May 31, 2019

5/25

The Keene Sentinel
Expert on small communities tapped to send off second Radically Rural summit
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

Lake Effect
Lafe effect weekend: National Veterans Theater Festival, ‘Break the Mold,’ Bubbler talk
Joanna Pepin, PRC

5/26/19

Houston Chronicle
On Memorial Day, who remembers?
Tom Palaima and Al Martinich, Classics and Philosophy

5/27/19

Houston Chronicle
How Texas Republicans made their case to women voters this legislative session
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

5/28/19

Inc.
Want to be more persuasive? A new study says do this 1 simple thing
Andrew Whinston, Economics

Clemson Newsstand
Should Earthlings colonize the final frontier? Ethicists weigh in
John Traphagan, Religious Studies and Anthropology

GQ
Presidential ambitions might kill the Democrats’ chance of retaking the Senate
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

5/29/19

Business 2 Community
The psychology of managing your career
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

5/30/19

Acerus Pharma
Yahoo Finance
Acerus signs license agreement to nasal technology with University of Texas at Austin
Bob Josephs, Psychology

Voice of America
Mueller makes first public comments on Russia probe
Shannon Bow O’Brien, Government

My San Antonio
The once-forgotten greatest generation
Maggie Rivas-Rogriguez, Mexican American Studies

Washington Post
Clarence Thomas tried to link abortion to eugenics. Seven historians told The Pose he’s wrong
Phillipa Levine, History

The Punch
Falola to deliver Babcock’s convocation lecture
Toyin Falola, History and AADS

Politico
Even if Roe is upheld, abortion opponents are winning
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Texas Standard
Julian Castro was shaped by two cultures and his accent shows it
Lars Hinrichs, Linguistics

Inside Science
Another pair of eyes does see different things
Mary Hayhoe, Psychology and Center for Perceptual Systems

5/31/19

BBC
What does your bedroom say about you?
Sam Gosling, Psychology

New Mexico Political Report
It’s getting worse: The IRS now audits poor Americans at about the same rate as the rich
Day Manoli, Economics

2 Guys on Your Head
The psychology of advice
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

Salon
Scholars rip apart Clarence Thomas’ new anti-abortion screed: “A gross misuse of historical facts”
Phillipa Levine, History

May 24, 2019

5/18/19

Reform Austin
Holding elected officials accountable
Texas Politics Project

ScienceAlert
Twin study shows exams aren’t the only way to accurately assess kids at school
Margherita Malanchini, PRC

Axios
The future of forgetting
Jarrod Lewis-Peacock, Psychology 

5/19/19

San Antonio Express News
Integration progress incomplete 65 years after Brown
Richard Reddick, African & African Diaspora Studies

5/20/19

WPSU Radio
Democracy Works: Why demagogues are more common than you think
Patricia Roberts-Miller, Rhetoric & Writing

Dallas Morning News
Being mayor now in vogue, so can Scott Griggs, Eric Johnson be next Pete Buttigieg?
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

The Texas Observer
The $9 billion school finance problem in Speaker Bonnen’s backyard
Nate Jensen, Government

Dallas Morning News
Texas Legislature down to crunch time, daylight saving time lives on, being Dallas mayor is in vogue
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

U.S. News & World Report
Medscape
Measles cases surge in 2019, reaching 880 in 24 states
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

The Texas Monitor
Texas Senate on track to close Boeing-sized public-information loophole
Nate Jensen, Government

Ladders
The 3-step evening ritual that will make you happy
James Pennebaker, Psychology

5/21/19

Thrive Global
How to journal to create emotional activity
James Pennebaker, Psychology

Voice of America
Trump returns to ‘Spygate’ to rally supporters
Shannon Bow O’Brien, Government

Texas Standard
A few Republican lawmakers are speaking out against Donald Trump, in some cases to their detriment
Sean Theriault, Government

Lifehacker
You don’t need all the qualification listed in a job posting
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

Bloomberg
Mom was right. Politeness pays
Andrew Whinston, Economics

5/22/19

Considerable
The 25 US countries at the highest risk for a measles outbreak next
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

The Texas Observer
Texas Legislature set to (slightly) expand medical marijuana access
Texas Politics Project

CNN
Beto O’Rourke made things personal in his CNN town hall
Peniel Joseph, History

New York Times
Should the Electoral College Be Eliminated? 15 States Are Trying to Make It Obsolete
Sanford Levinson, Government and Plan II

CNN
Beto O’Rourke made things personal in his CNN town hall
Peniel Joseph, History

New York Times
Should the electoral college be eliminated? 15 states are trying to make it obsolete
Sanford Levinson, Government and Plan II

5/23/19

Austin American-Statesman
KXAN
Patch
UT spending $50 million to collaborate with Army Futures Command
Alan Friedman, English

2 Guys on Your Head
Magic
Art Markman, Psychology & HDO

Medscape
Half of US States now report measles cases
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

5/24/19

Waco Tribune-Herald
Austin American Statesman
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Amarillo Globe-News
On Memorial Day, who remembers?
Tom Palaima and Al Martinich, Classics and Philosophy

Pulse
6 Trips to Plan for the Best Vacation Sex of Your Life
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

May 17, 2019

5/11/19

Well+Good
Volunteer opportunities you might not have thought of, based on your interests
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Speakers highlight mental, medical benefit of marijuana at annual Fort Worth march
Texas Politics Project

Wall Street Journal
The surprising boost you get from strangers
Karen Fingerman, Psychology and Texas Aging & Longevity Center

austin360
NBC 5
Measles outbreak study
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

5/12/19

New York Times
U.S. News & World Report
Austin American-Statesman
Washington Post
AP Explains: Militias have patrolled US border for decades
Maria Esther Hammack (grad student), History

Hot Air
Measles outbreak study
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

EurekAlert
The Guardian
Teachers predict pupil success just as well as exam scores
Margherita Malanchini, Population Research Center (PRC)

Healthline
Here’s Where a Measles Outbreak Is Most Likely to Occur in the U.S.
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

5/13/19

Newsweek
HealthDay
Political controversies could fuel bullying of LGBT youth
Stephen Russell, Sociology and PRC

Science Daily
Phys.ord
The Independet
Teachers predict pupil success just as well as exam scores
Margherita Malanchini, PRC

Columbia Journalism Review
The dangerous power of Trump’s ‘fairy tale’ nicknames
David Beaver, Linguistics

Valley Town Crier
Lagging behind, Julian Castro needs a moment
Texas Politics Project

The Glen Rose Reporter
Texas House passes bill to vastly expand access to medical cannabis
Texas Politics Project

My San Antonio
Dan Patrick is wrong about marijuana
Wiliam Kelly, Sociology and Texas Politics Project

Inside Higher Ed
The shape of higher ed to come
Steven Mintz, History

The Scientist
Sun Sentinel
Measles outbreak study
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy 

5/14/19

WJCT News
SciTech Europa
Measles outbreak study
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

The Policy Agenda
The Great Broadening with Bryan Jones, Sean Theriault and Michelle Whyman
Bryan Jones and Sean Theriault, Government

Bloomberg
Study suicide like any other public health problem
David Buss, Psychology

Stanford Social Innovation Review
The significance of four centuries of black labor
Peniel Joseph, History

Sentinel Colorado
Help end Colorado’s Posse Incontinentata reign of terror by getting this recall thing over
Texas Politics Project

This Is Democracy
Contemporary segregation and exclusion in American society
Peniel Joseph, History

Education Week
KXAN
Futurity
Heated debate about minority rights can increase bullying of LGBTQ students, study finds
Stephen Russell, Sociology and PRC 

5/15/19

Digital Journal
Love Factually unravels attachment style dating
David Buss, Psychology 

5/16/19

Romper
Texas Monthly
Measles outbreak study
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

Business Day
Suicide, why some people go through with it
David Buss, Psychology

Texas Public Radio
Bill face their fate as the sun sets on the 2019 Legislature
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

Romper
Dear mom worried about abortion access: I see you
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Texas Standard
An Argument for Decriminalizing Marijuana Possession
William Kelly, Sociology

Houston Chronicle
Austin American-Statesman
Commentary: 15 years after marriage equality, still work to do in Texas
Lisa Moore, English, LGBTQ Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies

5/17/19

The Hill
The value of a liberal arts education is more than most know
Deborah Beck, Classics

2 Guys on Your Head
What’s the difference between happiness and joy?
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

LubbockOnline
Patrick out of step with majority’s view to decriminalize marijuana
Bill Kelly, Sociology and Texas Politics Project

May 10, 2019

5/4/19

San Luis Obispo Tribune
Texas researcher interviews abortion patients at clinics
Elsa Vizcarra, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Austin American-Statesman
El Paso Times
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is wrong about marijuana decriminalization
William Kelly, Sociology

5/5/19

CNN
RIP: John Singleton
Peniel Joseph, History

Bradenton Herald
Texas researcher interviews abortion patients at clinics
Elsa Vizcarra, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Washington Post
Columbus brought measles to the New World. It was a disaster for Native Americans.
Alfred Crosby (deceased), History

5/6/19

Houston Chronicle
With irate email, gas exec raises more questions about $580M tax break program
Nate Jensen, Government

Texas Tribune
Texas House passes bill to vastly expand access to medical cannabis
Texas Politics Project

5/7/19

TribTalk
The polling told you so: The sales tax trial balloon plummets to earth
Jim Henson and Josh Blank, Texas Politics Project

New York Times
What, exactly, do we mean by ‘democracy’ anyway?
Stanford Levinson, Plan II and Government

Texas Tribune
Bill to reinstate Texas A&M and UT football game never gained ground
Texas Politics Project

KUT
ABC 12
Texas House passes bill to vastly expand access to medical cannabis
Texas Politics Project

5/8/19

Fortune
Fox 6 Now
PR Newswire
Married women do more housework than single moms, study finds
Joanna Pepin, Population Research Center

Austin American-Statesman
Opportunity to fix Texas’ marijuana laws is going up in smoke
Texas Politics Project

CBS 19
Bill to reinstate Texas A&M and UT football game never gained ground
Texas Politics Project

CBS 7
Texas House passes bill to vastly expand access to medical cannabis
Texas Politics Project

Houston Public Media
Researcher interviewed 600 women at Texas abortion clinics
Elsa Vizcarra, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

5/9/19

Waco Tribune-Herald
Bill to reinstate Texas A&M and UT football game never gained ground
Texas Politics Project

The Daily Texan
With over 600 interviews, UT researchers evaluate impact of Texas legislation on abortion care
Elsa Vizcarra and Joseph Potter, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Houston Chronicle
Dan Patrick is wrong about marijuana
Bill Kelly, Sociology

Big Jolly Times
Texas Republicans betrayed their small government principles by punting on marijuana reform
Texas Politics Project

Ladders
Study finds that married women do more housework than single moms because of gender norm pressure
Joanna Pepin, Population Research Center

Chicago Tribune
AJC
Miami Herald
NBC 10
KVUE
EurekAlert
Orlando Sentinel
MedPage Today
Business Insider
CNN
Measles outbreak study
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

5/10/19

2 Guys on Your Head
Creating space for joy in your life
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

Reporter News
Dan Patrick is wrong about marijuana
William Kelly, Sociology and Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
Facebook hiring surge turns Austin into key hub for social media agent
Nate Jenson, Government

Hawaii News Now
Evanston Now
Concho Valley
U.S. News & World Report
Futurity
Patch
The New York Times
Business Insider
Fox 35 Orlando
Measles outbreak study
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

KXAN
See which Texas districts and private schools have high vaccine exemption rates
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

May 3, 2019

4/27/19

Inside Higher Ed
Are today’s students more psychologically fragile than in the past?
Steven Mintz, History

4/28/19

Brazosport Facts
Unseating John Cornyn won’t come cheap
Texas Politics Project

The Dallas Morning News
Civic engagement is the key to making our democracy ‘glow with justice and shine with beauty’
Peniel Joseph and Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, History and Government

Sputnik
Misery Index: Human unhappiness up 2nd year in a row – Gallup Report
Ricardo Ainslie, LLILAS, Classics and Mexican American Studies 

4/29/19

The Dallas Morning News
More Latinos voted in 2018, but so did everyone else, census data shows
Josh Blank, Texas Politics Project

Fast Company
When stepping outside of your comfort zone is a bad idea
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO

Atlanta Daily World
“Boss: The Black Experience in Business” explores the history of African American entrepreneurship
Juliet Walker, History

Houston Chronicle
This researcher interviewed 600 women at Texas abortion clinics. Here’s what she saw.
Elsa Vizcarra, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

CNN
John Singleton’s virtuoso vision of black life
Peniel Joseph, History

Huffington Post
Austin American-Statesman
Texas House votes to lower marijuana possession penalties
Josh Blank, Daron Shaw, Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project and Government

4/30/19

The Slot
Militias, Militarism, and Masculinity at the Border: ‘This is a story that dates much, much further back’ than Trump
Harel Shapira, Sociology

Austin American-Statesman
Patrick says pot bill dead, but supporters vow to push on
Texas Politics Project

Houston Chronicle
Dan Patrick should let Texas Senate debate drug reform
Texas Politics Project

5/1/19

Texas Monthly
Exclusive Excerpt: Oscar Càsares’s border novel ‘Where We Come From’
Oscar Càsares, English and Mexican American Studies

San Antonio Express-News
Debate sharpens over paid sick leave ordinances in Texas House
Texas Politics Project

5/2/19

Texas Monthly
Takeaways from Emerson’s Texas Senate and Presidential poll
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

5/3/19

Austin American-Statesman
Session likely to end with little change to Texas marijuana laws
Jim Henson, Texas Politics Project

2 Guys on Your Head
Eyewitness accounts
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO