In the News

TV & Radio

David Vander Straten (UHS) speaking on KXAN

David Vander Straten (UHS) speaking on KXAN

KXAN: UT Officials Believe This Is First Ever Case of Mumps on Campus (David Vander Straten, University Health Services)

KXAN: Second University of Texas Student Diagnosed with Mumps (David Vander Straten, UHS)

KXAN: Third University of Texas Student Diagnosed with Mumps (David Vander Straten, UHS)

FOX 7 News: UT Student Tested Positive for Mumps (David Vander Straten, UHS)

The Alcalde: The Return of the Mumps (David Vander Straten, UHS)

KEYE: Doggy De-Stresser During Finals Week at UT (Katy Redd, Counseling and Mental Health Center)

Newspaper

Austin American-Statesman: Mumps Outbreak at University of Texas has Spread to Eight (David Vander Straten, Austin American Statesman)

Magazines

Forbes Magazine: Four New Mumps Cases Diagnosed in Outbreak at University of Texas at Austin (David Vander Straten, University Health Services)

Life and Letters College of Liberal Arts Magazine: Depression–Making Treatment Personal (Alicia Enciso-Litschi, Counseling and Mental Health Center)

Recovery Campus Magazine: University of Texas Positioned to Serve as National Model for Alcohol Prevention and Education Programs (Chris Brownson, CMHC)

Online

The Huffington Post: How Texas College Students are Using Yoga and Tailgating to Stay Sober (Sierra Castedo, The Center for Students in Recovery; Chris Brownson, CMHC)

Business Insider: The 50 US Colleges with the Best Food (Housing and Food Service)

Campus Media

The Daily Texan: 300 – Kathryn Redd Opens Up Conversation about Mental Health (Katy Redd, CMHC)

The Daily Texan: University Focuses on Compost Efforts to Try and Reduce Waste (Hunter Mangrum, Housing and Food Service)

The Daily Texan: City Council Approves Additional Funding for Ebola Precautions (David Vander Straten, UHS)

The Daily Texan: Officials Say Students Not at Risk for Mumps (David Vander Straten, University Health Services)

The Daily Texan: Changes to Orientation Programing Benefit Students (Erin Burrows, Counseling and Mental Health Center; Jessica Wagner, University Health Services)