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LINKS WE LOVE 1.24.2010

Readings for class got you down? Check out Her Campus’ reading list—we promise it will be better than the majority of the syllabi you got this week!

  1. Finally, something positive about working women and their relationship with men! [New York Times]
  2. Kathleen Corlett recommended this to all of the HC readers and it’s probably my favorite sustainable idea. “So innovative, so fresh, and so green!” she says of London’s grocery store that uses zero packaging. [Good Blog]
  3. For those of you who aren’t American Idol fans…or just want to see this again, check out this video of the next William Hung. [YouTube]
  4. Gennifer Delman makes sure you’re all aware of some good publicity for the magazine industry! Magazine companies are stepping up and donating to Haiti (like we all should be!) [Folio]
  5. Check out Freeze Magazine’s Mr. Harvard Freshman contest! Vote for who you think deserves this honor (you don’t have to be from Harvard to judge this online “beauty” contest). [Freeze College Mag]
  6. Do you talk in your sleep? Scott Rosenfeld has a hilarious blog for you to read. Scott believes the blogger can see into his soul while he sleeps. [Sleep Talkin Man]
  7. Even if you haven’t been staying up to watch Conan and Jay in the late night battle you can enjoy the highlights of the witty monologues from their supporters. [Time]
  8. My hotel student friend called this article to my attention: Burger King is thinking outside of the box with their latest venture, a Whopper Bar! [CNN]
  9. “I love this article because it shows the empowerment of female athletes, and what it means to be a team member,” says Victoria Guerrera. “I also love how Glamour portrays their feminine sides with fashion.” [Glamour]
  10. Ending on a funny note: the most painfully obvious newspaper articles ever. [11 Points]
Cara Sprunk has been the Managing Editor of Her Campus since fall 2009. She is a 2010 graduate of Cornell University where she majored in American Studies with a concentration in cultural studies. At Cornell Cara served as the Assistant Editor of Red Letter Daze, the weekend supplement to the Cornell Daily Sun where she also wrote for the news and arts section and blogged about pop culture. In her free time Cara enjoys reading, shopping, going to the movies, exploring and writing.  
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