April 24, 2015

4/18/15

Bulletin Standard
How presidential campaigns became two-year marathons
Bruce Buchanan, Government

Fort Worth Star Telegram
Rand Paul’s Texas roots run deep
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

The New York Times
Faith vs. Facts
Christine Legare, Psychology

Bustle
In Texas open carry of hangs is about to be the new reality
Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
As UT leader, Gregory Fenves would bring strategic yet detailed vision
Randy Diehl and Tom Palaima, College of Liberal Arts

4/19/15

San Antonio Express-News
Tax fight will determine consumer savings, leaders’ future
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Houston Chronicle
Abbott stays low-key in debate on how to enact tax relief
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

All Africa
Nigeria: We are all Africans
Toyin Falola, History and African and African Diaspora Studies

PBS
Texas on the verge of passing open carry law for handguns
Texas Politics Project

4/20/15

The Daily Texan
Citizens of character are the future of our nation, the world
Jeremi Suri, History

The Daily Texan
Panel discusses institutionalized racism at universities
Tom Palaima, Classics

Fast Company
Five habits of creative people
Art Markman, Psychology

New Republic
Thomas Jefferson was a Muslim
Denise Spellberg, History

Houston Chronicle
Politics, policy collide over tax cut debate
Texas Politics Project

Fox News Latino
Opinion: ‘Sabado Gigante’ is going, but Don Francisco bound to remain
Ingrid Vasquez, Student: Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

Trib Live
Pittsburgh Public Theatre taking on Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’
James Pennebaker, Psychology

The New York Times
1.5 million missing black men
Elizabeth Pettit, Sociology

ABC 13
Strength of Houston’s economic diversification
Bill Gilmer, Economics Alum

BBC
The Circus
Janet Davis, American Studies; History; and Women and Gender Studies

KEYE TV
Texas House approves licensed open carry
Texas Politics Project

4/21/15

San Antonio Express-News
GOP friction on Abbott’s pre-K initiative
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

People’s World
Historians: History is more than an academic exercise
Julia Mickenberg, American Studies

Harvard Business Review
Why “company culture” is misleading term
John Traphagen, Religious Studies

NOLA.com
Is income inequality a good thing? Author argues benefits of disparity at Isidore Newman talk
John Tamny, Government alum

Houston Chronicle
Patrick advisory group blasts Abbott pre-K plan
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

USA Today
Gay marriage controversy focuses on children
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

Christian Science Monitor
Borderland protests: Do border patrol checkpoints go too far?
Lucas Powe, Government

San Antonio Express-News
GOP friction on Abott’s pre-K initiative
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

4/22/15

The Daily Texan
Author: Surveillance technology is a double-edged sword
Mark Jbeily, Plan II Student

Fusion
Why it hurts to be a handsome man on the job hunt
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Bloomberg
$23,660-a-year ‘executives’ will see a raise from Obama rule
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

KU News
Professor named on elf the first Carnegie fellows
Greg Cushman, Mexican and American Studies alum

Forbes
There is nothing wrong with the term ‘company culture’
John Traphagan, Religious Studies

UT Austin News
Adm. William McRaven to deliver Glickman Centennial Lecture
Plan II Honors

The Hill
Hunger strike is a conscience call to end family detention
Alfonso Gonzales, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

National Review
For Cruz and Perry, Texas is make-or-break
Texas Politics Project

4/23/15

The Texas Tribune
Republicans set sight on minors seeking abortions
Amanda Stevenson, Population Research Center

Scroll In
Happy birth and death anniversary, Shakespeare, and you’ve given us a new play as a present
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Yahoo! Lifestyle
Wellness blogger Belle Gibson admits she faked her cancer
Art Markman, Psychology

The Heritage Foundation
The research on same-sex parenting: “No differences” no more
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

Spartan Daily
Alluring essence: Beauty is just the short end of the asset stick
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

UT Austin News
Some-free legislation protects less than 45 percent of Texans. let’s make it 100 percent
Jessica Duncan Cance, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

4/24/15

Austin 360
Umlauf Garden Party, Toast of the Town with H.W. Brands, Chris Tyson, Austin Parks Primer
H.W. Brands, History

The Dallas Morning News
Texas’ top three leaders cycle one another warily
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Dallas Voice
Legal marijuana in Texas
Texas Politics Project

April 17, 2015

4/11/15

The Telegraph
Research by academics in Texas ‘strongly’ suggests disputed play was written by William Shakespeare
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Malay Mail
The short and long of it: Researchers link Shakespeare to disputed play
James Pennebaker, Psychology

The Times of India
When work and sleep conflict, work wins
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Winnipeg Free Press
Making the playoffs is about shedding past ghosts – but fanaticism is not always  good thing
Ben Carrington, Sociology

ABC News
Do men really prefer big butts? Science has the answer
David Buss, Psychology

The Bulletin
Shakespeare credited with another play
James Pennebaker, Psychology

4/12/15

Today’s Zaman
Researchers link Shakespeare to disputed play
James Pennebaker, Psychology

The Monitor
Commentary: Drilling bans and limits threatened by Texas Lege
Texas Politics Project

Haaretz
Men more likely than women to travel back in time and kill Hitler, study finds
Bertram Gawronski, Psychology

Caller Times
Forum: Boston bombing and the power of familial ties
William Swann, Psychology

Metro
Men more likely than women to travel back in time and kill Hitler, bizarre study claims
Bertram Gawronski, Psychology

San Antonio Express-News
Business tax cuts in the bag but other relief uncertain
Texas Politics Project

4/13/15

Huffington Post
Boston bombing shows the power of familial ties
William Swann, Psychology

Food NDTV
When work and sleep conflict, work wins
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Daily Beast
Computer finds lost Shakespeare Play
James Pennebaker, Psychology

The Dallas Morning News
Texas Legislature’s push for gun issues triggered by politics
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Huffington Post
Fight for the Texas Dream Act continues
Center for Mexican American Studies

Denton Record-Chronicle
GOP finds its target with gun rules
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

KUT
Researchers attribute long-disputed play to Shakespeare – without even reading it
James Pennebaker, Psychology

4/14/15

Washington’s Top News
Those who sleep less, make more, study finds
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

NPR: State Impact
As deadline nears for Texas haze rule, a look at how lawsuits shape regulation
David Spence, Government

The Conversation
Reflections of a black female scholar: I know what it feels like to be invisible
Cherise Smith, African and African Diaspora Studies

The Weed Blog
Help legalize medical marijuana in Texas
Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
Dream on: Little chance of bill to end in-state tuition reaching Abbott’s desk
Texas Politics Project

UT Austin News
35 UT Austin students receive National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship
Awarded to five College of Liberal Arts students

The Daily Texan
The phrase ‘personal is political’ must return to democratic discourse
Jeremi Suri, History

Sci-Tech Today
Study: Disputed Shakespeare play bears the Master’s Mark
James Pennebaker, Psychology

4/15/15

The Telegraph
Divorced women at greater risk of suffering heart attack
Mark Hayward, Population Research Center; Sociology; Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

UT Austin Know
Boston bombing shows the power of familial ties
William Swann, Psychology

The New York Times
How presidential campaigns became two-year marathons
Bruce Buchanan, Government

4/16/15

Business Day Live
All work and no play makes Vuyo dream of sleep
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

The Catholic World Report
The new celibacy? How porn may be destroying the impetus for sex
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

PolitiFact.com
Mark Pocan says less than 25 percent of population could vote when Constitution was written
Steven Mintz, History

El Espectado
¿Cuánto vale ser bella?
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Univision
Violencia domestica y derechos humanos
Ariel Dulitzky, Latin American Studies and Collections

Honolulu Star Advertiser
How presidential campaigns became two-year marathons
Bruce Buchanan, Government

4/17/15

The Texas Tribune
Analysis: Abbott’s caution on display in tax fight
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Science Mag
Women best men in study of tenure-track hiring
Jennifer Glass, Sociology

The Daily Texan
To improve student-faculty ratio, UT must hire more faculty for less
Alberto Martinez, History

The Wall Street Journal
Texas set to approve open carry of handguns
Texas Politics Project

April 10, 2015

4/4/15

Austin American-Statesman
Handling history: Scholars focus on violent chapter from Texas’ past
John Morán González, English

Huffington Post
How a musical tradition of Islamic mysticism found an unlikely home in Texas
Syed Hyder, Asian Studies and Center for Middle Eastern Studies

Yahoo! Health
What body type does your guy go gaga over?
David Buss, Psychology

Big 12 Sports
Two earn Senior CLASS All-American Second Team Honors
Nneka Enemkpali, African and African Diaspora Studies

4/5/15

Missoulian
Book readings and signings in Missoula this week
William deBuys, Alum: American Studies

Imperial Valley News
New look at language delay in children with autism
Richard Meier, Linguistics

The Texas Tribune
GOP gun measures could backfire with minorities
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

The Christian Science Monitor
How parents cope with America’s child care ‘crisis’
Jennifer Glass, Sociology

Augusta Free Press
Bridgewater College celebrates Founder’s Day on April 7
Brandon March, Alum: History

San Antonio Express-News
Critics blast UT’s Latino award to George P. Bush
Nicole Guidotti-Hernández and Domino Perez, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies

4/6/15

Science Daily
Shakespeare brand identified in his first poems
Doug Bruster, English

Herald Sun
Good-looking people are smarter, happier and more successful
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

The Daily Telegraph
They said politics is show business for ugly people. They lied
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Post Pioneer
Gender distinction in moral judgments rooted in emotion, not reasoning, study finds
Bertram Gawronski, Psychology

Post Pioneer
New look at language delay in children with autism
Richard Meier, Linguistics

Newswise
A new look at language delay in children with autism
Richard Meier, Linguistics

Green Biz
Two steps forward: Earth Day and the polling of America 2015
Texas Politics Project

Jezebel
Move over, El Bloobito; Spice ‘Hispanic’ Jeb Bush is here, Ajua!
Jeb Bush, Alumnus

News Medical
New study sheds light on linguistics characteristic of autistic children
Richard Meier, Linguistics

The Daily Texan
Study: Hearing and deaf children with autism both avoid using pronouns
Richard Meier, Linguistics

Newswise
Shakespeare brand identified in his first poems
Doug Bruster, English

National Review
Jeb called himself ‘first Latino governor of Florida’ in 2012
Jeb Bush, Alumnus

Science World Report
Researchers have found a new language delay in children with autism
Richard Meier, Linguistics

The New Yorker
How Hispanic is Jeb Bush
Jeb Bush, Alumnus

4/7/15

The Daily Texan
Professor: Design in Shakespeare’s works suggests earlier rise to prominence
Doug Bruster, English

Shreveport Times
Lecture will explore gender during Holocaust, WWII
Pascale Bos, Germanic Studies and Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

Dallas Morning News
Stress on the job: It’s different for women
Tetyana Pudrovska, Sociology

Mercatornet
Same-sex parenting and emotional harm: critiquing the critics
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

Washington Post
Student: University presidents should take stronger stances against racism
Riley Brands, Linguistics Student

Telesur
Rolling Stone and rape culture
Robert Jenson, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

PR Web
Annual Rose and Louis Van Thyn Holocause lecture commences April 13at Centenary College of Louisiana
Pascale Bos, Germanic Studies and Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

Bio Space
Men more likely than women to travel back in time and kill Hitler, University of Texas study finds
Bertram Gawronski, Psychology

International Business Times
‘Would you go back in time to kill Hitler?’ A serious question for a study on moral dilemmas
Bertram Gawronski, Psychology

NJ.com
Journal entires: Saint Peter’s professor wins math award
Brian Hopkins, Philosophy alumnus

Daily Titan
Journaling relieves stress and promotes healthy living
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Journal Sentinel
Obama takes swipe at Walker’s foreign policy credentials
Jeremi Suri, History

Medical Daily
Men are from Mars: Men and women have completely different moral compasses
Bertram Gawronski, Psychology

The Daily Texan
Iran deal show value of compromise in diplomacy
Jeremi Suri, History

4/8/15

The Washington Post
Persuading Americans to act on climate change
Bethany Albertson, Government

The Daily Texan
Facilities Services staff places barricades around CLA because of broken windows, falling glass
College of Liberal Arts building

Half-Life of War
The sorrowful history of Half-Life of War
Tom Palaima, Classics

Al Jazzera America
With Emanuel re-election in Chicago, Democrats look towards 2016
Bruce Buchanan, Government

UT Austin News
Information researchers to create digital archives from central lunatic asylum for colored insane
King Davis, African and African Diaspora Studies

Trib Talk
What a tax fight says about Texas’ future
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

4/9/15

KLRU: Travis Smiley
A panel of esteemed historians reflects on the Civil War on the 150th anniversary of its final battle
Daina Ramey Berry, History and African and African Diaspora Studies

The Conversation
The Civil War: The one we fought, the one we’re still fighting
Daina Ramey Berry, History and African and African Diaspora Studies

Phys.org
Shakespeare’s plays reveal his psychological signature
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Texas Observer
Committee considers ban on abortion coverage in obamacare health plans
Amanda Stevenson, Population Research Center

The Inquisitr
Scott Walker, President Obama scuffle over foreign policy, it’s not pretty
Jeremi Suri, History

IUPUI newsroom
Author of ‘Beauty Pays’ to deliver Martin C. Spechler Economics lecture at IUPUI
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Dallas Morning News
Luke Metzger: Energy interests are threatening local control
Texas Politics Project

The Austin American-Statesman
Commentary: Boston Marathon bombing and ties that bind
William Swann, Psychology

4/10/15

ABC News
The Americas neighborhood: a look at summit players
Raul Madrid, Government

The Independent
Fake Shakespeare play Double Falsehood ‘is genuine’ after all
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Daiji World
New Test shows Shakespeare wrote ‘Double Falsehood’
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Zee News
New Test shows Shakespeare wrote ‘Double Falsehood’
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Business Standard
Shakespeare identified as author of disputed play
James Pennebaker, Psychology

The Week
‘Fake’ Shakespeare play turns out to be real
James Pennebaker, Psychology

The New York Times
When work and sleep conflict, work wins
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Med City news
Sleep schedules and income seem to correlate – but is it the rich or the poor who suffer more from unhealthy patterns?
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

My San Antonio
Big books of spring
H.W. Brands, History

The Boston Globe
Boston not alone in public opposition to Olympics
John Hoberman, Germanic Studies

NBC
‘Double Falsehood’: Much ado about ‘lost’ Shakespeare play
James Pennebaker, Psychology

1 Stop News
Eye-opening study: When work and sleep conflict, work wins
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Dallas Morning News
Guillermo Jesus Velasco and Maribel McMillian: A cultural dissonance that isn’t going away
Texas Politics Project

CNN
Research suggests Shakespeare wrote ‘lost’ play
James Pennebaker, Psychology

The Bellingham Herald
Is Ted Cruz Latino Enough?
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

UT Austin News
Shakespeare wrote contested play, suggests psychological text analysis
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Fort Worth Star Telegram
Is Ted Cruz Latino enough?
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

LA Times
Study finds disputed play bears the master’s mark
James Pennebaker, Psychology

PBS
How and why you should record the police
Mary Bock, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

Go Erie
Much ado about Shakespeare: Study finds disputed play bears the master’s mark
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Vice
Crime-weary Argentina sees more mob violence and vigilante killings
Javier Auyero, Sociology

April 3, 2015

3/28/15

Takepart
There’s a reason you haven’t heard about the ‘Latino Lives Matter’ movement
Nester Rodriguez, Sociology

3/29/15

Star Tribune
Minnesota native chosen president of Norway’s largest university
Curt Rice, Linguistics

Bring Me the News
Minnesota native becomes first non-Norwegian to head Norway University
Curt Rice, Linguistics

AlJazeera America
The frail, forgotten army from the Amazon
Seth Garfield, History

KIMA TV
Drownings of migrants along Rio Grande spike after enforcement surge
Nester Rodriguez, Sociology

3/30/15

The Bemidji Pioneer
Curt Rice named president of Norway University
Curt Rice, Linguistics

News Medical
Study: Mexican Americans spend high proportions of their later years with disabilities
Jacqueline and Ronald Angel, Sociology

The Daily Texan
Student athletes should not be held to lower standard
Jeremi Suri, History

Politico Magazine
Why we need to end family detention – again
Alfanso Gonzalez and Shannon Speed, Mexican American and Latina/o studies; and Anthropology

The Daily Texan
Global elites should leave their comfort zones, seek new experiences
Jeremi Suri, History

The News Tribune
6 reasons American voters prefer governors for President
Bruce Buchanan, Government

Texas Observer
House to debate women’s health funding
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

San Diego Reader
No penalty for Sun God drugging
Kim Fromme, Psychology

The Chronicle of Higher Education
The new adulthood
Steven Mintz, History

TwinCities.com
Minnesota native named President of Norway’s largest university
Curt Rice, Linguistics alum

Vice
These Separatists are trying to sue the US to make Texas a sovereign nation
H.W. Brands and Terrence Chapman, History and Government

Marcellus
Texas House legislation outlines cities’ role in urban drilling
Texas Politics Project

3/31/15

The Daily Texan
George P. Bush awarded first inaugural Latino Leadership Award
Nicole Guidotti-Hernández, Center for Mexican American Studies

First Things
Minecraft over marriage
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

University of Dayton
Jason Pierce named Dean
Jason Pierce, Government alum

Latin Post
Antonio Zambrano-Montes Pasco police shooting update: Hispanic leaders note lack of national attention on killing of Latinos
Nester Rodriguez, Sociology

UT Austin Know
UT Austin honors George P. Bush and establishes Latino Research Initiative
Nicole Guidotti-Hernández and Domino Perez, Center for Mexican American Studies

Republican American
Family duties make women executives more prone to depression vs. men: study
Tetyanna Pudrovska, Sociology

+972
An historic deal between Iran and the world
Lior Sternfeld, Middle Eastern Studies

Fox News Latino
University of Texas debutsLatino Leadership Award, giving it to George P. Bush
Nicole Guidotti-Hernández and Domino Perez, Center for Mexican American Studies

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
State leaders react to pharmacists association’s new policy against selling execution drugs
Texas Politics Project

Breibart
George P. Bush wins first University of Texas Latino Leadership Award
Nicole Guidotti-Hernández, Department of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

NBC News Latino
Award for George P. Bush draws criticism, praise from Latinos
Nicole Guidotti-Hernández, Department of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

The New York Times
Muhammadu Buhari, a familiar, and now less divisive, choice in Nigerian election
Toyin Falola, History; and Department of African and African Diaspora Studies

4/1/15

The Daily Texan
Liberal Arts Dean Diehl shouldn’t give Regnerus a pass
Randy Diehl, COLA

Fox News
How being in a relationship can affect your health
Timothy Loving, Psychology

The Atlantic
How the gluteus became maximus
David Buss, Psychology

Huffington Post
#WorldBrief with @NancyRedd: Kenya, Sierra Leone
Seth Garfield, History

Madame Noire
Study: Gay black men get more jobs, higher salaries than straight ones
David Pedulla, Sociology

Cheat Sheet
The surprising reason why men make stupid financial decisions
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Latin Post
George P. Bush Latino Leadership Award & News: Award for Jeb Bush’s son divides Texas Latinos
Nicole Guidotti-Hernández, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

Amarillo Globe-News
Pharmacists; stand not likely to affect executions
Texas Politics Project

Huffington Post
Everything Butt
David Buss, Psychology

Latina
University of Texas honors George P. Bush with its first Latino Leadership Award
Nicole Guidotti-Hernández, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

Huffington Post
Student harvesting and the dilution of a discipline
Domino Perez, Center for Mexican American Studies

4/2/15

UT Austin News
A new look at language delay in children with autism
Richard Meier, Linguistics

UT Austin News
Shakespeare Brand identified in his first poems
Doug Bruster, English

My Science
Shakespeare brand identified in his first poems
Doug Bruster, English

Health Day
Older Mexican-Americans often disabled study says
Jacqueline Angel, Sociology

The Daily Texan
Black and Latino Studies students left out of building name change
Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

4/3/15

Pulse
Scientists in the making
Catherine Reigle-Crumb, Sociology

Valdosta Today
Law Tips> Is a nursing home my only option?
Robert Lamber, Government and English

Medical Express
Gender diference in moral judgements rooted in emotion, not reasoning, study finds
Bertram Gawronski, Psychology

Wall Street Journal
Texas grapples with how to continue border surge
Texas Politics Project

Texas Sports
Enemkpali named Senior CLASS Award Second-Team All-American
Nneka Enemkpali, Student: African and African Diaspora Studies

KVUE
Cruz rockets upward following 2016 campaign launch
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Medical Express
A new look at language delay in children with autism
Richard Meier, Linguistics

Popular Science
Women are less likely to harm one person to help many
Bertram Gawronski, Psychology

Science 2.0
Would you kill Hitler as a child? The reason men and women have different answers
Bertram Gawronski, Psychology

Bringing Deformed Forth
Lady 8 and the sign of ineffable
Doug Bruster, English