July 27, 2018

7/23/18

Pune Mirror
How to disagree with your boss
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

The Register Citizen
A classic piece of advice on being a good boss is just as useful today as it was when it was originally published in 1974
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

WGBH
After Supreme Court punts on gerrymandering, Democrats make it a campaign issue
Texas Politics Project

Entrepreneur
Why you shouldn’t feel guilty if your to-do list only gets longer
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO 

The Atlantic
An enormous study of the genes related to staying in school
Paige Harden, Psychology

7/24/18

WNYC
Trump’s Iran tweets; France’s World Cup win; Political crisis in Nicaragua & Haiti; Breaking Olympic barriers
Peniel Joseph, History

New York Times
Jezebel
Jane Austen’s first buyer? Probably a prince she hated
Janine Barchas, English

LSE USCentre
Another reason Democrats will have difficulty retaking the U.S. Senate this fall: Republicans’ historical advantage in holding open seats
Sean Theriault, History

The Economic Times
Stress may adversely affect your intelligence: Here’s how you can fix it
David Yeager, Psychology

The Cuero Record
SUCD seeks to assist transition
IUPRA

7/25/18

The Texas Tribune
In re-election bid, Attorney General Ken Paxton emphasizes record as Democrat seizes on indictment
Texas Politics Project

Office of the Texas Governor
Governor Abbott appoints nine to Rehabilitation Council of Texas
Michael Ebbeler; Government and Economics alumnus

Barbados Today
A World Cup ‘win’ for Africa
Peniel Joseph, History

7/26/18

The Texas Tribune
KERA
San Antonio Current
As more states legalize marijuana, advocates see signs suggesting Texas may move that way
William Kelly; Sociology and Texas Politics Project

IOL
7 reasons why dating apps are becoming obsolete
David Buss, Psychology

NBC – DFW
Texas Attorney General candidate race heats up
Texas Politics Project

Observer
Beto O’Rourke drops first campaign ad shot entirely with iPhone footage
Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
Competing views of academic freedom at UT land before appeals court
Lisa Moore, Mia Carter and Jennifer Glass; English and Sociology

7/27/18

Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Jacob Bundrick: Resist the Urge
Nathan Jensen, Government

Austin American-Statesman
Ken Paxton’s indictments, now 3 years old, are a campaign issue
Texas Politics Project

Texas Standard
News roundup: ‘Selena for Sanctuary’ concert in NY draws Texas musicians
Sandra Black, Economics

July 20, 2018

7/14/18

Politico Magazine
Beto O’Rourke’s risky gamble on health care
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

NBCDFW 5
Valdez Campaign Makes Three North Texas Stops
Texas Politics Project

7/15/18

KVUE
Texas This Week: Judge Kavanaugh nominated to Supreme Court
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project 

7/16/18

CNN
France’s World Cup win is a victory for immigrants everywhere
Joseph Peniel, History

Tulsa World
People & Places: Foundation for Excellence honors top teachers
H.W. Brands, History

Texas Public Radio
Will Texas voter see any other statewide debates ahead of midterm elections?
Texas Politics Project

My Statesman
Abbott has $29 million in campaign cash heading into fall
Texas Politics Project

My Statesman
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has huge fundraising advantage over Mike Collier
Texas Politics Project

Texas Standard
Are economic incentives a good deal for taxpayers?
Nathan Jensen; Government

The Santiago Times
Trump’s Immigration Policy and Why Americans Distrust Government
H.W. Brands, History

KERA News
Top Stories: Fundraising successes for seven Texas Democrats; Denton Fair plans expansion
Nathan Jensen; Government 

7/17/18

KXAN
Texas Democrats have the money to make races competitive in November
Joshua Blank, Texas Politics Project

The Berkshire Eagle
Great Barrington: Historian to speak on Western democracy
Jeremi Suri, History

The Washington Post
Africa cannot ride on France’s World Cup success
Joseph Peniel, History

The Chronicle
After Stunning World Cup Victory, Migrants Also Rejoice
Joseph Peniel, History

Time
The Deep History Behind Barack Obama’s Speech for the Centennial of Nelson
Joseph Peniel, History

My Statesman
Texas democrats far behind in money race for statewide office
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

KTSA
Summertime and the reading is easy
H.W. Brands, History

Dallas News
Angela Paxton, Phillip Huffines spent $12M in Collin County Senate race, priciest in state history
Daron Shaw, Government

Common Dreams
What do novelist Stephen Kind and Texas Democrat Beto O’Rourke have in Common? They both want Ted Cruz out of the Senate and Trump Impeached
Texas Politics Project

7/18/18 

Marketplace
Your birth order could have an effect on your future earnings
Sandra Black, Economics

The Cap Times
Jeremi Suri: Trump’s words and actions caused a constitutional crisis
Jeremi Suri, History

Inquirer.net
National Purity
Joseph Peniel, History

Dallas News
Political red meat: Are proposals to abolish ICE as unrealistic as calls to dissolve the IRS?
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Government

Time
The U.S. Government had Nelson Mandela on Terrorist Watch Lists Until 2008. Here’s Why
Joseph Peniel, History 

7/19/18

NBC
Lupe Valdez, Texas Democrat running for governor, undaunted by odds
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto; Government,

AG Web
Dumb and Dumber: Hot Dog water for $28.85
Art Markman, Psychology

Echo Press
Letter to the Editor: Constitution is straightforward, plain English
Denise Spellberg, History

7/20/18

KVUE
Texas politicians remain silent after President Trump’s Russian interference comments
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

CGTN America
Why people are moving to some states and not others
Nathan Jensen, Government

Politifact Texas
Texas Republicans say poll shows Ted Cruz leading Beto O’ Rourke by just 2 percentage points
Daron Shaw, Jim Henson, Joshua Blank; Texas Politics Project

Yahoo
Ted Cruz shows his game face to Jimmy Kimmel and his human side to voters
Texas Politics Project

Texas Public Radio
Texas Matters: Transparency & Death Row – What’s to hide?
Texas Politics Project

Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly
Fort Wayne falls short in reproductive health
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

July 13, 2018

7/7/18

The New York Times
For Whom the Trump Tolls
Art Markman, Psychology

The Washington Post
How casual daily interactions protect your health
Karen Fingerman, Population Research Center

7/08/2018

Self
Am I a Selfish Person? I Set Out to Find Out
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

Chicago Tribune
President or czar: When legacy do presidents leave?
H.W. Brands, History

KLBJ Newsroom
Public education gets low marks in poll
Texas Politics Project 

7/09/2018

Politico Magazine
Beto-mania Sweeps Texas
Texas Politics Project

Pacific Standard
Cities and States spend a ton to woo big companies. Is it money well spent?
Nathan Jensen, Government

TPR
U.S. 5th Circuit Set to Hear Lawsuit Challenging Texas’ Campus Carry Law
Jennifer Glass, Lisa Moore and Mia Carter; Sociology, English, Women’s and Gender Studies 

7/10/2018

New York
Can a Democrat Ever Win in Texas?
Texas Politics Project

SF Gate
The Washington Post
Police killings affect black mental health, study saysChristen Smith, Anthropology

7/11/2018

CNN
The hypocrisy at the of heart Trump’s rancher pardon
Joseph Peniel, History

Newsmax
Ted Cruz Strikes Back at Stephen King
Texas Politics Project

Dallas Morning News
Ted Cruz raises $4M in 2nd quarter, report says. Will he catch up to Beto O’Rourke?
Texas Politics Project

Texas Tribune
KUT
KBTX-TV
Fox 7
KSAT ABC 12
Dallas Morning News
NBCDTW 5
Star-Telegram (AP)
Lubbock Avalanche Journal (AP)
107.1 KTSA 550 (AP)
KWTX 10
Chicago Sun Times
Appeals Court Hears University of Texas Campus Carry Case
Jennifer Glass, Lisa Moore, Mia Carter; Sociology, English, Women’s and Gender Studies

Business Insider
23 creative ways states are keeping women from getting abortions in the US – that could erode Roe v. Wade without repealing it
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Teen Vogue
Study Shows Police Shootings Are Hurting Black People’s Mental Health
Christen Smith, Anthropology

The Atlantic
ABC 13 News Now
BBC News
Earliest evidence of humans outside Africa
John Kappelman, Anthropology 

7/12/2018

Dallas Morning News
Dallas offers Nokia $4.8 million to move headquarters 3 miles from Las Colinas, jobs from Plano
Nathan Jensen, Government

Cosmos
Out of Africa, into China
John Kappelman, Anthropology

Texarkana Gazette
Weatherford Democrat
Athens Daily Review
News4SA
Federal appeals court hears arguments on Texas campus carry law
Jennifer Glass, Lisa Moore, Mia Carter; Sociology, English, Women’s and Gender Studies

NM State KRWG TV/FM
A Texas Grassroots Miracle: O’Rourke Raises &10.4 Million From 215,000+ Donors
Texas Politics Project

Boulder Weekly
Pot PAC targets a Sessions worse that Jeff
Texas Politics Project

Vox
Beto O’Rourke is blowing Ted Cruz out of the water in fundraising
Texas Politics Project

The New York Times
The Chart That Shows the Supreme Court Will Be Out of Step With the County
Stephen A. Jessee, Political Science

Bloomberg Opinion
Why Republicans Acquiesce to Trump’s Politics of Destruction
Jonathan Bernstein, Political Science

KUT
Why Flip-Flopping Isn’t So Bad
Art Markman, Psychology

Zloto News
Fox News Poll: Jury’s out on Kavanaugh, voters want Senate vote before midterms
Daron Shaw, Government 

7/13/2018

HuffPost
A Democrat (!) has a decent chance of becoming Texas’ next Attorney General
Texas Politics Project

The Gilmer Mirror
Beto O’Rourke raises a record-breaking $10.4 million from 215,714 individual contributions during the second quarter without a dime from PACS
Texas Politics Project

Fox 7
Science in Film: ‘Eighth Grade’
David Yeager, Psychology

Fox News Radio
Professor and Director of Fox News Poll, Daron Shaw & Professor of International Politics Daniel W. Drezner
Daron Shaw, Government

The Free Weekly
Credible Fret and Netflix and Kill
David Buss, Psychology

July 6, 2018

6/30/18

Observer-Reporter
Winston, Brady: Two punishments but not the same outcome
Texas Politics Project

Bustle
PsychCentral
Narcissists Have More “Mental Toughness” Than Others, According to New Research, May Be More Set Up For Success
Margherita Malanchini, Population Research Center

My San Antonio
Your Turn: July 1
H.W. Brands, History

Los Angeles Times
Mexican voters going to the polls in historic elections that have been marred by vote-buying and violence
Kenneth Greene, Government

7/1/2018

Everything Lubbock
State of Texas: Lawmakers search for school safety solutions
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

Yahoo News
Dallas Morning News
The Grio
This student was stripped of her valedictorian title — and it may have cost her a year of college tuition
Destiny Brannon, incoming liberal arts freshman

7/2/18

Chron.com
Justin Nelson depicts Republicans ghosting Ken Paxton in new campaign ad
Texas Politics Project

News4 San Antonio
Why you should unplug and digitally detox on your next vacation
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

TEPSA
Texas Think State Leaders Falling Short on Public Ed, UT/TT Poll Finds
Texas Politics Project

KXAN
Lawmakers search for school safety solutions
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

SI News
What’s the deal with ‘Dutch Studies’?
German, Scandinavian, and Dutch Studies

7/3/2018

The Dallas Morning News
We’re just as patriotic as the other side’: Valdez celebrates Democratic values at rural campaign office
Texas Politics Project

Palestine Herald-Press
Party platforms support shift in Texas’ marijuana laws
Texas Politics Project

AXIOS
Go deeper: The women leading immigration policy activism
Texas Politics Project

7/4/2018

The Washington Post
America’s nonviolent civil rights movement was considered uncivil by critics at the time
Joseph Peniel, History

The Nation
Our Founders Showed Greater Respect for Islam Than Trump and the Supreme Court
Denise Spellberg, History

Care2
5 Health Benefits of Journaling
James Pennebaker, Psychology

AXIOS AM
1 big thing: Women organizers drive pop-up border protests
Texas Politics Project

KLTV
BET: Hierarchy of sports may be changing in the U.S.
Texas Politics Project

7/05/2018

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
Using Cognitive Science to Change Your Behavior with Art Markman
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

Breaking News Report
America’s nonviolent civil rights movement was considered uncivil by critics at the time
Peniel Joseph, History

Longview News-Journal
GOP Sen. Cruz cruises into Longview with re-election campaign, touts Supreme Court choice
Texas Politics Project

National Review
The Foxxconn Plant is a Bad Deal for Wisconsin Taxpayers
Nathan Jensen, Government

7/06/2018

New York Post
How Roe v. Wade has saved women’s lives
Texas Policy Evaluation Project 

Hood County News
U.S. Senate candidate addresses overflow crowd
Texas Politics Project