Dec. 31, 2014

12/15/14

Atlanta Blackstar
As the Nation Fights Back Against Police Brutality, The Push for Justice Can’t Leave Black Girls Behind
Kali Nicole Gross, African and African Diaspora Studies

Austin American-Statesman
Blue: What Texas textbook dispute reveals about need for humanities
Morgan Blue, Texas Humanities Project

The Monitor
Commentary: Morgan Blue: Debating textbooks
Morgan Blue, Texas Humanities Project

Daily American
How to survive when you’re the survivor: Dealing with grief during the holidays
Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

12/16/14

Scientific American
Book Review: Malformed
Psychology

Washington Post
Read and explore the world’s constitutions at this Web site
Zachary Elkins, Government

KVUE
Abbott, Perry looking different directions amid transition
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

Community Impact
Voters decide three Austin ISD board runoff elections
Ted Gordon, African and African Diaspora Studies

Huffington Post
Why the Whole Family Benefits When Kids Believe in Santa
Jacqueline Woolley, Psychology

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Let your kids believe in Santa
Jacqueline Woolley, Psychology

Orange County Register
After three-year search, Nixon library finally has new director: ex-Great Park CEO Michael Ellzey
Mark Lawrence, History

Deseret News National
Why entertainment banks on nostalgia
Art Markman, Psychology

Huffington Post
What Do You Want This Year?
Art Markman, Psychology

Fast Company
Ask the Experts: Should I Tell My Boss I Know My Coworker Makes More?
Art Markman, Psychology

12/17/14

Men’s Journal
4 Ways to Make Your Treadmill Work Harder
Art Markman, Psychology

Yahoo! Health
Why People Listen To This Whispering Woman To Feel Better
Art Markman, Psychology

Fox News
Fox News Poll: Romney, Clinton lead potential 2016 presidential pack
Daron Shaw, Texas Politics Project

Fox News
Fox News Poll: Romney Beats Bush
Daron Shaw, Texas Politics Project

China Topix
U.S. Election 2016: Romney And Clinton In The Lead – Fox News Poll
Daron Shaw, Texas Politics Project

KXAN
Cuban-American Texans react to president’s announcement
Charles Hale, LLILAS

International Business Times
Hispanics In America: Latinos’ Optimism About Racism Tied To History, Could Change In Future
Nestor Rodriguez, Sociology

The Conversation
Ridley Scott’s casting of white actors is symptomatic of larger problems
Charlotte Canning, African and African Diaspora Studies

KXAN
UT studies aim to help smokers kick the habit
Mark Powers, Psychology

12/18/14

Yahoo! Health
6 Science-Backed Ways To Pick Out The Perfect Last-Minute Present
Art Markman, Psychology

KWBU
UT Forms Committee to Investigate Missing Brains
Psychology

Dallas Morning News
Let little ones believe in Santa
Jacqueline Woolley, Psychology

Huffington Post
We May Finally Get a Senate Worthy of Being Called “Great”
Sean Theriault, Government

12/19/14

Wall Street Journal
Cities Target Elevated Levels of Pedestrian Deaths
Chandra Bhat, Economics

Washington Post
The new Republican majority will make the Senate respectable again
Sean Theriault, Government

Houston Chronicle
Cuba: Poised for transformation
Robin Moore, LLILAS

Houston Chronicle
Analysis: Texas Miracle? Perry prefers a different term
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

12/20/14

The Economist
Why is everyone so busy?
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Deseret News National
Marriage questions on the U.S. Census Bureau survey are on the chopping block
Kelly Raley, Sociology

12/21/14

Deseret News National
Study: Internet doesn’t overwhelm most Americans
Art Markman, Psychology

The Blade
Commercialization of Christmas holiday is nothing new
Penne Restad, History

12/22/14

KUT
Q&A: The Pros and Cons of Single Sex Education
Rebecca Bigler, Psychology

Delaware Online
Gingrich hijacked the Senate; McConnell may win it back
Sean Theriault, Government

Live Science
A Christmas Tale: How Much of the Nativity Story Is True?
Brent Landau, Religious Studies

12/23/14

Yahoo! Parenting
What You Need to Know About Your Kids’ Birth Order
Toni Falbo, Sociology

Investors Business Daily
Turning Ideas Into Reality Is A Matter Of Planning
Art Markman, Psychology

Huffington Post
The Photographer Behind The Missing Texas Brains Explains How Media Got That Story Wrong
Psychology

Kentucky Sports
Kentucky vs. Louisville: ‘The perfect storm of a rivalry’
Art Markman, Psychology

International Business Times
Scott Walker 2016: Does Not Having A College Degree Damage His Presidential Prospects?
Bruce Buchanan, Government

Houston Chronicle
Kids reap benefits from belief in Santa
Jacqueline Woolley, Psychology

12/24/14

Austin American-Statesman
Palaima: This season, put ourselves in the shoes of others
Tom Palaima, Classics

Houston Chronicle
A case for Humanities
Morgan Blue, Humanities Media Project

12/25/14

New York Times
In New Congress, House Committees Will Carry a Strong Texas Accent
Sean Theriault, Government

12/26/14

Austin American-Statesman
Commentary: Embrace family diversity in schools  sooner
Lisa Moore, English/Gender and Women’s Studies

12/27/14

Al Jazeera America
Why are the feds harassing Navajo shepherds?
Shannon Speed and Hallie Boas, Anthropology

New York Times
A Governor’s Long Legacy of Brashness and Brawls
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

12/28/14

Austin American-Statesman
Mark Jbeily, Plan II senior
Achievements: UT student receives prestigious Marshall Scholarship

Texas Tribune
The Perry Legacy
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

12/29/14

New York Times
Quit Whining About Your Sick Colleague
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

The Trumpet
Traditional Families on the Decline
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

12/30/14

Yahoo! Health
Loss, Grief, and Closure: How This Air Disaster Is Different
Art Markman, Psychology

12/31/14

Star-Telegram
Cuba change could help Texas
Robin Moore, LLILAS

Dec. 15, 2014

12/8/14

Washington Post
Characters in children’s books are almost always white, and it’s a big problem
Domino Perez, Center for Mexican American Studies

Austin American-Statesman
Incumbent Austin trustee Bradley backs candidate Gordon in District 1
Ted Gordon, African and African Diaspora Studies

KENS
For Abbott, a balancing act of far right and Hispanics
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

Time Warner Cable News
Capital Tonight: Abbott’s Priorities for Next Session
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

12/9/14

CBS News
Stressed? Close your email
Art Markman, Psychology

Fast Company
Ask the Experts: “Help, I’m dating a coworker!”
Art Markman, Psychology

New York Times
Have Democrats Failed the White Working Class?
Robert Crosnoe, Sociology/Psychology

UT Austin News
Overhaul the Justice System Because the Demand for Justice is Failing Black Women
Kali Nicole Gross, African and African Diaspora Studies

Houston Chronicle
What’s not in a name? This agency’s actual duties
David Prindle, Government

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Dispute shows history matters
Morgan Blue, Texas Humanities Project

Christian Science Monitor
When Santa turns from icon to myth
Jacqueline Woolley, Psychology

KVUE
Analysis: Will torture report ultimately harm or help?
Jeremi Suri, History

Altmetric
2014 Top 100
Deborah Bolnick, Anthropology

12/10/14

Chronicle of Higher Education
What the Year’s Most-Noticed Research Papers Tell Us About Ourselves
Deborah Bolnick, Anthropology

PopMatters
Could It Happen in America? The Rise and Fall of Fritz Kuhn’s German-American Bund
Allison Schottenstein, History doctoral candidate

Houston Chronicle
Gun bills expected to have better shot in upcoming session
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

Texas Public Radio
The Source: Will 2014 Mark A Return Of The Activist Athlete?
Leonard Moore, African and African Diaspora Studies/History

USA Today
Consumer change written on faces of multicultural dolls
Rebecca Bigler, Psychology

12/11/14

Texas Tribune
At UT-Austin, Brains Aren’t All That’s Scattered
Psychology

Education Dive
The 6 strangest higher ed stories we saw in 2014
Psychology

12/12/14

The Diplomat
Is the US Navy’s New Ray Gun a Good Idea?
John Traphagan, Religious Studies

MercatorNet
The 2014 dignitaries awards
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

San Antonio Express-News
Effort to rename rail panel gains steam
David Prindle, Government

Longview News-Journal
Advocates push Legislature for no-permit open carry law
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

12/13/14

Wall Street Journal
Gas Prices Leave Fed Feeling Deflated
Olivier Coibion, Economics

The Economist
Opportunistic overheating
Olivier Coibion, Economics

12/14/14

Texas Tribune
Perry Planning Farewell Speech to Legislators
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

New York Times
Brennan Draws on Bond With Obama in Backing C.I.A.
John Brennan, Government alum

Arizona Daily Star
How to create lasting holiday memories
Alison Preston, Sociology

PayScale
Are Male Leaders Less Depressed Than Female Leaders?
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Dec. 8, 2014

12/2/14

Education Week
Schools Teach Common-Core Math to Two Generations
Keith Robinson, Sociology

Daily Texan
To effect positive social change, make being compassionate cool
Jeremi Suri, History

The Atlantic
The Mysterious Vanishing Brains
Psychology

AP
About 100 brains missing from University of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Austin American-Statesman
University of Texas looks for clues after 100 human brains are lost
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Daily Mail
Brain Drain
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Aol
About 100 brains missing from University of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

12/3/14

The Telegraph
100 preserved brains disappear from Texas university
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

USA Today
About 100 brains missing from University of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

The Independent
Mystery as 100 brains go missing from the University of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

RT
Losing their minds: 100 brains go ‘missing’ from University of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Newsy
100 Human Brains Mysteriously Disappear From UT’s Campus
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

BuzzFeed
Around 100 Brains Have Gone Missing From The University Of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Business Insider
100 Human Brains Have Gone Missing From The University of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

TIME
100 Human Brains Went Missing From the University of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

The Guardian
100 brains go missing from university
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Jezebel
Did Taylor Swift Steal 100 Brains From the University of Texas?
Psychology

Sky News
100 Brains Disappear From University of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Daily Texan
African writer speaks at symposium
Aaron Bady, Bernth Lindfors, English

Fast Company
Ask the Experts: Should I tell my boss I’m going through a personal crisis?
Art Markman and Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

Conan
Monologue
Psychology

Washington Post
University of Texas: Missing brains were destroyed
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Deutsche Welle
Opinion: The US leaves Europe behind on growth
James Galbraith, Government

U.S. News & World Report
Beyond Yoga: 4 Other Ways to Get Zen
Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

NBC News
Old Master: 540,000-Year-Old Shell Has Oldest Ever ‘Art’
Frank Huffman, Anthropology

Sex and History
Why do humans have sex?
Cindy Meston and David Buss, Psychology

AP
University of Texas: Missing brains were destroyed
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

USA Today
Mystery of missing University of Texas brains solved
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Los Angeles Times
Case of 100 missing brains in Texas takes an odd twist
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Houston Chronicle
UT: Missing brains were destroyed
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

ABC News
Texas Brain Teaser Solved After Statewide Search
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

BBC News
‘Missing’ brains at Texas university were destroyed
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

New York Times
University of Texas Says It Can Account for Missing Brain Specimens
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

KTBC
UT missing brains mystery solved
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

CBS News
Mystery of the missing brains solved
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Newsweek
The Mystery of the Missing Brains in Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Reuters
Human brains, reported missing, were destroyed: University of Texas
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Bloomberg
Brains in Jars Missing From University of Texas Destroyed
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

KVUE
UT: Brains disposed by environmental workers in 2002
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

12/4/14

Austin American-Statesman
Gross: Justice system is failing black women
Kali Nicole Gross, African and African Diaspora Studies

UT Austin news
Marshall Scholarship Awarded to UT Austin Student
Mark Jbeily, Plan II and NROTC senior

12/4/14

KEYE
UT Starts Investigation Into Missing Human Brains
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

Discovery News
100 Brains Go Missing, Buy Why Were They Even Collected?
Tim Schallert and Larry Cormack, Psychology

KEYE
43 Mexican Students Still Missing, Austinites Protest International Corruption
Alfonso Gonzales, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

Time Warner Cable News
UT Student Researcher Uses Stem Cells to Grow Human Heart
Divya Ramamoorthy, Plan II senior

KUT
How AI Articulates & Expands Our Understanding of Human Intelligence
Galen Strawson, Philosophy; Louisa Hall, English

12/5/14

Huffington Post
Big-Picture Study of Fracking Operations Suggests Even Small Chemical Exposures Pose Risks
Andrea Gore, Psychology

12/6/14

Yahoo! Health
The UVA Rape Case: Could PTSD Be A Factor?
Art Markman, Psychology

New York Times
Texas Governor-Elect Must Find a Way to Please His Party and Hispanic Voters
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

Houston Chronicle
Suri: On this Pearl Harbor anniversary, our relationship with Japan is changing again
Jeremi Suri, History

NPR
Missing Brains May Have Been Destroyed
Psychology

12/7/14

The Atlantic
The Power in Writing About Yourself
Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

Texas Tribune
For Abbott, a Balancing Act of Far Right and Hispanics
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

Grand Valley Lanthorn
Historian to share insight on presidency
H.W. Brands, History

Dec. 2, 2014

11/17/14

The Tennessean
Study: Women in authority see higher rates of depression (supposed to be embargoed until Thursday)
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Alabama Local News
Why do Mobile gay marriage plaintiffs cite study questioning outcomes of children raised by lesbians?
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

11/18/14

Daily Texan
Don’t treat Putin with kid gloves, but neither with a heavy hand
Jeremi Suri, History

Politico
Teresa Sullivan: Being ‘the first woman to’ won’t be noteworthy much longer
Teresa Sullivan, Sociology (formerly)

Houston Chronicle
State board can’t agree on new social studies texts
Jonathan Kaplan, Middle Eastern Studies

Texas Tribune
Common Core Stymies Vote on New Textbooks
Jennifer Graber, Religious Studies

MSNBC
Coming soon to a classroom near you: Texas conservatism
Jonathan Kaplan, Middle Eastern Studies/Jennifer Graber, Religious Studies

San Antonio Express-News
Board of Education splits on social studies textbooks after hours of debate
Jonathan Kaplan, Middle Eastern Studies

Savannah Morning News
City’s Municipal Slavery Project wins statewide award
Daina Ramey Berry, African and African Diaspora Studies

11/20/14

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Top Texas priorities: border security and immigration
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

New York Times
Bill Cosby’s Sudden Fall, Explained Sociologically
Ari Adut, Sociology

Forbes
Change Agent: Taking Serious Charge Of Your Habits
Art Markman, Psychology

College Fix
Marquette Instructor Who Silenced Student Wants Cyberbullying Policy
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

Digital Journal
SelfEcho Launches New Mobile Platform To Enhance Mental Health Clinicians To Track Patient Progress And Enhance Care
Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

San Antonio Express-News
Textbooks need the whole story
Shannon Speed, Native American and Indigenous Studies

The Telegraph
Female bosses who can hire and fire more likely to suffer depression
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

NBC News
Lady Boss Blues: Top Women More Prone to Depression, Study Finds
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Daily Mail
High-flying women ‘face depression’
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Medical Daily
Women With Top Jobs Often Face Depression, An Effect of Workplace Adversity
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

BBC News
Women bosses ‘more depressed’ than male counterparts
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

NY Mag
Powerful Women Are More Likely to Be Depressed
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Fortune
For women, having more power at work can worsen depression
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Yahoo! Health
The Number One Health Risk for Successful Women
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Elle
Female Bosses Are More Likely to Get Depressed
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Elle France
Les Femmes À Des Postes À Responsabilité Plus Dépressives Que Les Hommes
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

NY Daily News
Women in powerful positions are more likely to be depressed, study finds
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Tech Times
Women With Power At Work Are More Depressed Than Male Counterparts
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Counsel & Heal
Job Authority can cause Depressive Symptoms in Women
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Mic
Science Reveals an Alarming Difference Between Male and Female Bosses
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Fox News
Female bosses more prone to depression than male counterparts, study says
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

WTOP-DC Radio
Women show more signs of depression than male counterparts
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Today
Being the boss can add to depression in women
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Science World Report
Job Stress Affects Men and Women Differently
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

CBS News
Breaking the glass ceiling may lead to depression
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Channel News Asia
Job authority spells depression for women: Study
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Fortune
Executive jobs are making women depressed
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Medical News Today
Job authority may increase depression symptoms in women
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Austin Business Journal
Facing negative stereotypes, women with workplace power show more signs of depression
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

New Republic
Women Who Lean In Are More Depressed Than Those Who Don’t
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

11/21/14

Psych Central
Hiring Authority Influences Gender-Related Depression
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

redOrbit
Workplace Authority Affects Men and Women Differently
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Health Central
Women bosses more depressed
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Science 2.0
For Women, Being In Charge Is Depressing
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Khaleej Times
Women bosses are more likely to suffer depression
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

GMA News
Job authority spells depression for women: study
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

U.S. News & World Report
Being the Boss Tied to Depression Risk for Women, But Not Men
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Texas Tribune
Abbott: Obama’s Order Violates Constitution
Bruce Buchanan, Government

NPR
Texas Hits The Books
Jennifer Graber, Religious Studies

Washington Post
Women with workplace power are more depressed. Men, not so much.
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

KUT
The Mystery Brains of the Texas State Lunatic Asylum
Tim Schallert, Psychology

Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
Marquette TA sparks internationals controversy after squelching gay marriage discussion in ethics class
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

11/22/14

Amarillo Globe News
Abbott pushes for open carry law
Texas Politics Project

AP
Texas Approves Disputed History Texts for Schools
Jennifer Graber, Religious Studies

Guardian Liberty Voice
Leadership Roles More Likely to Make Women Depressed
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

11/23/14

Atlanta Journal Constitution
3 new Rhodes Scholars hail from metro Atlanta
Sai Gourisankar, Plan II senior

Dawn.com
Space for kindness, compassion needed, Karachi moot told
Kamran Ali, Anthropology/Middle Eastern Studies/Asian Studies

Valley Morning Star
2 Texans selected as prestigious Rhodes Scholars
Sai Gourisankar, Plan II senior

Houston Chronicle
Top Texas Republicans fear surge of immigrants
Nestor Rodriguez, Sociology

Christian Science Monitor
Interfaith America: ‘Being both’ is a rising trend in the US
David McClendon, Sociology graduate student

Jezebel
Women Bosses Exhibit More Symptoms of Depression than Men
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

11/24/14

Straits Times
Women bosses more prone to depression than men
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Marin Independent Journal
Parental Advice: Should parents help their kids with homework?
Keith Robinson, Sociology

Texas Tribune
Abbott: Immigration Lawsuit Could Come in Two Weeks
Bruce Buchanan, Government

The Tennessean
Hermitage celebrates Andrew Jackson with new exhibit
H.W. Brands, History

The Conversation
Murder and the Mexican state
CJ Alvarez, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

Houston Public Media
What Keeps Women Out of STEM?
Jennifer Glass, Sociology

American Bazaar
Four exceptional Indian American students selected as Rhodes Scholars
Sai Gourisankar, Plan II senior

Clinical Advisor
Are women in positions of power more likely to be depressed?
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Shape
Can Being the Boss Make You Depressed?
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

USA Today
Depression hits women in top jobs harder than men, study says
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

11/25/14

CNN
Why female executives get depressed more than men
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

KVUE
UT Study: Job authority adds to depression in women
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

AskMen
Study: Better Jobs Means Higher Risk Of Depression For Women
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

New York Times
Talking About Racism With White Kids
Rebecca Bigler, Psychology

KVUE
Texas Capitol prepares for renewed battle over marriage
Texas Politics Project

Wired
The Violence in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay is Actually Good for Teens
Steven Mintz, Sociology

Purdue Exponent
Appearance-based hiring is not only common, but legal also
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

MoviePilot
This Photographer Found a Closet Stuffed with 100 Human Brains, But What He Did with Them Is Incredible
Larry Cormack, Psychology

Times of India
Four Indian American students picked as Rhodes scholars
Sai Gourisankar, Plan II senior

The Independent
Female bosses are more likely to be depressed…And it’s down to gender stereotypes
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

11/26/14

Bustle
Successful women more likely to be depressed, study says, so that’s…depressing
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

India West
Four Indian American Rhodes Scholars Heading to Oxford
Sai Gourisankar, Plan II senior

Harvard Business Review
To Get Over Something, Write About It
Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

Austin American-Statesman
Gala raises $240K for Caritas of Austin
Air Force ROTC

Science Times
Powerful Women Are More Depressive Compared To Men With Equal Authority
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Houston Chronicle
Texans on the rise as GOP controls Congress
Sean Theriault, Government

11/27/14

National Geographic
“Malformed” Is the Best Brain Book I Read This Year (and Maybe Ever)
Psychology

11/28/14

San Antonio Express-News
EPA rules merit public support
Louchin Chi, Government senior

Austin American-Statesman
Contributors: Inaction on carbon pollution will cost more than action
Louchin Chi, Government senior

PRI
Gabriel García Márquez’s archive, including an unpublished novel, is heading to Texas
Jośe Montelongo, LLILAS Benson

11/29/14

Austin American-Statesman
Zehr: To help fight recidivism, remove obstacles to employment
David Kirk, Sociology

New York Times
In Religious Order, Texas Women Find a Place to Call Home
Alexandra Elizondo, English freshman

San Antonio Express-News
Texas GOP gains unprecedented foothold in new Congress
Sean Theriault, Government

NPR
The Mystery Of The Missing Brains
Tim Schallert, Psychology

11/30/14

New York Times
Old Tactic Gets New Use: Public Schools Separate Girls and Boys
Rebecca Bigler, Psychology

Wall Street Journal
Why Everything You Think About Aging May Be Wrong
Karen Fingerman, Psychology

KXAN
Beyonce and Rihanna inspire UT Austin feminism course
Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley, African and African Diaspora Studies

12/1/14

WDBJ
Beyonce takes center stage in college class
Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley, African and African Diaspora Studies

KUT
Do More Moderately Governed Cities Have Much Sway in Republican States Like Texas?
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

Slate
Incredibly Detailed Photos of a Rare Collection of Brains
Psychology

Politico Magazine
The Gunfight in Cyberspace
Matt Valentine, Plan II

Wall Street Journal
A Brief History of the Syrian Jewish Community
Abraham Marcus, History

Daily Texan
UT ROTC program named best in region
Travis Habhab, Army ROTC