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Weekly Roundup

In Uncategorized on July 8, 2012 at 8:19 am

The world keeps turning, the links keep coming.

Roxane Gay notes Aaron Sorkin’s obsession with Ivy League schools, and wonders from whence it arises.

“The Mad Men era is a lot less sexy for today’s people of color and other minorities than it is for white men”: Cord Jefferson on Mad Men worship.

Rembert Browne on how Frank Ocean took ownership of his story.

Caitlin at Fit and Feminist considers the gender politics of grunting and women’s tennis.
Got no dough? You’re in good company with Emily Gallagher’s Summertime Playlist for the Financially Challenged.
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