Coronavirus-Related News & Resources
- The Atlantic looked at how the pandemic will affect oh-so-popular open-plan designs.
- The Washington Post shared a list of readers’ frequently asked questions about COVID-19.
- Fast Company talked to six female executives about the lifestyle changes they’ll keep post-pandemic.
- Politico talked to economist Betsey Stevenson, who commented that the economic toll of today’s childcare problems will be felt for 20–30 years.
In Other News…
- Bust explained the origins of #MedBikini.
- Fashionista highlighted Geenie, a new e-commerce site that connects shoppers with indie beauty brands that fit their values.
- International Business Times reported on a study that found that harmful chemicals from sunscreen can be absorbed into the bloodstream after one use.
- Teen Vogue offered a guide to understanding sulfates and sulfate-free products.
- Marie Claire reported that Target has added a badge to its website that denotes Black-owned brands and brands with Black founders.
- Slate published an opinion piece criticizing the 23 states that opted for in-person July bar exams.
- The New Yorker reviewed two new books, Clean: The New Science of Skin and The Remarkable Life of the Skin to take a deep dive into the nature of our skin and skincare.
- Muse by Clio praised Nike’s new ad (which has a voiceover by Megan Rapinoe).
- The Los Angeles Times spoke with Alanis Morissette and Liz Phair; this year is the 25th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill, and the two had pre-COVID plans to tour together.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from The New Yorker’s Daily Shouts, which offered “Tantalizing Fantasies After Four Months of Quarantine.”
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