We know that you’re probably short on time, which is why we’ve launched a new column called “The Internet Roundup.” Every week, we’ll let you know what articles we think are worth reading, the best tweets, and more. We think this collection will help you stay updated and impress people at your Friday Happy Hour, all without putting in a bunch of effort! So here we go:
With Sheryl Sandberg admitting that she cries at work, is it now more socially acceptable to cry in the workplace? Read what Business Insider has to say on the topic.
In the words of Matthew McConaughey in Dazed & Confused, “Alright, alright.” Women angel investors are at an all-time high! Meghan Casserly has the scoop. (Forbes)
Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon was recently arrested—but will her career be able to make a comeback? (MTV.com)
The Washington Post has something to say about the Politico article that’s been making its rounds. Was the article accurate, or was it just sexist?
The Boston Marathon bombers had plans to target Times Square next, as if the original devastation wasn’t enough, according to The New York Times.
This week, magazines are asking us to both hate and adore Gwyneth Paltrow as she topped Star’s Most Hated Celebrities Poll and took home the coveted People’s Most Beautiful Person title. Is anyone else confused?
Stereotypes about marriage from a bad 1980s sitcom were brought back to light this week by The Wall Street Journal in an interesting article. The Wall Street Journal says that men need sex regularly and it is the woman’s fault if this isn’t happening. Emma Gray of HuffPo Women critiqued this article, which she found to be very black-and-white in its perspective. (Huffington Post Women)
Following a tough week, Boston retailers are open for business once again. (Fashionista)
The sorority girl who wrote the crude letter to her sisters has resigned, but there’s no need to feel too bad for her. I’m certain she will have a reality show by fall (Fox News).
We’re not sure we’re ready for side butt, but it looks like it might be the next big fashion trend. (The Cut)