July 29, 2016

7/23/16

Killeen Daily Herald
2 area men heading to Democratic convention
Texas Politics Project

CNN
What’s fueling the Republican
Peniel Joseph, History

Sofrep News
80 dead and 207 wounded from Islamic State, attack on protest is Kabul
Desiree Huitt, Middle Eastern Studies alumna

7/24/16

The Telegraph
Meet John Hanke, the eccentric, board game-loving visionary who runs the mysterious firm behind Pokémon GO
John Hanke, Plan II alumnus

The Washington Times
50 years ago, the unthinkable became thinkable
James Pennebaker, Psychology

7/25/16

Quartz
Can’t quit saying ‘um’ and ‘ah’? Just learn how to use them better
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Houston Chronicle
Farm bill’s subsidies don’t hit right targets
Raj Patel, LLILAS

Fortune
In politically polarized U.S., state secession talk gains steam
Sanford Levinson; Plan II and Government

Undark
Zika at the Olympics? The risk is low, a anew study finds
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

The Washington Post
Omaha World-Herald
First ladies have always been powerful. Now they don’t have to pretend otherwise.
Lewis Gould, History

Inside Higher Ed
Higher ed gamma: Challenges and opportunities
Steven Mintz, History

NBC
Turmoil greets democratic convention but 3 Latino delegates look ahead
Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

7/26/16

Austin American-Statesman
Addressing fear must be part of Democrats’ game plan
Bethany Albertson, Government

Poltiifact
How Trump plans to build, and pay for, a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border
Nestor Rodriguez; Sociology and LLILAS

Forbes
The inside story of Pokémon GO’s evolution from Google castoff to global phenomenon
John Hanke, Plan II alumnus

7/27/16

The Week
How to use writing to overcome anxiety, tragedy, or heartache
James Pennebaker, Psychology

The Hindu
Trump tops polls but that doesn’t count, yet
Christopher Wlezien, Government

News Fix
UT Austin launches website to promote transparency on deaths of people in Texas police, jail, custody
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

The Texas Tribune
KHOU
WFAA
CivSource
Univision
RT
Report finds almost 7,000 in-custody deaths in Texas
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

Austin American-Statesman
Will Texas Republicans dislike Clinton as much as they dislike Obama?
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Grits for Breakfast
New Texas death-in-cutody data online
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

7/28/16

Austin American-Statesman
What’s the message of the candidates’ theme music?
Tom Palaima, Classics

KUT
Report finds almost 7,000 in-custody deaths in Texas
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

The Atlantic
7,000 deaths in custody
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

Dallas Observer
UT debuts comprehensive database of individuals who died in state custody
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

New York Daily News
NBC San Antonio
Nearly 7,000 people died in Texas police and jail custody in the past decade, report finds
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Online database first of its kind in tracking Texas inmate deaths
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

Houston Chronicle
Nearly 7,000 died in Texas police custody in the last decade
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

Fast Code Sign
Brainstorming is dumb
Art Markman, Psychology

Harvard Business Review
The antidote to our anxious times is a learning mindset
David Yeager, Psychology

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Trump and Hitler
Jeremi Suri, History

Yahoo!
Beauty and the brain: Is it harder for attractive women to be taken seriously?
Art Markman, Psychology

7/29/16

The Washington Post
The complex life & death of Ken Saro-Wiwa
Toyin Falola, History

The Seattle Times
Vocational training benefits men more than women, study suggests
Amanda Bosy, Sociology PhD candidate

Daily Kos
Database of Texas deaths in custody launched
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

Vox
Anxiety about terrorism advantages Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump
Bethany Albertson, Government

Fortune
How Clara labs co-founder Maran Nelson overcame her fear of failure
Maran Nelson, Psychology former student

Slate
New histories of the Texas Tower shootings, 50 years later
Joan Neuberger, History

Greek Reporter
Greek academics issue complaint against U.S. Economics professor for aiding in Varoufakis’ Plan X
James Galbraith, Government

Politifact
Austin American-Statesman
Cicil Richards makes half true claim about Barack Obama winning with record gender gap
Daron Shaw, Government

July 22, 2016

7/16/16

The Huffington Post
Will Trump use the convention to broadcast a more moderate image?
Tasha Philpot; Government and African & African Diaspora Studies

Dallas Mroning News
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Amarillo Globe-News
Fatal encounters: Suspects’ death rise across Texas even as arrests drop
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

The Washington Post
Chicago Tribune
Houston Chronicle
Poll: Majority of Americans think race relations are getting worse
Peniel Joseph, History

Elgin Courier
Elgin salutatorian shares story to inspire others
Vanessa Rodriguez, Incoming government student

7/18/16

The Hindu
Still I rise!
Kamran Ali; Anthropology, Asian Studies and Middle Eastern Studies

The Globe and Mail
Lost in the rhetoric of race are too many lost lives
Kevin Cokley; Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis and African & African Diaspora Studies

USA Today
Trump faces major challenges with Hispanic voters
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Mexican American & Latina/o Studies

The Texas Tribune
Houston Public Media
Houston Chronicle
Scholars and activist lambast proposed Mexican-American studies textbook
Emilio Zamora, History and Mexican American Studies

Texas Observer
The scholarly reviews are in on the ‘deeply offensive’ Mex-Am studies text
Emilio Zamora, History and Mexican American Studies

The Washington Post
Who is David Clarke Jr.? And why are so many Republicans excited about this Democrat?
Juliet Hooker, Government

The Dallas Morning News
GOP convention speakers: if you want order and stability, vote for Trump
Bruce Buchanan, Government

UT News
The ultimate summer reading guide
Art Markman, Psychology

The Hunstville Item
Deaths of suspects under arrest rise across Texas
Amanda Woog, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

7/19/16

Inside Higher Ed
The right to ban arms
Lisa Moore, Mia Carter and Jennifer Glass; English and Sociology

Daily Mail
The same genes could make you prone to happiness AND depression
Chris Beevers, Psychology

Austin American-Statesman
Republicans have a moral obligation to oppose Trump at convention
Jeremi Suri, History

The Washington Post
Why there are so many conspiracy theories about the Turkish coup
Kimberly Guiler, Government

Fox Business
UFC’s Dana White to deliver fighting words at RNC
John Hoberman, Germanic Studies

The New York Times
High stakes for Trump as all eyes turn to Cleveland
Daron Shaw,

The Dallas Morning News
The ongoing battle to educate kids about everything non-whites have given society
Emilio Zamora, History and Mexican American Studies

CNN
KBZK
The problem with blaming Black Lives Matter
Peniel Joseph, History

Bloomberg
Trump’s shaky coronation conflicts with law-and-order image
Christopher Wlezien, Government

Houston Chronicle
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Republicans have a moral obligation to oppose Trump
Jeremi Suri, History

KVUE
Melania Trump plagiarized Michelle Obama in speech
Evan Carton, English

Valley Morning Star
La Feria in search of next city manager
Esmeralda Sanchez, Psychology alumna

The Huffington Post
A textbook that paints Mexican-Americans as lazy could be coming to a school near you
Emilio Zamora, History and Mexican American Studies

Texas Monthly
Texas’s PokéWoes
John Hanke, Plan II alumnus

KPPC
After more doping allegation, should all Russian athletes be banned from the Olympics?
John Hoberman, Germanic Studies

7/20/16

Business Standard
The Scientists
There’s no genetic line between happiness, depression
Chris Beevers, Psychology

USA Today
Former bitter Trump rival Ted Cruz to take stage at GOP convention
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Science Alert
The same genes can make us happy or depressed, say psychologists
Chris Beevers, Psychology

Smithsonian Magazine
Lucifer has long had his hands in politics
L. Michael White; Religious Studies and Classics

7/21/16

The New York Times
The apotheosis of Donald Trump
Jeffrey Tulis, Government

Retail Dive
Wal-Mart moves to eliminate eight new chemicals from shelves
Andrea Gore, Psychology

USA Today
Ted Cruz’s non-endorsement brought attacks, but long-term impact unclear
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Christian Science Monitor
Could president Trump purge the government of Obama appointees?
Sean Theriault, Government

NBC
GOP latinos see vulnerability for Crux who said he’s not a ‘Servile Puppy Dog’
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies; Texas Politics Project

7/22/16

Politifact
Nearly ‘180,000 illegal immigrants’ have criminal records but haven’t been deported
Nestor Rodriguez, Sociology

KVUE
Trump lashes out at Cruz after RNC
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

The New York Times
Clinton continues to take voters of color of granted
Peniel Joseph, History

LLILAS Faculty Blog
Has latin American populism come to the U.S. With Donald Trump?
Joseph Straubhaar, LLILAS

July 15, 2016

7/9/16

The Texas Tribune
NBC Rio Grande Valley
NBC East Texas
Dallas attack tests city’s progress in police relations
Kevin Cokley, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

Tap Into
Parents, advocates, call on Babies’r’us to protect babies from toxics
Andrea Gore, Psychology

The Globe and Mail
For change to happen, Americans must confront the pain of black history
Peniel Joseph, History

The Guardian
Dallas shootings: the latest chapter in a painful racial history
Peniel Joseph, History

7/10/16

San Antonio Express-News
Dumpster fire election could spark record gender gap
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

7/11/16

The Good Men Project
Dr. Franklin, I presume? The founder who could have been our “founding physician.”
H.W. Brands, History

npr
On Point: Why are American parents so unhappy?
Jennifer Glass, Sociology and the Population Research Center

The Texas Tribune
Rick Perry on Trump’s border wall: Never going to happen
Texas Politics Project

Fox 7
Aftermath of police shootings
Peniel Joseph, History

Business Insider
The CEO behind ‘Pokémon GO’ explains why it’s become such a phenomenon
John Hanke, Plan II alumnus

The Conversation
Slow Death: Is the trauma of police violence killing black women?
Christen Smith; Anthropology and African & African Diaspora Studies

7/12/16

Dallas Morning News
Should the Dallas police have used a robot to kill the sniper?
Paul Woodruff, Philosophy

UT News
Genetics play role in character traits related to academic success, study says
Elliot Tucker-Drob; Psychology and Population Research Center

Houston Chronicle
Slow death: Is the trauma of police violence killing black women?
Christen Smith; Anthropology and African & African Diaspora Studies

Big Country
Big country man is CEO, founder of Pokémon GO company
John Hanke, Plan II alumnus

Folger
Recreating the Boydell Gallery
Janine Barchas, English

The Monitor
Religious ideologies should not be used as a campaign tool
Eric McDaniel, Government

Science Daily
Science Codex
Medical Xpress
Genetics play role in character traits related to academic success
Elliot Tucker-Drob; Psychology and the Population Research Center

Abilene Reporter-News
Pokémon GO company led by Cross Plains’ Hanke
John Hanke, Plan II alumnus

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Dallas Morning News
Should Dallas police have used a robot to kill the sniper?
Paul Woodruff, Philosophy

Yale News
In memoriam: J. Michael Holquist, scholar of Slavic language and literature
J. Michael Holquits, former Chair of the Department of Slavic & Eurasian Studies

7/13/16

The Root
Hillary Clinton’s speech may finales tart that long-overdue conversation on race
Peniel Joseph, History

Reuters
The America he knows – Obama on the nation’s fractured racial landscape
Peniel Joseph, History

Chicago Now
Are your personal dating preferences really useful?
Daniel Conroy-Beam and David Buss, Psychology

Inside Higher Ed
How to choose a (Machiavellian?) leader
Maurizio Viroli, Government

Providence Journal
Keeping the peace in a militarized culture requires a militarized police force
Paul Woodruff, Philosophy

Austin Monitor
Alter planning to run for District 10 seat
Jeremi Suri, History

Fox News
Trump trails Clinton in Colorado
Daron Shaw, Government

Fox Business
Clinton tops trump in Virginia, key battleground state
Daron Shaw, Government

The Hill
New poll: Clinton leads Trump in Virginia
Daron Shaw, Government

The India Tribune
Thank your genes, not school, for academic success
Elliot Tucker-Drob; Psychology and the Population Research Center

7/14/16

Pro Publica
Behind the Supreme Court’s abortion decision, more than a decade of privately funded research
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Cosmopolitan
Our obsession with flat bellies needs to stop
Devendra Singh, former Psychology professors

Austin Business Journal
UT grad behind Pokémon GO craze sweeping the nation
John Hanke, Plan II alumnus

The Daily Texan
UT students launch startup to streamline patient health data management
Mack Dowdall, Economics

7/15/16

Atlantic
How girls in blue-collar communities are being left behind
April Sutton, Amanda Bosky and Chandra Muller; Sociology

24/7 Sports
The CEO of the company that developed Pokémon GO is a Texas grad
John Hanke, Plan II alumnus

KXAN
UT professor breaks down significance of military coup in Turkey
Jeremi Suri, History

Lawyers and Settlements
University of Texas professors fight for gun-free classrooms
Lisa Moore, Mia Carter and Jennifer Glass; English and Sociology

Austin American-Statesman
You can thank the University of Texas for Pokemon GO
John Hanke, Plan II alumnus

Texas Observer
The Texas miracle #13: Would Jesus say Black Lives Matter?
Peniel Joseph, History

July 8, 2016

7/2/16

Austin American-Statesman
Moral conscience is hard to find in the limelight
Tom Palaima, Classics

Herald Net
Buffett-backed abortion researchers messed with Texas and win
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

7/3/16

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Felony charge often reduced for domestic abusers
Noel Busch-Armendariz, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

The Daily Texan
Study shows teaching teens about social, personality changes helps with stress
David Yeager, Psychology

Omaha
Warren Watch: Before the Brexit vote, Buffett cast his own vote for stability
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The New York Times
Why tech support is (purposely) unbearable
Art Markman, Psychology

Democrat & Chronicle
Faith: RIT professor travels to Iraqi Kurdistan
Andrea Hickerson, Middle Eastern Studies alumna

Houston Chronicle
How Ben Franklin stayed healthy
H.W. Brands, History

7/4/16

TWC
Ellie Wiesel: Remembering a survivor, his voice
Jeremi Suri, History

Alaska Dispatch News
Why tech support is (purposely) unbearable
Art Markman, Psychology

Austin American-Statesman
Austin’s Jennifer Aldoretta talks menstruation with Humans with Periods
Shannon Cavanagh, Sociology

Austin American-Statesman
UT Tower shootings: The forgetting Aug. 1, 1966
James Pennebaker, Psychology

7/5/16

Reader’s Digest
The psychology of picking a president: What your brain says about your vote
H.W. Brands, History

The Federalist
The moral collapse of the Republican Party
Paul Miller, History

Houston Chronicle
I’m Hindu. I know my textbook was wrong.
Kavita Pallod, Psychology alum

Time
Women and children are political pawns in the Zika funding battle
Abigail Aiken; Population Research Center and the Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The Christian Science Monitor
Speaking politics word of the week: Codel
Sean Theriault, Government

Bustle
11 signs you might need a major life change
Art Markman, Psychology

Alternet
Sorry, Texas secessionists: Why the Lone Star state can’t pull off a “Texit”
Eric McDaniel, Government

The Wall Street Journal
Do 401(k) providers favor their own funds?
Clemens Sialm, Economics

7/6/16

Chicago Tribune
The biggest lie that American parents tell
Jennifer Glass, Sociology

The Atlantic
Why do so many graduate students quit?
Sociology

Dallas Morning News
Houston Chronicle
Inside Higher Ed
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Patch
The Texas Tribune
The Huffington Post
One America News Network
Three UT professors sue to block campus carry law
Mia Carter, Lisa Moore, Jennifer Glass; English and Sociology

KVUE
How viewing violence can impact society
Kevin Foster; African & African Diaspora Studies, Center for African & African American Studies, Anthropology

The Texas Tribune
The Q&A: Keffrelyn Brown
Keffrelyn Brown; African & African Diaspora Studies, Center for African & African American Studies, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

TPR
Frenemies
Martha Menchaca, Anthropology

7/7/16

Fox News
Fox News Electoral Map: Clinton has 2016 edge, but many toss-ups in play
Daron Shaw, Government

The Federalist
U.S. Negligence is feeding ISIS’ global appeal
M.G. Oprea, French and Italian

The Texas Tribune
Divided anti-abortion groups map new strategies
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

United States Politics and Policy
How Latino immigration may be making the U.S. less tolerant of violence
Mary Rose, Texas Politics Project

Duke University Press
Scholarship should be fund, dammit!
Janine Barchas, English

The Huffington Post
One America News Network
The Washington Post
Time
The Guardian
KVUE
U.S. News&World Report
Washington Examiner
MSN
University of Texas Professors sue to block guns in classrooms
Lisa Moore, Mia Carter and Jennifer Glass; English and Sociology

Dallas Morning News
Change police training tactics to stop shootings of black men
Kevin Cokley, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

Reuters
A day of horror and martyrs
Peniel Joseph, History

Rio Grande Guardian
Texas is vulnerable to effects and implications of ‘Brexit’
Saroj Bhattarai, Economics

Austin American-Statesman
Turtles, not guns
Matthew Sherman, Germanic Studies

Breitbart
Kids raised by same-sex couples twice as likely to be depressed, fat adults
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Austin American-Statesman
The Monitor
One-party state government in Texas is a problem for every single Texan
Paul Stekler, Government

7/8/16

The Texas Tribune
Dallas attack tests city’s progress in police relations
Kevin Cokley, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis

Self
As a black woman, I refuse to watch any more viral videos of black people dying
Art Markman, Psychology

Austin American-Statesman
Dallas shootings a tipping point in national angst over race, police?
Art Markman, Psychology

Boston Globe
We need much more than soul searching
Peniel Joseph, History

TWC
Protests are symptom of continued racial inequality
Peniel Joseph, History

Houston Chronicle
Should Texas adopt right-to-die laws?
Sheldon Ekland-Olson, Sociology

Business Insider
Mindless words can betray whether you’re romantically interested in your date – and scientists built a computer program to find them
James Pennebaker, Psychology

July 1, 2016

6/25/16

KXAN
Brexit may be bigger than Britain
Jeremi Suri, History

Valley Morning Star
Alumni Watch
Quentin Hayle, Religious Studies student

Politico
How Brexit will change the world
James Galbraith, Government

6/26/16

TDT News
Allen honored for dedication to folklife
Virginia Raye Allen, Plan II and American Studies alumna

Republican American
Abortion pill requests spike in Zika outbreak countries
Abigail Aiken, Population Research Center (TexPEP)

6/27/16

Austin American-Statesman
Poll: Donald Trump has single digit lead over Hilary Clinton in Texas
James Henson and Joshua Blank, Texas Politics Project

Texas Tribune
UT Poll: Trump leads Clinton by 8 in Texas
Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
Ted Cruz slides in poll leaving Greg Abbott king of the Texas GOP
Texas Politics Project

Dallas Morning News
Fewer than half of Bernie Sanders backers in Texas say they’ll vote for Clinton, poll shows
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

KLBJ
UT Texas Politics Poll: a vote for Trump is a vote against Clinton
Daron Shaw and James Henson; Government and Texas Politics Project

KVUE
UT poll: Trump leads Clinton 41-33 in Texas
Texas Politics Project

The Hill
Less than half of Sanders fans in Texas would back Clinton
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

FiveThirtyEight
We study what makes people more illiberal. But what makes them more conservative?
Daron Shaw, Government

Dallas Morning News
Five months out, Trump’s lead over Clinton in Texas is about what you’d expect
Texas Politics Project

USA Today
Pro-choice college students have win in SCOTUS Texas ruling
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

KXAN
UT poll: Texans favor Trump over Clinton
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Houston Press
The supreme court strikes down the Texas abortion law HB2
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

San Antonio Express-News
Trump leads Clinton by only single digits in Texas survey
Daron Shaw and James Henson; Government and Texas Politics Project

Huffington Post
Why parents in the US have the biggest ‘happiness gap’
Jennifer Glass; Sociology and the Population Research Center

NBC
Why supreme court immigration decision is the best possible outcome
Victoria Defrancesco Soto; Government and Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

Feminist Current
Is the ideology of the transgender movement open to debate?
Robert Jenson, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

Huffington Post
Brexit, more bad news for black women
Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley, African & African Diaspora Studies

Amarillo Globe-News
If Brexit can happen, can Texit?
Eric McDaniel; Government the Center for African and African American Studies

The Guardian
Strict Texas abortion law overturned in major supreme court ruling
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The Week
Amid the Zika crisis, women are turning to the internet for abortions
Abigail Aiken, Population Research Center (TexPEP)

Healio
Abortion requests increasing throughout latin America following Zika warnings
Abigail Aiken, Population Research Center (TexPEP)

6/28/16

New Books Network
Unsettled: Cambodian refugees in the NYC hyperghetto
Eric Tang; African & African Diaspora Studies, Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis, and the Center for Asian American Studies

Dallas Morning News
Texas would serve its residents well in letting them choose between life and death
Sheldon Ekland-Olson, Sociology

Everything Lubbock
Texans top concern is immigration and border security, new poll says
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Free Republic
UT/Texas Politics Project poll (Trump 41%, Clinton 33%)
James Henson and Joshua Blank, Texas Politics Project

Houston Chronicle
Most Texas voters support Trump’s border wall and Muslim ban, poll says
James Henson and Joshua Blank, Texas Politics Project

WFAA
UT poll: Most Texas voters support banning Muslims, building border wall
Texas Politics Project

Dallas Morning News
Most Texans voters support Trump’s border wall and Muslim ban, poll says
James Henson and Joshua Blank, Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
Texas GOP shares Trump views on wall, deportations and Muslim ban
James Henson and Joshua Blank, Texas Politics Project

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
UT poll: Most Texas voters support banning Muslims, building border wall
Texas Politics Project

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Texas should follow California’s lead and pass right-to-die laws
Sheldon Ekland-Olson, Sociology

Medical Daily
Parents in the US are less likely to be happy, thanks to lack of work hours
Jennifer Glass; Sociology and the Population Research Center

Mesquite Local News
Cell phone distractions
Richard Murphy, Economics

Univision
Cómo se beneficiarán las latinas del fallo de la Corte Suprema que acabó con las restricciones al aborto en Texas
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Philly.com
Not kidding: Childless couples happier
Jennifer Glass; Sociology and the Population Research Center

The Conversation
What’s lost when we photograph life instead of experiencing it?
Rebecca Macmillan, English student

Madame Noire
Surprised? A study says interracial friendships decline as kids get older
Keffrelyn Brown; AADS, CWGS, CAAS

Dallas Morning News
We’re failing women amid the Zika crisis
Abigail Aiken, Population Research Center (TexPEP)

Midland Reporter-Telegram
UT poll: Most Texas voters support banning Muslims, building border wall
Texas Politics Project

TWC News
Capital Tonight: Zika funding stalled and the future of Texas’ abortion fight
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

6/29/16

Fox News
Fox News poll: Clinton up by 6 points, 89 percent say ‘hot-headed’ describes Trump
Daron Shaw, Government

Huffington Post
The ancient roots of liberty
Jonathan Kaplan, Middle Eastern Studies

Houston Chronicle
Texas Politics Project poll: Trump 41, Clinton 33
Texas Politics Project

The Texas Tribune
Most Texas voters support Trump’s border wall and Muslim ban, poll says
Texas Politics Project

Texas Monthly
The state of Texas: Ken Paxton weighs in on Fort Worth bathroom battle
Texas Politics Project

The Washington Post
Abortion providers in places like Texas are heroically courageous
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Think Progress
The scientists behind this week’s big SCOTUS victory for abortion rights
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Cornell Chronicle
Science Daily
Blue-collar training in high school leaves young women behind
Chandra Muller, Amanda Bosky and April Sutton; Sociology

Fox 7
Latest poll from UT/Texas Politics Project
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

KXAN
Poll: Rising number of Texans support banning Muslim immigrants
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

NTA
Abortion requests rise amid Zika fears
Abigail Aiken, Population Research Center (TexPEP)

Bloomberg
Women in America’s blue-collar communities face the biggest pay gap
April Sutton, Sociology alumna

U.S. News & World Report
Women losing out on career and technical education
April Sutton, Sociology alumna

Norman Transcript
U.S. parents suffer a happiness penalty
Jennifer Glass; Sociology and the Population Research Center

KERA
Top stories: Keeping bats safe from wind turbines; poll shows Texans opinions split by politics
Texas Politics Project

The Wall Street Journal
Few top schools require history majors to broadly study U.S.’s past
History

National Right to Life
Missing what the polls really tell us about the public opinion on abortion
Daron Shaw; Government and Texas Politics Project

6/30/16

Project Q
Trans population in Texas second-biggest in U.S.
Texas Politics Project

Abilene Reporter-News
Texas is vulnerable to aftermath of Brexit
Saroj Bhattarai, Economics

National Right to Life
Reporters uncritically accept pro-abortion “research”
Texas Policy Evaluation Research

Life Site
Homosexuals face greater health risks than heterosexuals: study
Mark Regnerus, Sociology

The Washington Free Beacon
Top ranked colleges don’t require history majors to study U.S. History
History

Mineral Daily News-Tribune
If you’re worried about Amexit and Texit, don’t be
Eric McDaniel, Government

Bizpac Review
Trump loses Republican support in Fox News poll- there are 4 words people are saying about him
Daron Shaw, Government

Newsday
Pacific trade issue a wedge between Obama, Clinton
Daron Shaw, Government

Big Country
Texans top concern is immigration and border security, new poll says
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Reuters
From the civil-rights struggle to Black Lives Matter, John Lewis blazes the trail
Peniel Joseph, History

Houston Chronicle
Ryan’s Texas fundraiser is about more than Trump
Texas Politics Project

7/1/16

Bloomberg
Buffett-backed abortion researchers messed with Texas and won
Joseph Potteer, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Parent Herald
Zika virus update: Abortion in Zika-affected countries increase; government issues health alerts to pregnant women
Abigail Aiken; Population Research Center (TexPEP)

KUT
How to avoid the isolation that comes with hearing loss
Art Markman, Psychology

The Conversation
Dr. Franklin, I presume? The founder who could have been our “founding physician”
H.W. Brands, History

Bustle
Hillary Clinton hitting Donald Trump on foreign policy is wasting her breath
Shannon Bow O’Brien, Government

Everything Lubbock
Most Texans don’t like presidential choices, poll says
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Dallas Morning News
Will Texas turn blue? Not this election but maybe down the road
Texas Politics Project

Scroll.in
The surrogacy story: Beyond the  Bollywood babies is an industry that needs regulation
Vrinda Marwah, Sociology student

San Antonio Express-News
Hispanic women most affected by abortion restrictions, data shows
Texas Policy Evaluation Project