Welcome to the beginning of the week! Here are some links to help you get started:
NPR investigates the very real and increasingly used language the internet has given to dogs. From words like doggos and pupper, this language is one that as more and more people are using it, the more curious it becomes. Here they investigate how it came to be and where it could be going.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Renee Elise Goldsberry, better known as Angelica Schuyler from the musical Hamilton, is now Henrietta Lacks in the movie about her life. Premiering on HBO, the movie stars Oprah and Goldsberry, showing the short life of Henrietta and the subsequent science discoveries that came from the HeLa cells. Here, the Ringer explores what this means for Henrietta and her family.
The Return of Lorde
The New York Times interviews Lorde on her second album, Melodrama. This insightful article about Lorde takes us farther into the depths of her mind, on the verge of dropping one of the most anticipated albums of 2017.