May 8, 2020


Poll: Donald Trump, Joe Biden tied in Texas
Daron Shaw, Government 
Community Impact Newspaper
Keller, Roanoke, Northeast Fort Worth businesses react to fewer COVID-19 restrictions
Texas Politics Project
Harvard Business Review
Starting a new job – remotely
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO
The coronavirus’ impact on global supply chains
Art Markman, Psychology and HDO
Community Impact Newspaper
Most people contracting coronavirus in Travis County are those still going to work, health officials say
Eric Tang, AADS
San Antonio Current
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott caught on recording saying reopening will increase spread of coronavirus
Texas Politics Project 
Race and the pandemic
Peniel Joseph, History 
The Daily Texan
Texans continue debate on mail-in ballots before summer runoff elections
Texas Politics Project
The New York Review
The covid-19 ‘infowhelm’
Heather Houser, English
New York Business Journal
These are the business experts guiding Austin leaders through the financial chaos from Covid-19
Eric Tang, AADS and IUPRA
Waco Tribune-Herald
Houston Chronicle
Texans worry about economy but fear virus more

Jim Henson and Josh Blank, Texas Politics Project
Poll: 7-in-10 Texas voters oppose increasing legal immigration to the US
Texas Politics Project
CNN International
The pandemic is putting America’s civil rights legacy at risk
Peniel Joseph, History
Magnolia State Live
Which U.S. president would you choose to fight pandemic? You might be surprised by historians’ picks
H.W. Brands, History 
Will we ever shake hands again?
Cristine Legare, Psychology
Austin American-Statesman
Do our leaders want us to follow the law or not?
Texas Politics Project
Texas Tribune
How gun control advocates plan to make Texas a top political priority in 2020
Texas Politics Project
San Antonio Express-News
Most Texans aren’t ready for a reopening
Texas Politics Project
Austin American-Statesman
Coronavirus in Texas: Austin congressman gets federal bailout money for car dealership
Bethany Albertson, Government
The Texas Tribune
Texas passes grim threshold, marking more than 1,000 COVID-19 fatalities
Mark Hayward, Sociolgy