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Bookmarked: Marissa Mayer One Year Later and “House of Cards” Makes History

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In case you hadn’t heard, the internet is pretty darn big, so we don’t always have the time to cover everything. Bookmarked compiles all the great things we are reading, seeing, Tweeting, and scrolling through to keep your finger right on the pulse (and make you sound impressive at your Friday happy hour) without all the leg work! So here we go:

Julie Larson-Green’s new position as the head of Xbox is a big step for women in tech. (Huffington Post Women)

Marissa Mayer, one year later at Yahoo. How’d she fare? (Washington Post)

Lea Michele speaks out for the first time since boyfriend and co-star Cory Monteith’s death from an overdose of heroin and alcohol. (New York Daily News)

Claire Danes covers the August issue of Vogue and talks about her famous “Homeland” character. (Vogue)

Why are there no female sources in the front pages of The New York Times? (Poynter)

Beauty guru and 13-year-old Talia Joy Castellano has sadly died of cancer. (StyleBistro)

Rolling Stone cover of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect stirs controversy and store boycotts. (Fox News)

Netflix series “House of Cards” makes history with its Emmy nominations. (CBS News)

First modeling agency devoted to girls of all sizes launches in N.Y.C. (Fashionista)

Trayvon Martin’s parents make a statement about the court’s verdict. (CNN)

The New York Times investigated Ivy League college women and hookup culture. (The New York Times)

Good news! Turns out women aren’t crazy! (GoodMenProject)

Share with us your thoughts on the week’s news in the comments and check out Bookmarked each week on Levo League!

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