Nov. 25, 2016

11/18/16

Daily Texan
Trump marks first super-president
Tom Palaima, Classics

Austin American-Statesman
Proposed Mexican-American studies textbook decried as ‘racist’ scrapped
Emilio Zamora, History

The Times
Spirit matters: Regain spiritual strength through the pen
James Pennebaker, Psychology

11/19/16

KHOU
KVUE
Long awaited African American monument unveiled at capitol
Eric McDaniel, Government

The Valdosta Daily Times
H.W. Brands: The General vs. The President
H.W. Brands, History

Asia One
What the state of your desk says about you
Sam Gosling, Psychology

11/20/16

Austin American-Statesman
ABC
The New York Times
The Washington Times
Spartan Echo
Mikaila V. Smith, Austinite studying at UT, picked as Rhodes scholar
Mikaila Smith, Plan II

KXAN
State of Texas: In depth – border splurge
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

11/21/16

New York Daily News
The Hail Mary pass that could deny Donald Trump the presidency: It’s up to you, electors
Jeffrey Tulis, Sanford Levinson and Jeremi Suri; Government and History

Dallas Morning News
Four things evangelical Trump supporters should keep in mind
Terrance Green, African & African Diaspora Studies

Texas Public Radio
What does it mean to be racist?
Richard Reddick, African & African Diaspora Studies

Becker’s Hospital Review
BBC names 21 women in health, science & tech to its ‘100 women 20160 list
Cindy Meston, Psychology

11/22/16

U.S. News & World Report
The Sentinel
WTSP
Education secretary urges states to ban corporal punishment in schools
Elizabeth Gershoff, Population Research Center

Eurasia Review
U.S. voting results show serious split in American society – analysis
H.W. Brands, History

Dallas Morning News
The risks of meddling with Obamacare while the nation’s health is on the line
Jacqueline Angel, Sociology

KEYE
UT researcher finds health insurers discriminating against some patients
Michael Geruso, Economics

Yahoo!
Is election stress causing people to gain the ‘Trump 15’?
Art Markman, Psychology

11/23/16

KUT
Mexican-American studies text raises questions about textbook adoption process
Emilio Zamora, History

The Chronicle of Higher Education
What it’s like to be named to watch list of ‘anti-American’ professors
Joan Neuberger, History

Medium
Stop, drop and pay retail workers what they’re worth while your benefitting from Black Friday
Shetal Vohra-Gupta, IUPRA

11/25/16

We are the city
Work etiquette: Should co-workers be friends on Facebook?
Art Markman, Psychology

Nov. 18, 2016

11/12/16

Corpus Christi Caller-Times
AZ Central
How they scared us about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
Aberto Martinez, History

Dallas Morning News
Is America becoming Alabama of the 1960s?
Bryan Jones, Government

Boston Globe
So which other president does Trump call to mind?
H.W. Brands, History

KXAN
State of Texas: In depth – Poll problems and post-election anger
James Henson and Art Markman; Texas Politics Project and Psychology

Austin American-Statesman
Nicaraguan poet, revolutionary Ernesto Cardenal to visit Austin
LLILAS

Houston Chronicle
Electoral College: Is this the best way to elect a president?
Michael Mosser, Government

The Verge
Analysis of post-9/11 blogs show the worst emotional shock eases in about two weeks
James Pennebaker, Psychology

POLITICO
The Black Swan president
Peniel Joseph, History

TWC
Golden Knights take flight, parachute into DKR stadium
Ben Fizzell; Army ROTC and Government (alumnus)

11/13/16

Dallas Morning News
We must make sacrifices for the health of our democracy
Jeremi Suri and Mark Eaker, History

The Daily Northwestern
Northwestern professors research race, class inequalities on national task force
Juliet Hooker, Government

11/14/16

University of Arkansas
Professor to speak on post-9/11 terror research
Ami Pedahzur, Government

The Globe and Mail
Making America white again: The ‘white lash’ that carries Trump
Kevin Cokley, IUPRA

El Paso Inc.
The graying gender gap
Deborah Umberson, Population Research Center

Texas Public Radio
Why Nationalism has surged worldwide
Jeremi Suri, History

WUNC
NPR
Is Donald Trump’s sun ‘cliché’ rising or setting on his new website
H.W. Brands, History

NPR
All hail the presidential also-rans
H.W. Brands, History

11/15/16

Green Biz
Does your company have a presidential transition strategy?
David Spence, Government

PR Newswire UK
Snapping selfies and pics improves your holiday memories by up to 40%
Art Markman, Psychology

20 minutos
El pronombre “yo” y su relación con la muerte
James Pennebaker, Psychology

San Antonio Express-Bews
Controversial Mexican-American textbook ‘offers hatred,’ state board members say
Emilio Zamora, History

Texas Tribune
State Board of Education set to vote on Mexican-American studies book
Emilio Zamora, History

Political Science Now
Meet new council member, Juliet Hooker of University of Texas at Austin
Juliet Hooker, Government

Tnooz
Travelers who take selfies remember their trips better, study claims
Art Markman, Psychology

11/16/16

The Daily Texan
Longhorns in love: Professors find love between the pages
John Gonzalez and Patricia Garcia; English and CMAS

Waco Tribune
Patience, empathy crucial in hearing out our political opponents
Alberto Martinez, History

NBC
Texas rejects Mexican-American studies textbook seen as racist
Emilio Zamora, History

Yahoo!
How World War III could begin in Latvia
Paul Miller, Government

TWC
EPA loosens grip on Texas’ coal power regulations
David Spence, Government

BYU Radio
Terror and detention, bird flight origin, Will and Jane
Janine Barchas, English

11/17/16

cnn
Why young people are ‘focus of hate’
Peniel Joseph, History

Travel and Tour World
More the selfies, better you remember the trip, claims study
Art Markman, Psychology

The Federalist
Americans will accept Islam once the left stops giving it special privileges
M.G. Oprea, French & Italian alumna

The Hill
Coal industry looks to Trump for lifeline
David Spence, Government

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Error-filled textbook shelved. Now what?
Emilio Zamora, History

TWC
Texans top list of possible picks for president-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet
Sean Theriault, Government

Science Daily
Insurers use high drug costs to deter some Obamacare patients, economist says
Michael Geruso, Economics

Nov. 11, 2016

11/5/16

Houston Chronicle
Renewing our national strength will require sacrifices by us all
Jeremi Suri, History

Kickass news
Historian H.W. Brands on the epic rivalry between Truman and MacArthur
H.W. Brands, History

The New York Times
Few answers for the family of a U.S. soldier slain in Jordan
Jimmy Moriarty, Economics alumnus

Aljazeera
Trump, Clinton and the great jobs challenge
James Galbraith, Government

11/6/16 

Dallas Morning News
When safe spaces aren’t safe
Lise Ragbir, The Warfield Center

Herald Net
Go big to unify nation
Jeremi Suri, History

11/7/16

CNN
The lessons to learn from Trump voters
Peniel Joseph, History

The Conversation
Voters in Texas, North Carolina, Ohio and Florida are changing the swing state map
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

SBS
Zika virus prompts increase in unsafe abortions in Latin America
Abigail Aiken, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The Texas Tribune
Season of speculating on Trump effect in Texas is over
Texas Politics Project

Arizona Daily Star
New president must reach out to other side to help heal bitter divisions
Jeremi Suri, History

Straits Times
Inspiring Singaporeans to go for their dreams
Joseph Schooling, Economics

APM Reports
Black love stories
Daina Ramey Berry, History

Philly.com
What will young voters do?
Bethany Albertson, Government

Vox
Offensive political dog whistles: You know them when you hear them. Or do you?
Behtany Albertson, Government

11/8/16

Quartz
Latinos are coming out to vote in droves, and it’s not just because of Donald Trump’s offensive rhetoric
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Concho Valley
Race for the White House could influence elections in Texas
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

The Daily Texan
Student elections forecaster predicts presidential election outcome
Texas Politics Project

Dallas Morning News
This campaign season presented a culture of anti-intellectualism that hurt universities
Eddie Chambers, Warfield Center

The Bulletin 225
There’s another reason a Clinton win would be historic, and it has nothing to do with being a woman
Jeremi Suri, History

Billings Gazette
New president must reach out to other side to help heal bitter divisions
Jeremi Suri, History

The Financial Express
New USA study condemns corporal punishment
Elizabeth Gershoff, Population Research Center

RT
New emissions cheating device found in Audi vehicles?
James Galbraith, Government

Houston Chronicle
School corporal punishment should be banned
Elizabeth Gershoff, Population Research Center

The Daily Texan
Professors debate whether students should vote
Bethany Albertson, Government

11/9/16

cnn
Black voters didn’t fail Hillary Clinton
Peniel Joseph, History

TWC
Women hope to shatter glass ceilings following election
Jeremi Suri, History

The Daily Texan
American Studies has its 75-year anniversary at UT
Steven Hoelscher, American Studies

Middle East Eye
Anxious Americans vote in highly polarized election
Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Government

Bloomberg
Trump’s unthinkable victory is a tonic for disaffected Americans
H.W. Brands, History

Yahoo!
Five lessons 1828 holds for a Trump presidency
H.W. Brands, History

San Antonio Express-News
Presidential election leaves American psyche red, white and bruised
Art Markman, Psychology

Right Side News
An important post-election message about media polling
Daron Shaw, Government

11/10/16

San Antonio Express-News
Veterans teach meaning of sacrifice
Jeremi Suri and Mark Eaker; History

The Daily Texan
Texas voters view Black Lives Matter unfavorably, supported proposed tran ‘bathroom bill’
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Dallas Morning News
Widening political rift in red Texas reflects national division
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

The Daily Texan
English assistant professor Donna Kornhaber named Academy Film Scholar
Donna Kornhaber, English

The Daily Star
Daily Mail
Californians call for a ‘Calexit’ after U.S. Election
Eric McDaniel, Government

Harvard Business Review
3 ways to better understand your emotions
James Pennebaker, Psychology

11/11/16

Austin American-Statesman
We can all learn from the wisdom of the aged
Tom Palaima, Classics

Time
How public art can be a powerful protest
Lise Ragbir, Warfield Center

The Chronicle of Higher Education
A humbling of higher ed
Daniel Bonevac, Philosophy

The Washington Post
When the president went to war against his own general
H.W. Brands, History

KUT
Understanding the election results and looking ahead
Art Markman, Psychology

New York Magazine
How to (kind of) Master your Neuroticism
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Nov. 4, 2016

10/29/16

Valley Morning Star
Texas voters feeling high anxiety over electionJames Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
UT/TT Poll: Texas voters grade top officials and institutions
James Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

Consumnes Connection
Mrs. Trump says she’d focus on social media
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Early vote numbers signal high interest for 2016 cycle
James Henson, Texas Politics project

Corpus Christi Caller-Times
A deeply divided nation needs the next president to go big
Jeremi Suri, History

10/30/16

WFAA
Inside Texas Politics
Texas Politics Project

CNN
The privileges of protesting while white
Peniel Joseph, History

Austin American-Statesman
Carmen Aristegul, renowned Mexican journalist, to speak at UT
LLILAS

10/31/16

The Texas Tribune
UT/TT Poll: Bathrooms, the Constitution and other hot Texas issues
James Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

The Federalist
Russia thinks the Cold War is back, but Americans aren’t paying attention
M.G. Oprea, French & Italian alumna

University Herald
University English professors promote William Shakespeare and Jane Austen hard at work
Janine Barchas, English

Time
What “Loving” can show us about multiracial parenting
Lise Ragbir, the Warfield Center

KERA
UT/TT Poll: The mood of Texas voters, economically speaking
James Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

KUT
UT/TT Poll: Bathrooms, the constitution and other hot Texas issues
James Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

Houston Chronicle
Cruz, Cornyn focus on Senate Republicans, not Trump
Sean Theriault, Government

KXAN
Texan voters concerned about election security
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

The Dallas Morning News
A deeply divided nation needs the next president to go big
Jeremi Suri, History

11/1/16

Dallas Morning News
The Monitor
The meaning of Day of the Dead is changing
Pilar Zazueta, LLILAS

The Texas Tribune
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
UT/TT Poll: Texas voters wary of those they perceive as outsiders
James Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

The Texas Tribune
Breitbart
UT/TT Poll: In Texas, sharp division on Black Lives matter movement
James Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Poll shows stands on bathrooms, Constitution, other hot Texas issues
James Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

Olean Times Herald
Sun Sentinel
New president must reach out to other side to ehp heal bitter divisions
Jeremi Suri, History

KBTX
Focus at four: Statewide poll offers insight into Texas voters’ attitudes
Texas Politics Project

The Texas Tribune
UT/TT Poll: Straight from the pollsters
Texas Politics Project

KUT
UT/TT Poll: In Texas, share division on Black Lives Matter movement
James Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

The Hill
Hungry teens constantly face humiliation
Laurie Green, History

Houston Chronicle
How turnout happens
Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Government

11/2/16

TribTalk
What the UT/TT Poll tells us about Texans’ support for Donald Trump
James Henson and Joshua Blank, Texas Politics Project

The New York Times
Houston Chronicle
Health Line
Npr
New York Daily News
U.S. News and World Report
WebMD
Children gain weight faster over summer break than in school
Paul von Hippel; Sociology and PRC

Science Daily
PsyPost
Psychology researchers map neurological process of learning, deciding
Alison Preston, Psychology

The Daily Texan
Study reveals implicit gender bias in recommendation letters
Art Markman, Psychology

Knowledge @ Wharton
Why it no longer pays to work for a larger firm
Ken-Hou Lin, Sociology

Valley Central
UT/TT Poll: The mood of Texas voters, economically speaking
James Henson and Daron Shaw; Texas Politics Project and Government

San Antonio Current
Poll: Texas Republicans are wary of Muslims and Black Lives Matter, very concerned about voter fraud
Texas Politics Project

11/3/16

Go Upstate
Bitter divisions await the winner
Jeremi Suri, History

The Diane Rehm Show
Reports of lower early voting turnout among African Americans
Tasha Philpot, Government

The Washington Post
Should corporation be able to sue foreign governments? The U.S. could owe billions
Rachel Wellhausen, Government

Scicasts
Researchers map neurological process of learning, deciding
Alison Preston, Psychology

Yahoo!
Pro-Trump super PAC back in the fray – this time in Spanish
Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Government

NBC
These 3 swing states show the diversity of ‘the Latinos’
Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Government

BABW
Hindustan Times
The time of year your child will likely gain weight? The answer may shock you
Paul von Hippel; Sociology and PRC

The Monitor
Why millennial don’t vote
Bethany Albertson, Government

The Daily Texan
KLRU hosts discussion of UT Tower shooting impact on the history of guns
Jeremy Suri, History

Journalist Resource
Blue-collar communities and high school training: Outcomes for young women
Chandra Muller, Sociology

Bennington Banner
Upcoming events at Williams College
Omaris Zamora; African & African Diaspora Studies and Spanish alumnus

Christian Science Monitor
Lifezette
Child obesity rises in summer vacations: Report
Paul von Hippel; Sociology and the Population Research Center

Austin 360
Why Beyoncé needed to be at the CMAs
Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley, African & African Diaspora Studies

11/4/16

Huffington Post
Unaccompanied minors flow out of Central America under weak border enforcement
Nestor Rodriguez, Sociology

Dallas Morning News
Do you miss Obama yet? The Texas economy has thrived under the Democratic president
James Galbraith, Government

KUOW
The General Vs. The President
H.W. Brands, History

The New York Times
An American in a strange land
Lisa Moore, English

Apex Tribune
Parent Herald
SRJ News
The summer break brings extra pounds
Paul von Hippel; Sociology and the Population Research Center

The Washington Post
FBI director James Comey has a long history of ignoring the truth
Amanda Woog, IUPRA

Journalism in the America
Attacks on journalists in Mexico are symbol of damaged democracy, says Carmen Aristegui
LLILAS

Texas Sports
No. 2 Men’s Swimming and Diving falls to No. 3
Joseph Schooling, Economics student