Jan. 27, 2017

1/21/17

San Antonio Express-News
Report: Women had less access to abortion services after Texas law enacted
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Dallas Morning News
The first black president passes the torch, but his legacy lives on
H.W. Brands, History

1/22/17

Psych Central
One-night stand regrets may differ for men and women
David Buss, Psychology

Military Technologies
Abortions in Texas dropped dramatically after restrictions
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

1/23/17

Dallas Observer
New study reveals concrete effects of Texas’ repealed anti-abortion law
Joseph Potter, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Civilized
NewsBlaze
Women are more likely to regret one-night stand. Can you guess why?
David Buss, Psychology

Arizona Daily Star
Daily Mail
U.S. News & World Report
UPI
Phys.org
North Dallas Gazette
Early family deaths may create a ‘grief gap’ for blacks
Debra Umberson, Population Research Center

1/24/17

CBS
The Japan Times
Asian News International
New Kerala
Blacks more exposed to family deaths than whites
Debra Umberson, Population Research Center

Houston Chronicle
Treat criminal justice like a business
Bill Kelly, Sociology

1/25/17

Big Country
The brief: Trump promises ‘big day’ on border wall
Texas Politics Project

Houston Chronicle
Abbot applauds Trump moves on immigration
Texas Politics Project

Los Angeles Times
U.S. abortion rate drops to a new low, but there’s a fight over why
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

1/26/17

The Daily Texan
Twitter uses must be wary of its effects on political debate
Bethany Albertson, Government

Lost Angeles Times
How do you say ‘lowlife’ in another language? Trump’s tweets lose much in translation
David Quinto-Pozos, Linguistics

Shape
Things you didn’t know about your own willpower
Art Markman, Psychology

Houston Press
UT researchers find travel distance to abortion clinic directly impacts access
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The New York Times
Bloomberg
Business Insider
Little girls doubt that women can be brilliant, study shows
Rebecca Bigler, Psychology

Texas Public Radio
San Antonio and Southwest research in favored position as driverless cars develop
Chandra Bhat, Economics

1/27/17

The Atlantic
How Trump’s executive orders could set America back 70 years
Jeremi Suri, History

Science
Results of the 2016 election of AAAS officers
Ronald Angel, Sociology

KUT
The myth of choice
Art Markman, Psychology

The Intercept
Texas is leading the right-wing crusade against Planned Parenthood
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Jan. 20, 2017

1/14/17

KUT
Why you should say ‘yes’
Art Markman, Psychology

1/15/17

Nigeria Today
A consequential era comes to a close
Peniel Joseph, History

North Dallas Gazette
Bill would put minimum wage vote in Texas on November ballot
Texas Politics Project

The Rebel
Political correctness cancels Trump-supporting prof’s moral ethics course
Daniel Bonevac, Philosophy

Texas Monthly
How “America’s Team” became South Texas’s team
Joel Huerta, American Studies alumnus

1/16/17

Dallas Morning News
The Virgin Islands Daily News
What Martin Luther King Jr. might think about our Nation today
Kevin Cokley, IUPRA

Business Insider
9 things you can do today to be more productive tomorrow
Art Markman, Psychology

Here & Now
OPB
Martin Luther King Jr. and President Obama: A look at their legacies
Peniel Joseph, History

CBS
How different priorities in House, Senate could impact legislative session
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

KXAN
Texas lawmakers keep close eye on soon-to-be-president Trump
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Texas Tribune
What does racial justice mean in the 21st century?
Peniel Joseph, History

CNN
What MLK might say to Donald Trump
Peniel Joseph, History

Washington Examiner
A particularly ugly Martin Luther King Day op-ed
Peniel Joseph, History

1/17/17

Quartz
“The snowflakes need to be shaken up a bit”: America’s colleges brace for the age of Trump
Daniel Bonevac, Philosophy

CNN
Farewell Ringling Bros., but the circus isn’t dead
Janet Davis, American Studies

Waco Tribune
Trump gets one chance to fix matters before our polarized nation
Jeremi Suri, History

Community Impact Newspaper
Austin ISD to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. with speakers, musical performances
Peniel Joseph, History

1/18/17

The Daily Texan
Psychology professor talks human mating strategies
David Buss, Psychology

Raw Story
Texas women who get abortions would lose voting rights if Republican lawmaker has his way
Sanford Levinson; Government and Plan II

Winston-Salem Journal
Mount Airy mayor apologizes for controversial comments about African-Americans
Kevin Cokley, IUPRA

San Antonio Express-News
Laredo Morning Times
In cabinet, where diversity occurs is important
Amy Liu, Government

Campus Reform
UT students to flaunt ‘ungrabbable assets’ at ‘Twerkshop’
Women & Gender Studies

1/19/17

Houston Chronicle
Fewer Texas women have abortions if they must travel a long way
Joseph Potter, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Dallas Morning News
Texas women say they’ll march to protest Trump – and honor their own
Mia Carter, English

The Telegraph
One night stands: Women regret them, men regret not having more, and evolution is to blame
David Buss, Psychology

NBC
UCSF
The Guardian
Texas Tribune
The Austin Chronicle
Texas abortions declined as clinics got farther away
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Wisconsin Public Radio
War and peace: A look at America’s future under President Trump
Jeremi Suri, History

Time
The reason why abortion rates are dropping
Joseph Potter, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Phys.org
Medical Daily
One-night stand regrets
David Buss, Psychology

The Grio
‘Our children can become president, too:’ Obama’s presidency was a dream realized
Kevin Cokley, IUPRA

Texas Monthly
Feminism, pro-lifers, and the Women’s March
Texas Politics Project

1/20/17

Business News Daily
Does telecommuting really improve work-life balance?
Jennifer Glass, Sociology

Dallas Morning News
Mexico braces for Trump presidency
Ricardo Ainslie; CMAS, LLILAS

Patch
News-Medical
Greater distance between health clinics prompted by Texas legislation led to abortions drop
Joseph Potter, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Study Breaks
Why Liz Schasel, a Plan II student at UT, is biking from Austin to Anchorage
Liz Schasel, Plan II student

LifeNews
Texas pro-life law cut abortions 50% before the Supreme Court overturned
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Counsel & Heal
Men and women have different casual sex regrets
David Buss, Psychology

KUT
Why we say yes and no
Art Markman, Psychology

NBC
Latinos usher in a new era: It’s President Trump
Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Government

Jan. 13, 2017

1/7/17

The Guardian
Barack Obama forever changed Black America
Peniel Joseph, History

Self
Learning how to have productive fights made me a better wife
Art Markman, Psychology

The University Star
The professor watch list is a dangerous solution to a not-so-dangerous problem
Joan Neuberger, History

San Antonio Express-News
You’re rich so you must be smart? Not necessarily
Daniel Fridman; Sociology and LLILAS

1/9/17

The Buzz
As Florida again poised to consider campus-carry, Texas offers recent example
Pauline Strong; Anthropology and Humanities Institute

WalletHub
2017’s states with the most racial progress
Kevin Cokley, IUPRA

Dallas Morning News
Celebrity deaths in 2016 reflect troubling mortality trends
Karen Fingerman, Psychology

Austin American-Statesman
Dallas Morning News
Psychology Today
What must be emphasized in Trump’s inaugural address?
Jeremi Suri, History

Austin American-Statesman
Why Greg Abbott and Ted Cruz met with the President of Taiwan
Jeremi Suri, History

Yahoo!
Kendall Jenner shared her struggle with anxiety – here’s why we need to listen
Art Markman, Psychology

1/10/17

KXAN
Discussion of legalizing marijuana could come this session
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Will nation-building end on Jan. 20? Maybe. Maybe not.
Jason Brownlee, Government

Time Warner Cable News
The new battlefront: Cyberspace
Jeremi Suri, History

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Has Georgia achieved more racial progress than any other state in the nation?
Kevin Cokley, IUPRA

CNN
Obama out, sessions in? A day spotlights America’s contradictions on race
Peniel Joseph, History

ArkLaTex
Texas’ 85th legislative session begins
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

1/11/17

Dallas Morning News
Trump gives no reason to believe
Jason Brownlee, Government

UT News
The notion that having achieved wealth is a reflection of a certain kind of “smarts” is wrong
Daniel Fridman; Sociology and LLILAS

Rivard Report
What Trump must emphasize in his inaugural address
Jeremi Suri, History

NBC
Latino Pulse: Obama bids adios with optimism, warning on race
Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Government

Gant News
The weirdest presidential transitions in history, explained
H.W. Brands, History

Dallas Morning News
Dallas writers got a lesson form four Austin masters last night
H.W. Brands, History

1/12/17

Houston Chronicle
Changing attitudes on transgender issue, one teacher at a time
Texas Politics Project

The Desert Sun
California looks to build legal ‘firewall’ to combat Trump administration
H.W. Brands, History

CNN
Meet Dina Powell, Ivanka Trump’s woman in the White House
Dina Habib Powell, Humanities alumna

1/13/17

Psychology Today
Martin Luther King: What do you think of our Nation today?
Kevin Cokley, IUPRA

Kera
Obama ends fast-track citizenship for Cuban immigrants landing on U.S. soil
Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Government

Texas Observer
New bill aims to make abortion a felony in Texas
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Jan. 6, 2017

1/1/17

Alcalde
Up for the challenge
Sean Theriault, Government

Alcalde
January|February 2017 good reads
Art Markman, Psychology

1/2/17

Daily News
New year, New you!
Art Markman, Psychology

The Star Online
2017 promises to be a year of VR and high-tech music
Art Markman, Psychology

Patch
Scientific year in review: Top University of Texas at Austin research findings in 2016
John Kappelman and Daniel Conroy-Beam; Anthropology and Psychology

1/4/17

The Undefeated
Winning isn’t the only thing: Caring for black student-athletes
Leonard Moore; History, African & African Diaspora Studies and the Center for African American Studies

Austin American-Statesman
Punitive practices do not keep children safer at school
Jack Day, Population Research Center

1/6/17

Los Angeles Times
Texas may be in for a fight over transgender bathrooms like the one raging in North Carolina
Texas Politics Project

KUOW
The importance of memorization
Art Markman, Psychology

Pro-Market
Labor market monopsonies and the decline of the labor share: Q&A with Sandra Black
Sandra Black, Economics

Austin American-Statesman
How was Austin’s weather in 2016? Weirdly warm and wet
Troy Kimmel, Geography & the Environment

WalletHub
Should kids of cell phones? Experts pick sides
Robert Crosnoe, Sociology