoga. She also is a content contributor for The Power Thread, a social media platform that encourages female empowerment through creative story-telling. At WashU, Stella is a member of a co-educational professional business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi. Additionally, she is a writer for Simple Syrup, a food and culture magazine, and a campus interviewer for prospective students.
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Job Crafting: Tools to Find Meaning in One’s College Experience

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Finding Comfort in Discomfort

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“This Too Shall Pass”

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Why We Should Start 2019 With Self-Compassion

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We Should Nama-stay Aware: The Portrayal of Yoga in the West

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The Power of Positivity

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