Media Mentions

April 2024

Austin Community College students will soon be able to automatically transfer to Texas State University
by KVUE · Apr 18, 2024 Read More about Austin Community College students will soon be able to automatically transfer to Texas State University
Bats to Cats: Texas State, Austin Community College announce 'seamless' transfer program
by Austin American-Statesman · Apr 18, 2024 Read More about Bats to Cats: Texas State, Austin Community College announce 'seamless' transfer program
States botched more executions of Black prisoners. Experts think they know why
by NPR · Apr 18, 2024 Read More about States botched more executions of Black prisoners. Experts think they know why
Horses named after John Wayne, LBJ to patrol Texas State University
by San Antonio-Express News · Apr 17, 2024 Read More about Horses named after John Wayne, LBJ to patrol Texas State University
San Antonio’s favorite tearjerker just made it into the Library of Congress
by San Antonio-Express News · Apr 17, 2024 Read More about San Antonio’s favorite tearjerker just made it into the Library of Congress
Texas detectives turning to college students to help solve cold cases
by KVUE · Apr 17, 2024 Read More about Texas detectives turning to college students to help solve cold cases
Does ‘virtue signaling’ pay off for entrepreneurs? We studied 81,799 Airbnb listings to find out
by By Yahoo! Finance — Co-authored for The Conversation by Jacob A. Waddingham · Apr 15, 2024 Read More about Does ‘virtue signaling’ pay off for entrepreneurs? We studied 81,799 Airbnb listings to find out
Can you avoid heart disease through volunteering? Texas State study to check for link
by Austin American-Statesman · Apr 10, 2024 Read More about Can you avoid heart disease through volunteering? Texas State study to check for link
Denver will get dystopian in Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s next book
by Colorado Public Radio · Apr 9, 2024 Read More about Denver will get dystopian in Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s next book
Human remains found in 2021 in DeWitt County ID'd as San Salvador woman
by Victoria Advocate · Apr 9, 2024 Read More about Human remains found in 2021 in DeWitt County ID'd as San Salvador woman
What Beyoncé’s cover of the Beatles’ “Blackbird” means to Black history and music
by Salon · Apr 8, 2024 Read More about What Beyoncé’s cover of the Beatles’ “Blackbird” means to Black history and music
How a Little Book Managed to Encompass an Enormous State
by Texas Monthly · Apr 8, 2024 Read More about How a Little Book Managed to Encompass an Enormous State
Experts Talk Water, Or Lack Thereof, In Aquifers
by San Marcos Daily Record · Apr 7, 2024 Read More about Experts Talk Water, Or Lack Thereof, In Aquifers
Documentary film on missing migrants to be screened in several Texas cities
by Border Report · Apr 4, 2024 Read More about Documentary film on missing migrants to be screened in several Texas cities
Texas State University unveils new program to help investigate cold cases
by KXAN · Apr 3, 2024 Read More about Texas State University unveils new program to help investigate cold cases
No longer drinking? There are options for you
by CNN · Apr 1, 2024 Read More about No longer drinking? There are options for you

March 2024

Texas State students leaving campus for eclipse despite 99% visibility in San Marcos
by Spectrum News · Mar 30, 2024 Read More about Texas State students leaving campus for eclipse despite 99% visibility in San Marcos
What Your Favorite Paint Color Says About Your Personality
by Real Simple · Mar 27, 2024 Read More about What Your Favorite Paint Color Says About Your Personality
Texas State research turns sewage to drinking water in San Marcos
by San Antonio Express-News · Mar 25, 2024 Read More about Texas State research turns sewage to drinking water in San Marcos
Study shows that Texas has nearly 3 times more dry springs than 50 years ago
by KXAN · Mar 25, 2024 Read More about Study shows that Texas has nearly 3 times more dry springs than 50 years ago
Why 18-year-old Canadian Emily Nash is sharing her unique brain with science
by CTV News · Mar 23, 2024 Read More about Why 18-year-old Canadian Emily Nash is sharing her unique brain with science
More Migrants Are Drowning in the Rio Grande Than Ever. No Agency Is Keeping Track of How Many.
by Texas Monthly · Mar 20, 2024 Read More about More Migrants Are Drowning in the Rio Grande Than Ever. No Agency Is Keeping Track of How Many.
Texas State, UT suspending classes for April's total solar eclipse
by San Antonio Express-News · Mar 19, 2024 Read More about Texas State, UT suspending classes for April's total solar eclipse
Black Feminism Finds a Niche in Austin’s Alt Theatre Scene
by American Theatre · Mar 18, 2024 Read More about Black Feminism Finds a Niche in Austin’s Alt Theatre Scene
What Is Appalachia? We Asked People From Around The Region. Here’s What They Said
by West Virginia Public Broadcasting · Mar 18, 2024 Read More about What Is Appalachia? We Asked People From Around The Region. Here’s What They Said
Texas State University warns of impact of eclipse on K-12 education
by CBS Austin · Mar 16, 2024 Read More about Texas State University warns of impact of eclipse on K-12 education
A year in the life: what I learnt from using a time-tracking spreadsheet
by Nature · Mar 15, 2024 Read More about A year in the life: what I learnt from using a time-tracking spreadsheet
Stressed about money? Ways to keep your kids from worrying too
by NerdWallet · Mar 14, 2024 Read More about Stressed about money? Ways to keep your kids from worrying too
Texas State University alums race for $1M on CBS’ ‘The Amazing Race’
by San Antonio Express-News · Mar 13, 2024 Read More about Texas State University alums race for $1M on CBS’ ‘The Amazing Race’
Texas State Round Rock adding 11 new programs
by KVUE · Mar 12, 2024 Read More about Texas State Round Rock adding 11 new programs
Dinosaur-era fish species discovered in San Antonio River’s Mission Reach
by San Antonio Express-News · Mar 12, 2024 Read More about Dinosaur-era fish species discovered in San Antonio River’s Mission Reach
'When you need a little soul': KROV FM continues 60-year legacy of Black culture on S.A. radio
by San Antonio Express-News · Mar 11, 2024 Read More about 'When you need a little soul': KROV FM continues 60-year legacy of Black culture on S.A. radio
How to Find a Healthcare Provider That Isn’t Hung Up On Your Weight
by Shape · Mar 8, 2024 Read More about How to Find a Healthcare Provider That Isn’t Hung Up On Your Weight

February 2024

Travis County sheriff hopes active shooter training helps agencies work side by side in a crisis
by KUT 90.5 · Feb 28, 2024 Read More about Travis County sheriff hopes active shooter training helps agencies work side by side in a crisis
LBJ’s iconic Stetson hat finds a new home at his alma mater, Texas State
by San Antonio Express-News · Feb 27, 2024 Read More about LBJ’s iconic Stetson hat finds a new home at his alma mater, Texas State
New Mystery Fungi Species Spark Disease Warning
by Newsweek · Feb 26, 2024 Read More about New Mystery Fungi Species Spark Disease Warning
Generation Branded: More newsroom jobs are requiring influencer-type skills
by Nieman Reports · Feb 24, 2024 Read More about Generation Branded: More newsroom jobs are requiring influencer-type skills
JWST Is Tracking Down the Cosmic Origins of Earth’s Water
by Scientific American · Feb 23, 2024 Read More about JWST Is Tracking Down the Cosmic Origins of Earth’s Water
Texas State looks to raise academic profile, keep growing enrollment
by San Antonio Express News · Feb 23, 2024 Read More about Texas State looks to raise academic profile, keep growing enrollment
Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Broadway musical headed to Majestic Theatre in May with San Antonio native as Hans
by KSAT · Feb 23, 2024 Read More about Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Broadway musical headed to Majestic Theatre in May with San Antonio native as Hans
As more students seek mental health services, college counseling centers struggle to hire staff
by Texas Community Health News · Feb 21, 2024 Read More about As more students seek mental health services, college counseling centers struggle to hire staff
Nursing academy aims to fill Central Texas nursing shortage
by FOX 7 Austin · Feb 21, 2024 Read More about Nursing academy aims to fill Central Texas nursing shortage
How detectives race against Texas weather to solve the mysteries behind dead bodies
by San Antonio Express-News · Feb 14, 2024 Read More about How detectives race against Texas weather to solve the mysteries behind dead bodies
Mirasol Springs resort development gets pushback from landowners, environmental activists
by Austin American Statesman · Feb 12, 2024 Read More about Mirasol Springs resort development gets pushback from landowners, environmental activists
Locals honored at 56th annual Round Rock Chamber Business Awards
by Community Impact · Feb 8, 2024 Read More about Locals honored at 56th annual Round Rock Chamber Business Awards
One of Texas State's first Black female professors, Dr. Laurie Fluker, still thriving at institution
by KVUE · Feb 7, 2024 Read More about One of Texas State's first Black female professors, Dr. Laurie Fluker, still thriving at institution
Texas State University is swearing in two new officers: Horses Duke and Lyndon
by KUT News · Feb 6, 2024 Read More about Texas State University is swearing in two new officers: Horses Duke and Lyndon
Gunfire, screams, carnage: As mass shootings proliferate, training gets more realistic
by Stateline · Feb 5, 2024 Read More about Gunfire, screams, carnage: As mass shootings proliferate, training gets more realistic

January 2024

TXST Buys Apartments for Student Housing
by San Marcos Daily Record · Jan 31, 2024 Read More about TXST Buys Apartments for Student Housing
Why experts worry more pet owners may skip rabies shots over vaccine hesitancy
by PBS Newshour · Jan 31, 2024 Read More about Why experts worry more pet owners may skip rabies shots over vaccine hesitancy
Texan Dannie McCallum brings authenticity to role in Marvel’s ‘Echo’
by by My San Antonio · Jan 31, 2024 Read More about Texan Dannie McCallum brings authenticity to role in Marvel’s ‘Echo’
'We need more': Despite recent rains, San Antonio area still locked in drought
by San Antonio Express-News · Jan 28, 2024 Read More about 'We need more': Despite recent rains, San Antonio area still locked in drought
Cramp while cycling? Solve seizing muscles with this 15-point checklist from a health and performance professor
by Cycling Weekly · Jan 26, 2024 Read More about Cramp while cycling? Solve seizing muscles with this 15-point checklist from a health and performance professor
The Boundaries of Cheating
by Psychology Today · Jan 25, 2024 Read More about The Boundaries of Cheating
Another hot, dry summer may push water supplies in parts of Texas to the brink
by Inside Climate News · Jan 22, 2024 Read More about Another hot, dry summer may push water supplies in parts of Texas to the brink
Texas’ new school safety law mostly addresses the Justice Department’s advice. But funding fixes is still an issue.
by The Texas Tribune · Jan 19, 2024 Read More about Texas’ new school safety law mostly addresses the Justice Department’s advice. But funding fixes is still an issue.
Local professors share insight as more people turn to social media for research, information
by KXXV · Jan 10, 2024 Read More about Local professors share insight as more people turn to social media for research, information
An honor and an expense: How Texas State University landed a U.S. presidential debate
by Austin American-Statesman · Jan 9, 2024 Read More about An honor and an expense: How Texas State University landed a U.S. presidential debate
Rabies is an ancient, unpredictable and potentially fatal disease − two rabies researchers explain how to protect yourself
by Yahoo! News — Authored for The Conversation by Rodney E. Rohde and Charles Rupprecht · Jan 9, 2024 Read More about Rabies is an ancient, unpredictable and potentially fatal disease − two rabies researchers explain how to protect yourself
Expert Advice for First-Time or Newer Cash Back Cardholders from Dr. Enrique Becerra
by MoneyGeek · Jan 8, 2024 Read More about Expert Advice for First-Time or Newer Cash Back Cardholders from Dr. Enrique Becerra
New report shows big racial disparities in California police stops for seventh straight year
by San Francisco Chronicle · Jan 4, 2024 Read More about New report shows big racial disparities in California police stops for seventh straight year
Local libraries such as Gladewater's could be valuable in disaster recovery
by Longview News-Journal · Jan 1, 2024 Read More about Local libraries such as Gladewater's could be valuable in disaster recovery

December 2023

What Does Equity In (Fine) Wine Look Like?
by Forbes · Dec 19, 2023 Read More about What Does Equity In (Fine) Wine Look Like?
Life sciences talk brings major development news at Urban Land Institute panel
by Austin Monitor · Dec 19, 2023 Read More about Life sciences talk brings major development news at Urban Land Institute panel
Slow Burn: The Emerging Science of Fire Deaths
by Undark · Dec 18, 2023 Read More about Slow Burn: The Emerging Science of Fire Deaths
Oil and Gas Wastewater Spills Pollute the Lone Star State
by Inside Climate News · Dec 18, 2023 Read More about Oil and Gas Wastewater Spills Pollute the Lone Star State
Stigma and language barriers complicate treating Hispanics with Alzheimer’s disease
by The Texas Tribune · Dec 14, 2023 Read More about Stigma and language barriers complicate treating Hispanics with Alzheimer’s disease
Mermaid Society partners with TXST University to aid Eco-guardianship program
by San Marcos Daily Record · Dec 13, 2023 Read More about Mermaid Society partners with TXST University to aid Eco-guardianship program
Why every parent of a teen should have Narcan at home
by The Oregonian — Authored for The Conversation by Ty Schepis · Dec 9, 2023 Read More about Why every parent of a teen should have Narcan at home
Human remains 'consistent with homicide' found in South Austin greenbelt, APD says
by Austin American Statesman · Dec 8, 2023 Read More about Human remains 'consistent with homicide' found in South Austin greenbelt, APD says
Government and nonprofit workers are getting billions in student loan debt canceled through a public service program
by Yahoo News — Authored for The Conversation by William Chittenden · Dec 8, 2023 Read More about Government and nonprofit workers are getting billions in student loan debt canceled through a public service program
What does weight-inclusive health care mean? A dietitian explains what some providers are doing to end weight stigma
by Lake Sun — Authored for The Conversation by Lauren Butler · Dec 7, 2023 Read More about What does weight-inclusive health care mean? A dietitian explains what some providers are doing to end weight stigma
‘Someone Tell Me What to Do’
by ProPublica and The Texas Tribune · Dec 5, 2023 Read More about ‘Someone Tell Me What to Do’
Nearly a third of top level Austin leadership positions are in new hands under Jesús Garza
by Austin American-Statesman · Dec 4, 2023 Read More about Nearly a third of top level Austin leadership positions are in new hands under Jesús Garza
Hello, trilobites: Texas State researcher helps discover new species of ancient creature
by San Antonio Express-News · Dec 2, 2023 Read More about Hello, trilobites: Texas State researcher helps discover new species of ancient creature

November 2023

'Where is the humanity?' Migrant deaths soaring at El Paso-Juárez border with few ways to document them
by El Paso Times · Nov 30, 2023 Read More about 'Where is the humanity?' Migrant deaths soaring at El Paso-Juárez border with few ways to document them
Kyle Fire Department adds 3 new engines, breaks ground on new station
by KXAN · Nov 29, 2023 Read More about Kyle Fire Department adds 3 new engines, breaks ground on new station
Telegram’s Bans on Extremist Channels Aren't Really Bans
by WIRED · Nov 28, 2023 Read More about Telegram’s Bans on Extremist Channels Aren't Really Bans
'I cried with them': Texas State mental health officer, therapy dog offer support in Maui
by Austin American Statesman · Nov 28, 2023 Read More about 'I cried with them': Texas State mental health officer, therapy dog offer support in Maui
Dozens of US adolescents are dying from drug overdoses every month − an expert on substance use unpacks the grim numbers with 3 charts
by Albany Times Union — Authored for The Conversation by Ty Schepis · Nov 28, 2023 Read More about Dozens of US adolescents are dying from drug overdoses every month − an expert on substance use unpacks the grim numbers with 3 charts
Wittliff Director Discusses Edward Curtis’ Indigenous Photography Collection
by San Marcos Daily Record · Nov 28, 2023 Read More about Wittliff Director Discusses Edward Curtis’ Indigenous Photography Collection
A ‘Game Changer’ for Research, Reputations of ‘Emerging’ Texas Universities
by Vox · Nov 27, 2023 Read More about A ‘Game Changer’ for Research, Reputations of ‘Emerging’ Texas Universities
10 new species of trilobite fossil rise from volcanic ash
by Popular Science · Nov 24, 2023 Read More about 10 new species of trilobite fossil rise from volcanic ash
'It's akin to a Super Bowl': Texas State to host first presidential debate in 2024
by KUT News · Nov 24, 2023 Read More about 'It's akin to a Super Bowl': Texas State to host first presidential debate in 2024
Presidential debate commission announces dates and locations for 2024
by CBS Texas · Nov 21, 2023 Read More about Presidential debate commission announces dates and locations for 2024
How to think through allegations of genocide in Gaza
by Vox · Nov 13, 2023 Read More about How to think through allegations of genocide in Gaza
Bobcat boom: Texas State football team ignites community, fan base
by San Antonio Express News · Nov 11, 2023 Read More about Bobcat boom: Texas State football team ignites community, fan base
NASA Scientists Make 'Exciting' Discovery About Alien Worlds
by Newsweek · Nov 9, 2023 Read More about NASA Scientists Make 'Exciting' Discovery About Alien Worlds
Bringing up the bodies
by The Baffler · Nov 9, 2023 Read More about Bringing up the bodies
Mounted horse patrol coming to Texas State University
by KXAN · Nov 8, 2023 Read More about Mounted horse patrol coming to Texas State University
Workers at Starbucks, Toyota see pay raises, sweetened benefits as companies fend off unionization
by San Antonio Report · Nov 8, 2023 Read More about Workers at Starbucks, Toyota see pay raises, sweetened benefits as companies fend off unionization
Texas Voters Approve New $3.9 Billion University Research Endowment
by Forbes · Nov 8, 2023 Read More about Texas Voters Approve New $3.9 Billion University Research Endowment
Alma mater looks back at LBJ's legacy
by San Marcos Daily Record · Nov 7, 2023 Read More about Alma mater looks back at LBJ's legacy
TXST finance professor shares insurance expertise for WalletHub
by WalletHub · Nov 6, 2023 Read More about TXST finance professor shares insurance expertise for WalletHub
Texas State's G.J. Kinne, school president fulfill promise to jump into river after clinching bowl eligibility
by CBS Sports · Nov 4, 2023 Read More about Texas State's G.J. Kinne, school president fulfill promise to jump into river after clinching bowl eligibility
Gen Z is skipping alcohol on dates — here’s what they’re doing instead
by New York Post · Nov 3, 2023 Read More about Gen Z is skipping alcohol on dates — here’s what they’re doing instead
Texas School Safety Center receives $1.5M grant for behavioral threat assessment programs
by Community Impact · Nov 1, 2023 Read More about Texas School Safety Center receives $1.5M grant for behavioral threat assessment programs

October 2023

Texas State, ACC student completes 2 NASA ‘missions’ in college program
by KXAN · Oct 31, 2023 Read More about Texas State, ACC student completes 2 NASA ‘missions’ in college program
Everyone should start counting spiders
by Knowable Magazine · Oct 25, 2023 Read More about Everyone should start counting spiders
Litzy Santana, Uno Queen
by The New Yorker · Oct 16, 2023 Read More about Litzy Santana, Uno Queen
Pima County and UA collaborate with other border states to create comprehensive database of migrant deaths across U.S.-Mexico border
by Arizona Public Media · Oct 11, 2023 Read More about Pima County and UA collaborate with other border states to create comprehensive database of migrant deaths across U.S.-Mexico border
Documenting migrant deaths border-wide is focus of University of Arizona conference, working group
by Arizona Daily Star · Oct 7, 2023 Read More about Documenting migrant deaths border-wide is focus of University of Arizona conference, working group
When Did Rock Concerts Become Tame? Thank Alcohol-Free Gen Z
by The Wall Street Journal · Oct 5, 2023 Read More about When Did Rock Concerts Become Tame? Thank Alcohol-Free Gen Z

September 2023

Busting Myths and Misconceptions About Motivating Students
by Education Week · Sep 28, 2023 Read More about Busting Myths and Misconceptions About Motivating Students
Texas State emotional support dog helps fire victims, first responders in Maui
by KXAN · Sep 28, 2023 Read More about Texas State emotional support dog helps fire victims, first responders in Maui
How does the criminal justice system work? KSAT Explains
by KSAT · Sep 28, 2023 Read More about How does the criminal justice system work? KSAT Explains
5 Tips for Entrepreneurs Seeking Corporate Jobs
by Forbes · Sep 25, 2023 Read More about 5 Tips for Entrepreneurs Seeking Corporate Jobs
Texas State University's theater students are graduating to bigger stages
by San Antonio Express-News · Sep 22, 2023 Read More about Texas State University's theater students are graduating to bigger stages
50 years after ‘Viva Terlingua,’ Wittliff Collections exhibit celebrates the album’s staying power
by The Texas Standard · Sep 22, 2023 Read More about 50 years after ‘Viva Terlingua,’ Wittliff Collections exhibit celebrates the album’s staying power
Lies Your Wine Is Telling You: What Surprises Are In Your Glass?
by Forbes · Sep 22, 2023 Read More about Lies Your Wine Is Telling You: What Surprises Are In Your Glass?
Half-century later, 'Viva Terlingua' stands the test of time at Wittliff Collections exhibit
by Texas Public Radio · Sep 21, 2023 Read More about Half-century later, 'Viva Terlingua' stands the test of time at Wittliff Collections exhibit
How worlds are born: JWST reveals exotic chemistry of planetary nurseries
by Nature · Sep 20, 2023 Read More about How worlds are born: JWST reveals exotic chemistry of planetary nurseries
The Best Books, Film, TV, Art, and More Coming to Texas This Fall
by Texas Monthly · Sep 18, 2023 Read More about The Best Books, Film, TV, Art, and More Coming to Texas This Fall
College dorms in Central Texas are overcrowded. Schools and students are getting creative
by KUT · Sep 13, 2023 Read More about College dorms in Central Texas are overcrowded. Schools and students are getting creative
Why ‘Barbie’ and ‘The Little Mermaid’ made 2023 the dead girl summer
by Salon — Authored for The Conversation by Dr. Katie Kapurch · Sep 13, 2023 Read More about Why ‘Barbie’ and ‘The Little Mermaid’ made 2023 the dead girl summer
Texas State sets records in student enrollment for fall 2023 semester
by Community Impact · Sep 12, 2023 Read More about Texas State sets records in student enrollment for fall 2023 semester
Entrepreneurs, beware: Owning your own business can make it harder to get hired later
by New Pittsburg Courier — Co-authored for The Conversation by Jacob A. Waddington · Sep 11, 2023 Read More about Entrepreneurs, beware: Owning your own business can make it harder to get hired later
Wine Gone Woke (In The Best Way)
by Forbes · Sep 8, 2023 Read More about Wine Gone Woke (In The Best Way)
Recent police shootings in San Antonio ‘may be an anomaly,’ Criminology professor says
by KSAT · Sep 8, 2023 Read More about Recent police shootings in San Antonio ‘may be an anomaly,’ Criminology professor says
At STAR Park, Texas State teams with startups to foster innovation
by San Antonio Express News · Sep 7, 2023 Read More about At STAR Park, Texas State teams with startups to foster innovation
Why you like the wine you do
by Forbes · Sep 1, 2023 Read More about Why you like the wine you do
Canyon Lake: Drought shrinks recreational favorite to historic low water levels
by San Antonio Report · Sep 1, 2023 Read More about Canyon Lake: Drought shrinks recreational favorite to historic low water levels

August 2023

Scorching Heat Is Contributing to Migrant Deaths
by The New York Times · Aug 31, 2023 Read More about Scorching Heat Is Contributing to Migrant Deaths
Houston’s first annual Pop Festival takes places in 1968
by The Texas Standard · Aug 31, 2023 Read More about Houston’s first annual Pop Festival takes places in 1968
'Wicked' questions about water crisis provoke thought at Texas State University
by KXAN · Aug 30, 2023 Read More about 'Wicked' questions about water crisis provoke thought at Texas State University
Shrinking habitats: How Texas drought is affecting endangered species
by San Antonio Express-News · Aug 26, 2023 Read More about Shrinking habitats: How Texas drought is affecting endangered species
TXST plans to open new dormitory halls next 2 years
by KXAN · Aug 24, 2023 Read More about TXST plans to open new dormitory halls next 2 years
Concern growing about region's future water needs
by Texas Public Radio · Aug 23, 2023 Read More about Concern growing about region's future water needs
Texas State University trying to bring more diversity to the agriculture industry
by KXAN · Aug 18, 2023 Read More about Texas State University trying to bring more diversity to the agriculture industry
H-E-B launches documentary series on Texas state parks and endangered animals
by San Antonio Express-News · Aug 17, 2023 Read More about H-E-B launches documentary series on Texas state parks and endangered animals
The monkeys who died to fight Covid
by Texas Monthly · Aug 15, 2023 Read More about The monkeys who died to fight Covid
Fronteras: Texas State professor to study 'beautiful and brilliant' ways bilingual children use language in math class
by Texas Public Radio · Aug 11, 2023 Read More about Fronteras: Texas State professor to study 'beautiful and brilliant' ways bilingual children use language in math class
Has a San Antonio inventor solved a problem of small-scale wind power?
by Texas Monthly · Aug 10, 2023 Read More about Has a San Antonio inventor solved a problem of small-scale wind power?

July 2023

As organized religion falters, the devil falls on hard times
by The Washington Post · Jul 31, 2023 Read More about As organized religion falters, the devil falls on hard times
B.C. Amber Alert: Hard to stay hidden in rural areas, says geographic profiler
by National Post · Jul 25, 2023 Read More about B.C. Amber Alert: Hard to stay hidden in rural areas, says geographic profiler
TXST STAR Park Spurs Entrepreneurial Innovation
by San Marcos Daily Record · Jul 23, 2023 Read More about TXST STAR Park Spurs Entrepreneurial Innovation
Local business wins GRIT Award for persevering through pandemic
by San Marcos Daily Record · Jul 14, 2023 Read More about Local business wins GRIT Award for persevering through pandemic
Missing in Texas: TXST Forensic Anthropology Center works to identify human remains
by FOX7 Austin · Jul 13, 2023 Read More about Missing in Texas: TXST Forensic Anthropology Center works to identify human remains
Research reveals pickle juice can help with cramps
by Women’s Running · Jul 7, 2023 Read More about Research reveals pickle juice can help with cramps
Eight of the Best Spots to Go Freshwater Diving or Snorkeling in the United States
by Smithsonian Magazine · Jul 7, 2023 Read More about Eight of the Best Spots to Go Freshwater Diving or Snorkeling in the United States
Mariachi fever: How South Texas educators spread love for mariachi
by Corpus Christi Caller Times · Jul 6, 2023 Read More about Mariachi fever: How South Texas educators spread love for mariachi
Texas State offers free 24/7 counseling for students
by KXAN · Jul 5, 2023 Read More about Texas State offers free 24/7 counseling for students
Now that President Biden’s student loan cancellation program has been canceled, here’s what’s next
by New Pittsburg Courier — Authored for The Conversation by Dr. William Chittenden · Jul 4, 2023 Read More about Now that President Biden’s student loan cancellation program has been canceled, here’s what’s next
Religious Freedom Arguments Underpin Wave of Challenges to Abortion Bans
by New York Times · Jul 3, 2023 Read More about Religious Freedom Arguments Underpin Wave of Challenges to Abortion Bans

June 2023

Border communities turn to Texas State forensic program to ID deceased migrants
by Texas Standard · Jun 26, 2023 Read More about Border communities turn to Texas State forensic program to ID deceased migrants
A Rule That Could Help Save Coal Miners’ Lives Is Mired in Red Tape
by Gizmodo · Jun 26, 2023 Read More about A Rule That Could Help Save Coal Miners’ Lives Is Mired in Red Tape
Magik Theatre’s ‘The Lightning Thief’ aims to instill strength in young audience
by The San Antonio Report · Jun 28, 2023 Read More about Magik Theatre’s ‘The Lightning Thief’ aims to instill strength in young audience
Cormac McCarthy’s deep Texas ties: ‘For him, it was a whole new world’
by The Texas Standard · Jun 16, 2023 Read More about Cormac McCarthy’s deep Texas ties: ‘For him, it was a whole new world’
Cormac McCarthy, Novelist of a Darker America, Is Dead at 89
by The New York Times · Jun 13, 2023 Read More about Cormac McCarthy, Novelist of a Darker America, Is Dead at 89
Gen Z Is Drinking Less at Concerts
by Yahoo! Entertainment · Jun 6, 2023 Read More about Gen Z Is Drinking Less at Concerts
‘The genie is out of the bottle’: What parents should know about their kids using AI like ChatGPT
by NJ.com · Jun 2, 2023 Read More about ‘The genie is out of the bottle’: What parents should know about their kids using AI like ChatGPT

May 2023

Longtime journalist takes an intimate look at El Paso youth's suicide in first book
by Las Cruces Sun News · May 31, 2023 Read More about Longtime journalist takes an intimate look at El Paso youth's suicide in first book
Craft breweries are fermenting change, addressing local ills while serving local ales
by Yahoo! News — Authored for The Conversation by Dr. Colleen C. Myles · May 19, 2023 Read More about Craft breweries are fermenting change, addressing local ills while serving local ales
New monument memorializes Austin’s marginalized dead
by Axios Austin · May 19, 2023 Read More about New monument memorializes Austin’s marginalized dead
Voices from Uvalde: ‘I just don’t want anybody to forget about her’
by Texas Standard · May 15, 2023 Read More about Voices from Uvalde: ‘I just don’t want anybody to forget about her’
Uvalde school shooting victim honored during Texas State University graduation
by KSAT · May 14, 2023 Read More about Uvalde school shooting victim honored during Texas State University graduation
Celebrando Cinco de Mayo
by KUT 90.5 · May 5, 2023 Read More about Celebrando Cinco de Mayo
The real priest behind 'The Pope's Exorcist' was a fan of Hollywood horror films
by Yahoo! News — Authored for The Conversation by Dr. Joseph Laycock · May 4, 2023 Read More about The real priest behind 'The Pope's Exorcist' was a fan of Hollywood horror films
‘Something has to be done’: An alarming number of working Americans are making this one massive mistake when they switch jobs — here's what you should do instead
by Moneywise · May 2, 2023 Read More about ‘Something has to be done’: An alarming number of working Americans are making this one massive mistake when they switch jobs — here's what you should do instead
Now 90 Years Old, Willie Nelson Is Always on Our Mind
by Smithsonian Magazine— Authored for The Conversation by Dr. Jason Mellard · May 1, 2023 Read More about Now 90 Years Old, Willie Nelson Is Always on Our Mind
Look out for invasive hammerhead flatworms following recent rains, report sightings
by KSAT · May 1, 2023 Read More about Look out for invasive hammerhead flatworms following recent rains, report sightings
What to know about First Republic and the banking crisis
by Washington Post · May 1, 2023 Read More about What to know about First Republic and the banking crisis

April 2023

AI and your kids: Is this new tech terrifying or a helpful tool?
by CBC News · Apr 30, 2023 Read More about AI and your kids: Is this new tech terrifying or a helpful tool?
Is the banking crisis over? Experts weigh in as another major bank’s shares plunge
by ABC News · Apr 29, 2023 Read More about Is the banking crisis over? Experts weigh in as another major bank’s shares plunge
Aliens? Satanist cults? Organ harvesters? Cattle are once again being horrifically mutilated in America — and no one knows why.
by DailyMail.com · Apr 29, 2023 Read More about Aliens? Satanist cults? Organ harvesters? Cattle are once again being horrifically mutilated in America — and no one knows why.
Digital Signs Energize Old Fights Over Billboards
by The Wall Street Journal · Apr 21, 2023 Read More about Digital Signs Energize Old Fights Over Billboards
Why Antibiotics Fail — And How We Can Do Better
by Forbes · Apr 27, 2023 Read More about Why Antibiotics Fail — And How We Can Do Better
Guggenheim Fellow Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s Journey from Self-Doubt to Woman of Light
by New York Observer · Apr 20, 2023 Read More about Guggenheim Fellow Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s Journey from Self-Doubt to Woman of Light
The Federal Reserve’s Beige Book adds color to economic data
by Marketplace · Apr 18, 2023 Read More about The Federal Reserve’s Beige Book adds color to economic data
New celebrity cooking shows won’t teach you much — and that’s fine
by The Washington Post · Apr 18, 2023 Read More about New celebrity cooking shows won’t teach you much — and that’s fine
New York had record-high cases of ‘diabolical’ fungal infection last year
by New York Post · Apr 15, 2023 Read More about New York had record-high cases of ‘diabolical’ fungal infection last year
Vatican exorcists denounce Russell Crowe’s ‘Pope’s Exorcist’
by The Guardian · Apr 10, 2023 Read More about Vatican exorcists denounce Russell Crowe’s ‘Pope’s Exorcist’
The average person’s daily choices can still make a big difference in fighting climate change – and getting governments and utilities to tackle it, too
by MSN. Authored for The Conversation by Dr. Tom Ptak · Apr 8, 2023 Read More about The average person’s daily choices can still make a big difference in fighting climate change – and getting governments and utilities to tackle it, too
I Study Corpses in ‘Body Farms’ for a Living
by Vice · Apr 7, 2023 Read More about I Study Corpses in ‘Body Farms’ for a Living
Texas business owners feeling the impacts of a slowing economy
by Texas Standard · Apr 7, 2023 Read More about Texas business owners feeling the impacts of a slowing economy
Munitions artifacts point to location of 1813 Medina battlefield
by San Antonio Report · Apr 6, 2023 Read More about Munitions artifacts point to location of 1813 Medina battlefield
Call it the Great Cash Out: Almost half of job switchers are making the mistake of cashing out their retirement savings when they go
by Business Insider · Apr 5, 2023 Read More about Call it the Great Cash Out: Almost half of job switchers are making the mistake of cashing out their retirement savings when they go
‘SVB’s failure could and should have been prevented’: Experts argue for better regulation and supervision by the Fed
by CNBC · Apr 3, 2023 Read More about ‘SVB’s failure could and should have been prevented’: Experts argue for better regulation and supervision by the Fed

March 2023

Learning from the Dead
by The Texas Observer · Mar 28, 2023 Read More about Learning from the Dead
Worried about your kids and A.I.? Experts share advice — and highlight the risks to look out for
by CNBC · Mar 27, 2023 Read More about Worried about your kids and A.I.? Experts share advice — and highlight the risks to look out for
Opinion: Smart water strategies are crucial to Texas' prosperity
by Austin American-Statesman · Mar 26, 2023 Read More about Opinion: Smart water strategies are crucial to Texas' prosperity
Why Deadly Candida Auris Fungus Is Spreading So Fast Across the U.S.
by Newsweek · Mar 21, 2023 Read More about Why Deadly Candida Auris Fungus Is Spreading So Fast Across the U.S.
Study sheds light on the fundamental mechanism underlying judgments of facial attractiveness
by PsyPost · Mar 19, 2023 Read More about Study sheds light on the fundamental mechanism underlying judgments of facial attractiveness
‘Lonesome Dove’ remains one of the most popular Westerns. Here’s where the props and costumes ended up.
by Historynet · Mar 17, 2023 Read More about ‘Lonesome Dove’ remains one of the most popular Westerns. Here’s where the props and costumes ended up.
When the Light, Shadow and Stars Aligned: Standing Where Ansel Adams Stood
by The New York Times · Mar 13, 2023 Read More about When the Light, Shadow and Stars Aligned: Standing Where Ansel Adams Stood
Silicon Valley Bank biggest US lender to fail since 2008 financial crisis – a finance expert explains the impact
by MSN. Authored for The Conversation by Dr. William Chittenden · Mar 10, 2023 Read More about Silicon Valley Bank biggest US lender to fail since 2008 financial crisis – a finance expert explains the impact
Texas State to launch program for students with intellectual, developmental disabilities
by Austin American-Statesman · Mar 7, 2023 Read More about Texas State to launch program for students with intellectual, developmental disabilities
Behind the Lines: Art of Texas Monthly
by Texas Monthly · Mar 6, 2023 Read More about Behind the Lines: Art of Texas Monthly
Texas State receives $1 million in federal funds to improve mental health in Travis County through data
by Austin American-Statesman · Mar 3, 2023 Read More about Texas State receives $1 million in federal funds to improve mental health in Travis County through data
‘A powerful moment’: Texas State plans program for students with intellectual, developmental disabilities
by San Antonio Express News · Mar 2, 2023 Read More about ‘A powerful moment’: Texas State plans program for students with intellectual, developmental disabilities

February 2023

‘We did so you could’: Texas State honors ‘living legends’ who broke color barrier 60 years ago
by San Antonio Express News · Feb 28, 2023 Read More about ‘We did so you could’: Texas State honors ‘living legends’ who broke color barrier 60 years ago
Atlantis and the Apocalypse: The World of Fringe Archaeology
by Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC) Radio · Feb 24, 2023 Read More about Atlantis and the Apocalypse: The World of Fringe Archaeology
A New Tool May Help Reduce the Burden of Antibiotic Resistant Infections
by Forbes · Feb 23, 2023 Read More about A New Tool May Help Reduce the Burden of Antibiotic Resistant Infections
US-Mexico border: Painful search for missing migrants
by Deutsche Welle · Feb 21, 2023 Read More about US-Mexico border: Painful search for missing migrants
More women on corporate boards leads to fewer harassment reports
by Montreal Gazette · Feb 15, 2023 Read More about More women on corporate boards leads to fewer harassment reports
How do blood tests work?
by Yahoo News · Feb 14, 2023 Read More about How do blood tests work?
Analysis shows death rates in new moms and pregnant women increased in 2020
by KXAN · Feb 14, 2023 Read More about Analysis shows death rates in new moms and pregnant women increased in 2020
Doggett Gets Funding for Texas State University Climate Change Research
by Austin Chronicle · Feb 12, 2023 Read More about Doggett Gets Funding for Texas State University Climate Change Research
TXST Associate Professor Probes Ways To Improve Remote Worker Work-Family Balance
by San Marcos Daily Record · Feb 8, 2023 Read More about TXST Associate Professor Probes Ways To Improve Remote Worker Work-Family Balance
Central Texas research center receives $2.48M to fight climate change
by KXAN · Feb 8, 2023 Read More about Central Texas research center receives $2.48M to fight climate change

January 2023

'No one is forgotten': Students exhume graves of unidentified migrants in hopes to reunite them with families
by MSNBC · Jan 27, 2023 Read More about 'No one is forgotten': Students exhume graves of unidentified migrants in hopes to reunite them with families
Deaths in pregnant or recently pregnant women have risen, especially for unrelated causes such as drug poisoning and homicide
by CNN · Jan 27, 2023 Read More about Deaths in pregnant or recently pregnant women have risen, especially for unrelated causes such as drug poisoning and homicide
Multiple Texas State Programs Receive Top Rankings
by San Marcos Daily Record · Jan 25, 2023 Read More about Multiple Texas State Programs Receive Top Rankings
In a border graveyard, volunteers exhume migrants’ bodies and search for their families
by Texas Tribune · Jan 24, 2023 Read More about In a border graveyard, volunteers exhume migrants’ bodies and search for their families
New Texas State scholarship in honor of Uvalde student
by KVUE · Jan 23, 2023 Read More about New Texas State scholarship in honor of Uvalde student
The Big Question: Michelle Edwards on the role of scientist in society
by Scientific Inquirer · Jan 19, 2023 Read More about The Big Question: Michelle Edwards on the role of scientist in society
‘They were eating one meal a day’: More college students facing food insecurity than you might think
by KXAN · Jan 18, 2023 Read More about ‘They were eating one meal a day’: More college students facing food insecurity than you might think
After Uvalde shooting, Texas State asks Legislature to fund school safety, police training
by Austin American Statesman · Jan 11, 2023 Read More about After Uvalde shooting, Texas State asks Legislature to fund school safety, police training
Did you know? Hostage negotiators sharpen their skills in San Marcos
by CBS Austin · Jan 11, 2023 Read More about Did you know? Hostage negotiators sharpen their skills in San Marcos
Will Consumers Pay More for Products Produced Sustainably? One Study Aims to Find Out
by Greenhouse Grower · Jan 7, 2023 Read More about Will Consumers Pay More for Products Produced Sustainably? One Study Aims to Find Out
An art series honoring state parks is on exhibit at the Bullock Texas State History Museum
by CBS Austin · Jan 7, 2023 Read More about An art series honoring state parks is on exhibit at the Bullock Texas State History Museum
How long does it take for a body to decompose?
by Live Science · Jan 2, 2023 Read More about How long does it take for a body to decompose?
What happens when a family caregiver needs caregiving?
by Salon · Jan 2, 2023 Read More about What happens when a family caregiver needs caregiving?

December 2022

Plastic road offers a greener way to travel in Bangladesh
by The Business Standard · Dec 26, 2022 Read More about Plastic road offers a greener way to travel in Bangladesh
TXST students, TAMACC and Texas Mutual aim to save lives
by Yahoo News · Dec 22, 2022 Read More about TXST students, TAMACC and Texas Mutual aim to save lives
Texas State University Receives Grant to Help Minority-Owned Businesses
by NBC DFW · Dec 20, 2022 Read More about Texas State University Receives Grant to Help Minority-Owned Businesses
Growing incomes boost Latinx millennials' purchasing power
by Phys.org · Dec 20, 2022 Read More about Growing incomes boost Latinx millennials' purchasing power
Uvalde district fails key security test more than 6 months after 21 killed in elementary school
by ABC News · Dec 19, 2022 Read More about Uvalde district fails key security test more than 6 months after 21 killed in elementary school
We Really Need to Cure Booster Fatigue to Move On From Covid
by The Wall Street Journal · Dec 8, 2022 Read More about We Really Need to Cure Booster Fatigue to Move On From Covid
New coronavirus variants rendered the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatment useless
by NBC News · Dec 3, 2022 Read More about New coronavirus variants rendered the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatment useless
‘It’s just part of my identity’: the narratives and misconceptions surrounding disability
by KCRW · Dec 3, 2022 Read More about ‘It’s just part of my identity’: the narratives and misconceptions surrounding disability

November 2022

Why Baton Rouge Had Multiple Serial Killers Operating At One Time
by Oxygen · Nov 29, 2022 Read More about Why Baton Rouge Had Multiple Serial Killers Operating At One Time
COVID-related stress affects people’s sex lives, studies find
by KSAT · Nov 29, 2022 Read More about COVID-related stress affects people’s sex lives, studies find
3 From Texas State Receive Regents Awards
by San Marcos Daily Record · Nov 29, 2022 Read More about 3 From Texas State Receive Regents Awards
Study shows COVID-related stress reduces sexual desire in romantic relationships
by KXAN · Nov 29, 2022 Read More about Study shows COVID-related stress reduces sexual desire in romantic relationships
Texas State Teacher Education Program Selected As Raising Texas Teachers Partner
by San Marcos Daily Record · Nov 26, 2022 Read More about Texas State Teacher Education Program Selected As Raising Texas Teachers Partner
What Does Solidarity by Artists Look Like?
by Hyperallergic · Nov 17, 2022 Read More about What Does Solidarity by Artists Look Like?
‘It’s a Texas thing’: Why do Texans love Texas so much?
by KXAN · Nov 16, 2022 Read More about ‘It’s a Texas thing’: Why do Texans love Texas so much?
SPECIAL REPORT: Texas anthropology students dig up migrant remains in hopes of identifying them
by KSNT · Nov 15, 2022 Read More about SPECIAL REPORT: Texas anthropology students dig up migrant remains in hopes of identifying them
Newly released Cormac McCarthy archives now open at Wittliff Collections in San Marcos
by Fox 7 Austin · Nov 13, 2022 Read More about Newly released Cormac McCarthy archives now open at Wittliff Collections in San Marcos
TXST Sales Teams Finishes 5th Runner Up At The 2022 International Collegiate Sales Competition
by San Marcos Daily Record · Nov 12, 2022 Read More about TXST Sales Teams Finishes 5th Runner Up At The 2022 International Collegiate Sales Competition
Lingle: Battlefield dig yields common ground, peace, clues about Medina
by San Antonio Express News · Nov 4, 2022 Read More about Lingle: Battlefield dig yields common ground, peace, clues about Medina
Midterm Elections Usually Favor the Opposition, But Will 2022 Buck History?
by VOA News · Nov 3, 2022 Read More about Midterm Elections Usually Favor the Opposition, But Will 2022 Buck History?
Texas State University police train on overdose medicine, receive 40 doses
by KXAN · Nov 3, 2022 Read More about Texas State University police train on overdose medicine, receive 40 doses
Having babies permanently changes bones
by Futurity · Nov 2, 2022 Read More about Having babies permanently changes bones

October 2022

The Catholic church still practices exorcism. 7 things to know about the ancient practice
by The Columbus Dispatch · Oct 28, 2022 Read More about The Catholic church still practices exorcism. 7 things to know about the ancient practice
Advocates pushing for more resources in identifying migrant bodies
by KRGV · Oct 27, 2022 Read More about Advocates pushing for more resources in identifying migrant bodies
Anonymous graves mark the end of the line for migrants at US border
by Daily Mail · Oct 27, 2022 Read More about Anonymous graves mark the end of the line for migrants at US border
It Turns Out Adults May Judge Blunt & Honest Children
by MSN · Oct 26, 2022 Read More about It Turns Out Adults May Judge Blunt & Honest Children
Why Texans should be paying attention to the UK’s leadership shake-up
by Texas Standard · Oct 25, 2022 Read More about Why Texans should be paying attention to the UK’s leadership shake-up
How religion helped shape Dungeons and Dragons
by CBC · Oct 24, 2022 Read More about How religion helped shape Dungeons and Dragons
Madonna on TikTok: she’s recycling ‘the shock value of her heyday’
by The Guardian · Oct 24, 2022 Read More about Madonna on TikTok: she’s recycling ‘the shock value of her heyday’
ALERRT Center Receives $9.8 Million For Active Shooter Training
by San Marcos Daily Record · Oct 22, 2022 Read More about ALERRT Center Receives $9.8 Million For Active Shooter Training
South Texas Human Rights Center recognizes unidentified migrants who died crossing border
by Corpus Christi Caller Times · Oct 22, 2022 Read More about South Texas Human Rights Center recognizes unidentified migrants who died crossing border
After 16 years, author Cormac McCarthy gifts two new novels to readers
by NPR · Oct 22, 2022 Read More about After 16 years, author Cormac McCarthy gifts two new novels to readers
Texas State developing app to help reduce food insecurity, isolation among the elderly
by KVUE · Oct 21, 2022 Read More about Texas State developing app to help reduce food insecurity, isolation among the elderly
Louis Pasteur's scientific discoveries from decades ago continue to save lives
by Salon · Oct 19, 2022 Read More about Louis Pasteur's scientific discoveries from decades ago continue to save lives
In 'It Takes a Worried Woman,' Texas author Debra Monroe digs into anxiety, gender
by ReNew Houston · Oct 19, 2022 Read More about In 'It Takes a Worried Woman,' Texas author Debra Monroe digs into anxiety, gender
Viva Texas Rivers, Steve Davis
by PBS · Oct 18, 2022 Read More about Viva Texas Rivers, Steve Davis
Breaking down the increase in Social Security benefits
by Texas Standard · Oct 14, 2022 Read More about Breaking down the increase in Social Security benefits
Children & the Truth: A 'Complicated' Relationship
by U.S. News and World Report · Oct 13, 2022 Read More about Children & the Truth: A 'Complicated' Relationship
Kelly Damphousse champions power of higher ed for a diverse and booming state
by Austin Business Journal · Oct 12, 2022 Read More about Kelly Damphousse champions power of higher ed for a diverse and booming state
COVID-19 Isn't Over: Ringo Starr and Other Musicians Share Positive Tests
by Newsweek · Oct 12, 2022 Read More about COVID-19 Isn't Over: Ringo Starr and Other Musicians Share Positive Tests
Are Texas Republicans Serious About Secession?
by Texas Monthly · Oct 12, 2022 Read More about Are Texas Republicans Serious About Secession?
Biologists study mercury levels inside and nearby Superfund site
by Victoria Advocate · Oct 10, 2022 Read More about Biologists study mercury levels inside and nearby Superfund site

September 2022

Fifteen colleges and universities earn Excelencia seal for advancing Latino higher education
by NBC News · Sep 30, 2022 Read More about Fifteen colleges and universities earn Excelencia seal for advancing Latino higher education
California governor urges overhaul of Democrats’ strategy
by AP News · Sep 25, 2022 Read More about California governor urges overhaul of Democrats’ strategy
Time Traveling in a Glass-Bottomed Boat
by Texas Observer · Sep 21, 2022 Read More about Time Traveling in a Glass-Bottomed Boat
Will monkeypox become a pandemic?
by LiveScience · Sep 21, 2022 Read More about Will monkeypox become a pandemic?
15-year-old’s fatal fentanyl overdose rocks Hays County family
by San Antonio Express News · Sep 20, 2022 Read More about 15-year-old’s fatal fentanyl overdose rocks Hays County family
Texas State University Program Will Mentor Black and Latina Women in Ag
by The Daily Yonder · Sep 20, 2022 Read More about Texas State University Program Will Mentor Black and Latina Women in Ag
Texas State History Professor Discusses Queen Elizabeth II’s Legacy
by San Marcos Record · Sep 17, 2022 Read More about Texas State History Professor Discusses Queen Elizabeth II’s Legacy
Austin ISD student arrested for alleged threats against Akins high school
by KUT · Sep 16, 2022 Read More about Austin ISD student arrested for alleged threats against Akins high school
Police departments ramp up active shooter trainings after recent school shootings
by FOX News · Sep 15, 2022 Read More about Police departments ramp up active shooter trainings after recent school shootings
Unannounced intruder audits begin at Texas schools in wake of Uvalde mass shooting
by FOX San Antonio · Sep 14, 2022 Read More about Unannounced intruder audits begin at Texas schools in wake of Uvalde mass shooting
Monkeypox Infections Reported by Colleges Raise Concerns of Campus Spread
by Bloomberg · Sep 12, 2022 Read More about Monkeypox Infections Reported by Colleges Raise Concerns of Campus Spread
How the queen’s passing could change England
by Texas Standard · Sep 9, 2022 Read More about How the queen’s passing could change England
Dr. Rick Wilson on Attribution and What Advertisers Should Do in a Recession
by Billboard Insider · Sep 7, 2022 Read More about Dr. Rick Wilson on Attribution and What Advertisers Should Do in a Recession
Researcher studying Texas Gulf coast mercury levels
by MyRGV · Sep 2, 2022 Read More about Researcher studying Texas Gulf coast mercury levels

August 2022

Get Your ‘King of the Hill’ Fix at This New Display at Texas State
by Austin Monthly · Aug 30, 2022 Read More about Get Your ‘King of the Hill’ Fix at This New Display at Texas State
TXST Professor Discusses Student Loan Forgiveness
by San Marcos Record · Aug 27, 2022 Read More about TXST Professor Discusses Student Loan Forgiveness
Texas State receives $250K grant to study how to use AI when collecting pavement condition data
by KXAN · Aug 25, 2022 Read More about Texas State receives $250K grant to study how to use AI when collecting pavement condition data
Texas Hill Country water crisis may be approaching ‘tipping point,’ experts warn
by KXAN · Aug 18, 2022 Read More about Texas Hill Country water crisis may be approaching ‘tipping point,’ experts warn
Fact-check: Does Texas have highest number of rape offenses in nation?
by Austin American-Statesman · Aug 7, 2022 Read More about Fact-check: Does Texas have highest number of rape offenses in nation?
Texas colleges and universities prepare for monkeypox outbreaks
by Spectrum News · Aug 5, 2022 Read More about Texas colleges and universities prepare for monkeypox outbreaks
‘The easy water is gone’: Drought and climate change strain Texas aquifers
by Texas Standard · Aug 1, 2022 Read More about ‘The easy water is gone’: Drought and climate change strain Texas aquifers
Q&A: Texas State University President Kelly Damphousse speaks on goals, COVID-19, tenure
by Austin American-Statesman · Aug 1, 2022 Read More about Q&A: Texas State University President Kelly Damphousse speaks on goals, COVID-19, tenure
What is monkeypox and why is it spreading?
by BBC · Aug 1, 2022 Read More about What is monkeypox and why is it spreading?

July 2022

Trained, Armed and Ready. To Teach Kindergarten.
by New York Times · Jul 31, 2022 Read More about Trained, Armed and Ready. To Teach Kindergarten.
As Drought Sets in Across Texas, Expect a Bumpy Tubing Season
by Texas Highways · Jul 29, 2022 Read More about As Drought Sets in Across Texas, Expect a Bumpy Tubing Season
SRP Paves the Way for DOE Early Career Award
by U.S. Department of Energy · Jul 27, 2022 Read More about SRP Paves the Way for DOE Early Career Award
Texas State awarded $3.6M to help low-income students
by FOX 7 Austin · Jul 27, 2022 Read More about Texas State awarded $3.6M to help low-income students
These 7 colleges keep track of Latino students' success after they graduate
by NBC News · Jul 21, 2022 Read More about These 7 colleges keep track of Latino students' success after they graduate
Uvalde report: 376 officers but ‘egregiously poor’ decisions
by MSN · Jul 18, 2022 Read More about Uvalde report: 376 officers but ‘egregiously poor’ decisions
Experts Warn of Latest COVID-19 Subvariant as CDC Raises Dallas County Threat Level to Red
by Dallas Observer · Jul 18, 2022 Read More about Experts Warn of Latest COVID-19 Subvariant as CDC Raises Dallas County Threat Level to Red
Should You Be Worried About Outdoor Transmission During the BA.5 Surge?
by SELF Magazine · Jul 14, 2022 Read More about Should You Be Worried About Outdoor Transmission During the BA.5 Surge?
Are vampires real? Everything you need to know about the undead
by TODAY · Jul 14, 2022 Read More about Are vampires real? Everything you need to know about the undead
Monkeypox vaccine supply is low. Should you be worried?
by WFAA · Jul 14, 2022 Read More about Monkeypox vaccine supply is low. Should you be worried?
TIMELINE: Texas elementary school shooting, minute by minute
by MSN · Jul 13, 2022 Read More about TIMELINE: Texas elementary school shooting, minute by minute
New video shows police in Uvalde waiting in hallway while gunman fires
by The Washington Post · Jul 12, 2022 Read More about New video shows police in Uvalde waiting in hallway while gunman fires
The People Who Are Finding God Through, and in, Bitcoin
by Slate · Jul 12, 2022 Read More about The People Who Are Finding God Through, and in, Bitcoin
Grieving Uvalde families condemn responding officers as 'cowards'
by CNN · Jul 8, 2022 Read More about Grieving Uvalde families condemn responding officers as 'cowards'
An officer sought permission to shoot the Uvalde gunman before he entered school but didn't hear back in time, report says
by CNN · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about An officer sought permission to shoot the Uvalde gunman before he entered school but didn't hear back in time, report says
Uvalde Police Officer Had School Shooter in Sight but Didn’t Shoot, Report Finds
by Wall Street Journal · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about Uvalde Police Officer Had School Shooter in Sight but Didn’t Shoot, Report Finds
New report details missed chances to stop Uvalde shooting
by MSN · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about New report details missed chances to stop Uvalde shooting
Uvalde students ‘could have been saved’ if officer was allowed to shoot gunman from outside of school: report
by Independent · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about Uvalde students ‘could have been saved’ if officer was allowed to shoot gunman from outside of school: report
New Report Details The Many Law Enforcement Failures During Uvalde School Massacre
by Huffington Post · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about New Report Details The Many Law Enforcement Failures During Uvalde School Massacre
Uvalde police had opportunity to 'neutralize' gunman before he entered school, according to report by law enforcement experts
by Insider · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about Uvalde police had opportunity to 'neutralize' gunman before he entered school, according to report by law enforcement experts
Uvalde cop’s request to take out shooter prior to school massacre went unanswered
by MSN · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about Uvalde cop’s request to take out shooter prior to school massacre went unanswered
Two Uvalde cops missed their chance to kill elementary school gunman
by MSN · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about Two Uvalde cops missed their chance to kill elementary school gunman
Uvalde officer spotted gunman, then asked for permission to shoot, report says
by Washington Post · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about Uvalde officer spotted gunman, then asked for permission to shoot, report says
Uvalde police officer passed on chance to shoot gunman before he entered the school, new report finds
by Yahoo! News · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about Uvalde police officer passed on chance to shoot gunman before he entered the school, new report finds
Is Chicago Vocational HS headed for the National Register of Historic Places?
by Chicago Sun Times · Jul 6, 2022 Read More about Is Chicago Vocational HS headed for the National Register of Historic Places?
Texas safety officials will begin “random intruder detection audits” of schools in September
by Texas Tribune · Jul 1, 2022 Read More about Texas safety officials will begin “random intruder detection audits” of schools in September

June 2022

The Stigma of Rare Disease Is Magnified When You’re LGBQ+
by Psychology Today · Jun 29, 2022 Read More about The Stigma of Rare Disease Is Magnified When You’re LGBQ+
53 migrants are dead in San Antonio. Identifying their remains won't be easy.
by USA Today · Jun 29, 2022 Read More about 53 migrants are dead in San Antonio. Identifying their remains won't be easy.
Colorado school training program says students key to school safety. What’s Texas doing?
by KXAN · Jun 29, 2022 Read More about Colorado school training program says students key to school safety. What’s Texas doing?
Covid-19 vaccines targeting Omicron variants expected to be ready this autumn
by Pharmaceutical Technology · Jun 24, 2022 Read More about Covid-19 vaccines targeting Omicron variants expected to be ready this autumn
'People don’t realize how much water can be wasted,' Houston residents ask to conserve water
by FOX 26 Houston · Jun 21, 2022 Read More about 'People don’t realize how much water can be wasted,' Houston residents ask to conserve water
Texas Police Chiefs Association lays out recommended changes to officer training after Uvalde shooting
by KVUE · Jun 21, 2022 Read More about Texas Police Chiefs Association lays out recommended changes to officer training after Uvalde shooting
Worried how climate change will affect water in Texas? These researchers want to help you find out.
by KUT · Jun 21, 2022 Read More about Worried how climate change will affect water in Texas? These researchers want to help you find out.
U.S. Rep. Doggett, Texas State University leaders unveil new climate change project
by KVUE · Jun 20, 2022 Read More about U.S. Rep. Doggett, Texas State University leaders unveil new climate change project
U.S. Rep. Doggett, Texas State University leaders unveil new climate change project
by Texas Standard · Jun 20, 2022 Read More about U.S. Rep. Doggett, Texas State University leaders unveil new climate change project
Texas receives federal funds to help with water preservation
by KXAN · Jun 20, 2022 Read More about Texas receives federal funds to help with water preservation
We the People: Juneteenth recognizes the trauma of slavery -- but there's a reason it's 'not just a Black holiday'
by Yahoo News · Jun 19, 2022 Read More about We the People: Juneteenth recognizes the trauma of slavery -- but there's a reason it's 'not just a Black holiday'
‘We DON’T wait for SWAT’: How police in San Antonio, Bexar County would respond to a mass shooting
by San Antonio Express-News · Jun 19, 2022 Read More about ‘We DON’T wait for SWAT’: How police in San Antonio, Bexar County would respond to a mass shooting
Man who accused father of sex assault, satanic worship now seeks his exoneration 30 years later
by KSAT · Jun 17, 2022 Read More about Man who accused father of sex assault, satanic worship now seeks his exoneration 30 years later
Monkeypox has been spotted in Texas. Here's what you need to know about this disease
by Austin American-Statesman · Jun 9, 2022 Read More about Monkeypox has been spotted in Texas. Here's what you need to know about this disease
Dallas County resident tests positive for monkeypox, health officials say
by WFAA · Jun 7, 2022 Read More about Dallas County resident tests positive for monkeypox, health officials say
Gov. Abbott wants Texas State University to provide active-shooter training to schools
by Dallas Morning News · Jun 7, 2022 Read More about Gov. Abbott wants Texas State University to provide active-shooter training to schools
Infrared hot yoga mimics the power of the sun. But is that … good?
by Popular Science · Jun 5, 2022 Read More about Infrared hot yoga mimics the power of the sun. But is that … good?
Survey Results Find Reasons Behind Vaccine Hesitancy Among Hispanics
by San Marcos Daily Record · Jun 5, 2022 Read More about Survey Results Find Reasons Behind Vaccine Hesitancy Among Hispanics
State of Texas: ‘There’s a sense of urgency’- Gun policy possibilities after the Uvalde mass shooting
by KETK · Jun 3, 2022 Read More about State of Texas: ‘There’s a sense of urgency’- Gun policy possibilities after the Uvalde mass shooting
How law enforcement tactics differ for active shooters: ANALYSIS
by ABC News · Jun 3, 2022 Read More about How law enforcement tactics differ for active shooters: ANALYSIS
State and local leaders meet in Waco to discuss school safety
by KWTX · Jun 3, 2022 Read More about State and local leaders meet in Waco to discuss school safety
Are Student Loan Payments Too Broken To Bring Back?
by The Balance · Jun 2, 2022 Read More about Are Student Loan Payments Too Broken To Bring Back?
How Well-Barricaded Was the Texas Shooter in the Classroom?
by Vice · Jun 1, 2022 Read More about How Well-Barricaded Was the Texas Shooter in the Classroom?

May 2022

ALERRT active shooter training center developing curriculum for students
by Fox 29 · May 28, 2022 Read More about ALERRT active shooter training center developing curriculum for students
Explained: Active shooter vs. barricaded suspect response
by News Nation · May 27, 2022 Read More about Explained: Active shooter vs. barricaded suspect response
Research: Armed campus police do not prevent school shootings
by PolitiFact · May 26, 2022 Read More about Research: Armed campus police do not prevent school shootings
Texas lawmakers again want to “harden” schools. But security efforts are lacking, and experts question their worth.
by Texas Tribune · May 26, 2022 Read More about Texas lawmakers again want to “harden” schools. But security efforts are lacking, and experts question their worth.
Shades of Parkland: Cops in Texas face scrutiny over response to mass shooting at school
by Miami Herald · May 26, 2022 Read More about Shades of Parkland: Cops in Texas face scrutiny over response to mass shooting at school
Retired Texas officer speaks on mass shooting trauma at active threat training in Oshkosh
by WTMJ · May 25, 2022 Read More about Retired Texas officer speaks on mass shooting trauma at active threat training in Oshkosh
What Texas safety requirements changed after the 2018 Santa Fe High School shooting?
by KXAN · May 25, 2022 Read More about What Texas safety requirements changed after the 2018 Santa Fe High School shooting?
The Uvalde school district had an extensive safety plan. 19 children were killed anyway.
by NBC News · May 25, 2022 Read More about The Uvalde school district had an extensive safety plan. 19 children were killed anyway.
‘Good guys with guns’ – do they help stop shooters? Here’s what data says
by KXAN · May 25, 2022 Read More about ‘Good guys with guns’ – do they help stop shooters? Here’s what data says
The GOP’s Only Answer to School Shootings Didn’t Help in Uvalde
by Slate · May 25, 2022 Read More about The GOP’s Only Answer to School Shootings Didn’t Help in Uvalde
ALERRT active shooter training center developing ‘age-appropriate’ curriculum for students
by KXAN · May 24, 2022 Read More about ALERRT active shooter training center developing ‘age-appropriate’ curriculum for students
FBI's 2021 active shooter report gives insight into U.S.'s mass shootings
by New York Times · May 24, 2022 Read More about FBI's 2021 active shooter report gives insight into U.S.'s mass shootings
Uvalde school shooting prompts talks about prevention, safety
by CBS News · May 24, 2022 Read More about Uvalde school shooting prompts talks about prevention, safety
Texas School Safety Center Director on Uvalde shooting
by CBS News · May 24, 2022 Read More about Texas School Safety Center Director on Uvalde shooting
Texas microbiologist explains what is known about monkeypox
by KXAN · May 21, 2022 Read More about Texas microbiologist explains what is known about monkeypox
Understanding the Basis of Superior Memory
by Discover Magazine · May 13, 2022 Read More about Understanding the Basis of Superior Memory
Fort Worth Zoo releases endangered toad by the thousands
by CBS DFW · May 4, 2022 Read More about Fort Worth Zoo releases endangered toad by the thousands
Experts discuss possible environmental challenges, concerns with tunnels planned for Central Texas
by KVUE · May 2, 2022 Read More about Experts discuss possible environmental challenges, concerns with tunnels planned for Central Texas
Conservationists nearing end of bulk hydrilla removal from San Marcos River
by Spectrum · May 2, 2022 Read More about Conservationists nearing end of bulk hydrilla removal from San Marcos River

April 2022

#TBT: A salute to the sung & unsung heroes of Texas music at the Wittliff
by CBS Austin · Apr 29, 2022 Read More about #TBT: A salute to the sung & unsung heroes of Texas music at the Wittliff
We’re Facing A Critical Shortage Of Medical Laboratory Professionals
by Forbes · Apr 28, 2022 Read More about We’re Facing A Critical Shortage Of Medical Laboratory Professionals
3 Counterintuitive Findings About Motivation That Teachers Can Use
by Education Week · Apr 24, 2022 Read More about 3 Counterintuitive Findings About Motivation That Teachers Can Use
The therapeutic power of scuba diving
by The Washington Post · Apr 22, 2022 Read More about The therapeutic power of scuba diving
How Is Social Media Morphing Our Self-Image?
by Discover Magazine · Apr 22, 2022 Read More about How Is Social Media Morphing Our Self-Image?
Local first responders to be trained on ‘Fire as a Weapon’ events
by KXAN · Apr 20, 2022 Read More about Local first responders to be trained on ‘Fire as a Weapon’ events
Marijuana: 4 essential reads on the uses, effects and potential of cannabis
by The Conversation · Apr 19, 2022 Read More about Marijuana: 4 essential reads on the uses, effects and potential of cannabis
“Migrant Lockdowns” Are the New Active-Shooter Drills in the Rio Grande Valley
by Texas Monthly · Apr 14, 2022 Read More about “Migrant Lockdowns” Are the New Active-Shooter Drills in the Rio Grande Valley
Researchers find minority-owned businesses don't grow as fast as majority-owned businesses
by KVUE · Apr 14, 2022 Read More about Researchers find minority-owned businesses don't grow as fast as majority-owned businesses
Yes, anybody can be buried at sea. Why people pick the ocean as their final resting place
by Los Angeles Times · Apr 12, 2022 Read More about Yes, anybody can be buried at sea. Why people pick the ocean as their final resting place
Is Russia committing genocide in Ukraine?
by Vox · Apr 12, 2022 Read More about Is Russia committing genocide in Ukraine?
New study confirms potential of geoelectrical methods in search for hidden graves
by Phys.org · Apr 12, 2022 Read More about New study confirms potential of geoelectrical methods in search for hidden graves
How can more Latino businesses thrive? Texas researchers want to know what's keeping them back
by Austin American-Statesman · Apr 12, 2022 Read More about How can more Latino businesses thrive? Texas researchers want to know what's keeping them back
Research shows some Texas Latinos have doubts about effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines
by KVUE · Apr 7, 2022 Read More about Research shows some Texas Latinos have doubts about effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines
Mental health problems come with an added 'cost' of poorer cognitive function – a neuropsychologist explains
by Houston Chronicle · Apr 7, 2022 Read More about Mental health problems come with an added 'cost' of poorer cognitive function – a neuropsychologist explains
Behind the guitar: A new collection of artifacts paints a more nuanced picture of Stevie Ray Vaughan
by Texas Standard · Apr 5, 2022 Read More about Behind the guitar: A new collection of artifacts paints a more nuanced picture of Stevie Ray Vaughan
New wave of unionization hits Texas
by Texas Public Radio · Apr 4, 2022 Read More about New wave of unionization hits Texas
Forensic team surveys migrant graves outside Brownsville
by My RGV News · Apr 4, 2022 Read More about Forensic team surveys migrant graves outside Brownsville
Cow dung fires linked to black fungus epidemic in India
by SciDevNet · Apr 4, 2022 Read More about Cow dung fires linked to black fungus epidemic in India
Rep. Doggett Secures $2M for Central TX Mental Health Data Map
by Austin Chronicle · Apr 1, 2022 Read More about Rep. Doggett Secures $2M for Central TX Mental Health Data Map

March 2022

McCoy College of Business announces plans for transformative Student Success Center
by San Marcos Corridor News · Mar 29, 2022 Read More about McCoy College of Business announces plans for transformative Student Success Center
Texas university drums up new Stevie Ray Vaughan archive and $1 million donation
by Culture Map San Antonio · Mar 29, 2022 Read More about Texas university drums up new Stevie Ray Vaughan archive and $1 million donation
Blood Collection Tube Shortages Continue - “Routine” Labs Should Be Limited
by Forbes · Mar 28, 2022 Read More about Blood Collection Tube Shortages Continue - “Routine” Labs Should Be Limited
Why are Texas teachers quitting their jobs? Stress, burnout
by Austin American-Statesman · Mar 28, 2022 Read More about Why are Texas teachers quitting their jobs? Stress, burnout
Texas State University women under 40 among top income earners
by KXAN · Mar 28, 2022 Read More about Texas State University women under 40 among top income earners
New project aims to identify mental health 'service deserts' in Central Texas
by Austin American-Statesman · Mar 24, 2022 Read More about New project aims to identify mental health 'service deserts' in Central Texas
A Texas university produces some the highest-paid women in the country, report says
by Houston Chronicle · Mar 24, 2022 Read More about A Texas university produces some the highest-paid women in the country, report says
Texas State University produces some of the highest paid women in the country, report says
by San Antonio Express-News · Mar 23, 2022 Read More about Texas State University produces some of the highest paid women in the country, report says
Economists worry about warning sign suggesting future recession
by KXAN · Mar 16, 2022 Read More about Economists worry about warning sign suggesting future recession
Covid-19, flu combo vaccines an advance but with rollout quandaries
by Clinical Trials Arena · Mar 14, 2022 Read More about Covid-19, flu combo vaccines an advance but with rollout quandaries
Human Remains Discovered In Europe Could Be Oldest Evidence Of Mummification
by UNILAD · Mar 8, 2022 Read More about Human Remains Discovered In Europe Could Be Oldest Evidence Of Mummification
The gilled menace: San Marcos researchers try to stop invasive suckermouth catfish
by San Antonio Express-News · Mar 7, 2022 Read More about The gilled menace: San Marcos researchers try to stop invasive suckermouth catfish

February 2022

Study: Don’t take your cohabitating partner for granted
by Mirage News · Feb 11, 2022 Read More about Study: Don’t take your cohabitating partner for granted
Expert says 3 boil water notices in 4 years is not normal for a city the size of Austin
by KVUE · Feb 8, 2022 Read More about Expert says 3 boil water notices in 4 years is not normal for a city the size of Austin

January 2022

Can yoga cure your COVID stress? A new Texas State University study is testing the theory.
by Houston Chronicle · Jan 31, 2022 Read More about Can yoga cure your COVID stress? A new Texas State University study is testing the theory.
Omicron patients shed virus longer, Japan study suggests
by KXAN · Jan 30, 2022 Read More about Omicron patients shed virus longer, Japan study suggests
'Pandemics don't end with a bang' - lessons from the Spanish Flu
by Raidió Teilifís Éireann · Jan 26, 2022 Read More about 'Pandemics don't end with a bang' - lessons from the Spanish Flu
Why Americans Can’t Call in Sick
by Dame Magazine · Jan 26, 2022 Read More about Why Americans Can’t Call in Sick
Some medical labs seeing staff shortages, and it affects more than just COVID-19 test results
by KXAN · Jan 25, 2022 Read More about Some medical labs seeing staff shortages, and it affects more than just COVID-19 test results
Texas State University researchers eagerly await data from NASA's new $10 billion telescope
by KHOU · Jan 24, 2022 Read More about Texas State University researchers eagerly await data from NASA's new $10 billion telescope
Hundreds of invasive fish removed from San Marcos River — why aquarium dumping is bad
by KXAN · Jan 24, 2022 Read More about Hundreds of invasive fish removed from San Marcos River — why aquarium dumping is bad
Is Annabelle: Creation Based on a True Story?
by The Cinemaholic · Jan 22, 2022 Read More about Is Annabelle: Creation Based on a True Story?
Not Just Nurses: Medical Lab Pros in Short Supply Amid Omicron Surge
by Dallas Observer · Jan 22, 2022 Read More about Not Just Nurses: Medical Lab Pros in Short Supply Amid Omicron Surge
MS coroners learn latest death investigation techniques from Texas Body Farm
by WLBT · Jan 20, 2022 Read More about MS coroners learn latest death investigation techniques from Texas Body Farm
List: Reasons people aren’t getting vaccinated against COVID-19
by KXAN · Jan 19, 2022 Read More about List: Reasons people aren’t getting vaccinated against COVID-19
Amazon just announced a big collaboration with Texas State. Here’s what that means.
by San Antonio Express-News · Jan 18, 2022 Read More about Amazon just announced a big collaboration with Texas State. Here’s what that means.
New antifungal medications are sorely needed
by Knowable Magazine · Jan 18, 2022 Read More about New antifungal medications are sorely needed
'I can hate no more': Mother of Joe Campos Torres, vet killed by Houston police, breaks decades of silence
by Houston Chronicle · Jan 18, 2022 Read More about 'I can hate no more': Mother of Joe Campos Torres, vet killed by Houston police, breaks decades of silence
The Secrets of Bonfire Shelter
by Texas Monthly · Jan 17, 2022 Read More about The Secrets of Bonfire Shelter
Amazon selects Texas State University as partner for Career Choice program
by News4SanAntonio · Jan 14, 2022 Read More about Amazon selects Texas State University as partner for Career Choice program
What new research says about how many patrol officers the Austin Police Department needs
by Austin American-Statesman · Jan 12, 2022 Read More about What new research says about how many patrol officers the Austin Police Department needs
APD patrol needs increased staffing to meet target response time, says new study
by KVUE · Jan 11, 2022 Read More about APD patrol needs increased staffing to meet target response time, says new study
Clovis hunters’ reputation as mammoth killers takes a hit
by Science News · Jan 11, 2022 Read More about Clovis hunters’ reputation as mammoth killers takes a hit
Texas State study: More pressure to work sick amid omicron variant surge
by KXAN · Jan 10, 2022 Read More about Texas State study: More pressure to work sick amid omicron variant surge
Workers testing positive for COVID-19 experience growing pressure to go to work
by CBS Austin · Jan 10, 2022 Read More about Workers testing positive for COVID-19 experience growing pressure to go to work
Central Texas universities begin spring semester as COVID-19 cases, hospitalization spike
by CBS Austin · Jan 10, 2022 Read More about Central Texas universities begin spring semester as COVID-19 cases, hospitalization spike
What is the COVID-19 antibody blood test and should I get one?
by Patient · Jan 8, 2022 Read More about What is the COVID-19 antibody blood test and should I get one?
Why Satan may be the best option for abortion-seekers in Texas
by The New Statesman · Jan 5, 2022 Read More about Why Satan may be the best option for abortion-seekers in Texas

December  2021

Medical labs face understaffing and burnout as demand for COVID tests skyrockets in Texas
by KUT · Dec 29, 2021 Read More about Medical labs face understaffing and burnout as demand for COVID tests skyrockets in Texas
Texas Runs Low on the Monoclonal Antibody Effective Against Omicron
by Dallas Observer · Dec 29, 2021 Read More about Texas Runs Low on the Monoclonal Antibody Effective Against Omicron
How Ohio's Indigenous sacred sites became a religious flashpoint
by Denver Gazette · Dec 27, 2021 Read More about How Ohio's Indigenous sacred sites became a religious flashpoint
TXST Gets NASA Grants for Exploring Moon, Mars Construction
by KLBJ · Dec 16, 2021 Read More about TXST Gets NASA Grants for Exploring Moon, Mars Construction
What We Can Learn from the 1918 Flu Pandemic as the Omicron Variant Spreads
by Healthline · Dec 11, 2021 Read More about What We Can Learn from the 1918 Flu Pandemic as the Omicron Variant Spreads
These Texas State students are turning invasive plants from the San Marcos River into menstrual pads
by KUT · Dec 10, 2021 Read More about These Texas State students are turning invasive plants from the San Marcos River into menstrual pads
The Dead Sea of West Texas
by Texas Monthly · Dec 8, 2021 Read More about The Dead Sea of West Texas
Will we need a COVID-19 booster vaccine every year?
by Patient · Dec 7, 2021 Read More about Will we need a COVID-19 booster vaccine every year?
New Braunfels businesses face ongoing supply chain issues and rising costs
by Community Impact · Dec 6, 2021 Read More about New Braunfels businesses face ongoing supply chain issues and rising costs
Enron's Cast of Characters: Where They Are 20 Years After the Fall
by Bloomberg · Dec 2, 2021 Read More about Enron's Cast of Characters: Where They Are 20 Years After the Fall
In wake of Michigan school shooting, here’s how Texas schools handle safety
by KXAN · Dec 2, 2021 Read More about In wake of Michigan school shooting, here’s how Texas schools handle safety
'Forever in our hearts': 30 years later, Austin still without answers on murdered teen girls
by Austin American-Statesman · Dec 1, 2021 Read More about 'Forever in our hearts': 30 years later, Austin still without answers on murdered teen girls

November  2021

When Central Americans go missing on their way to the US, their mothers go searching
by KHOU · Nov 24, 2021 Read More about When Central Americans go missing on their way to the US, their mothers go searching
A 5-stage framework to help you understand grief and find meaning in loss
by Insider · Nov 19, 2021 Read More about A 5-stage framework to help you understand grief and find meaning in loss
What Veterans Should Look Out For And Where To Find Personal Finance Help
by KXAN · Nov 5, 2021 Read More about What Veterans Should Look Out For And Where To Find Personal Finance Help

October 2021

Orgies, Harassment, Fraud: Satanic Temple Rocked by Accusations, Lawsuit
by Newsweek · Oct 29, 2021 Read More about Orgies, Harassment, Fraud: Satanic Temple Rocked by Accusations, Lawsuit
Prop A would mandate 2 police officers per 1,000 residents. Where does that ratio come from?
by KUT · Oct 25, 2021 Read More about Prop A would mandate 2 police officers per 1,000 residents. Where does that ratio come from?
CDC Sleuths Find Source Of Deadly Melioidosis Outbreak Is A Room Spray Sold At Walmart
by Forbes · Oct 24, 2021 Read More about CDC Sleuths Find Source Of Deadly Melioidosis Outbreak Is A Room Spray Sold At Walmart
Police Say Jiu-jitsu Can Make Them Less Violent During Arrests
by The Marshall Project · Oct 22, 2021 Read More about Police Say Jiu-jitsu Can Make Them Less Violent During Arrests
'Bones' found at North Port reserve belong to Brian Laundrie: FBI
by FOX 7 Austin · Oct 21, 2021 Read More about 'Bones' found at North Port reserve belong to Brian Laundrie: FBI
Feeling Too Schlubby to Have Sex? It’s Not Just You.
by The Wall Street Journal · Oct 19, 2021 Read More about Feeling Too Schlubby to Have Sex? It’s Not Just You.
How to Talk to Parents About COVID-19 Vaccines: 3 Tips From Scientists
by Education Week · Oct 19, 2021 Read More about How to Talk to Parents About COVID-19 Vaccines: 3 Tips From Scientists
Can Skeletons Have a Racial Identity?
by New York Times · Oct 19, 2021 Read More about Can Skeletons Have a Racial Identity?
China’s Latest Craze: Scripted Murders, With Real Tears and Piracy
by New York Times · Oct 16, 2021 Read More about China’s Latest Craze: Scripted Murders, With Real Tears and Piracy
Central Texas universities highlight federal support for Hispanic students
by Austin American-Statesman · Oct 13, 2021 Read More about Central Texas universities highlight federal support for Hispanic students
The world of water law is watching Mississippi’s aquifer fight
by Mississippi Today · Oct 11, 2021 Read More about The world of water law is watching Mississippi’s aquifer fight
Texas school shootings are rare, but experts worry about an uptick during pandemic
by Dallas News · Oct 7, 2021 Read More about Texas school shootings are rare, but experts worry about an uptick during pandemic
This tiny fish in the San Marcos River is probably extinct. So, what killed it?
by Texas Public Radio · Oct 5, 2021 Read More about This tiny fish in the San Marcos River is probably extinct. So, what killed it?
Death 101: A look inside Texas State University’s body farm and forensic anthropology center
by KSAT · Oct 4, 2021 Read More about Death 101: A look inside Texas State University’s body farm and forensic anthropology center
Goodbye to a Ghost: East Texas’s Ivory-billed Woodpecker Is Now Officially Extinct
by Texas Monthly · Oct 1, 2021 Read More about Goodbye to a Ghost: East Texas’s Ivory-billed Woodpecker Is Now Officially Extinct
MIS-C Cases Spike Among North Texas Kids, but Experts Say Context Is Everything
by Dallas Observer · Oct 1, 2021 Read More about MIS-C Cases Spike Among North Texas Kids, but Experts Say Context Is Everything

September 2021

Is “Compersion” the Opposite of Jealousy?
by Psychology Today · Sep 30, 2021 Read More about Is “Compersion” the Opposite of Jealousy?
Why Republicans want to audit election results in a state President Donald Trump won
by KIITV · Sep 27, 2021 Read More about Why Republicans want to audit election results in a state President Donald Trump won
Announcing a New Glasstire Virtual Artist-in-Residence Project by Mark Menjivar
by Glasstire · Sep 26, 2021 Read More about Announcing a New Glasstire Virtual Artist-in-Residence Project by Mark Menjivar
Why the Entitled Like to Keep Everyone in Suspense
by Psychology Today · Sep 25, 2021 Read More about Why the Entitled Like to Keep Everyone in Suspense
How Did This Happen? The U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll Has Surpassed 1918 Flu Total
by Healthline · Sep 22, 2021 Read More about How Did This Happen? The U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll Has Surpassed 1918 Flu Total
Tennessee says vaccinated people should be last in line for antibody treatments to save them for the unvaccinated
by Business Insider · Sep 21, 2021 Read More about Tennessee says vaccinated people should be last in line for antibody treatments to save them for the unvaccinated
In Texas high country, Biden's effort to expand federal water protection meets resistance
by Houston Chronicle · Sep 20, 2021 Read More about In Texas high country, Biden's effort to expand federal water protection meets resistance
Hospital Admissions are Declining in Dallas County, but Experts Warn Against Letting Up
by Dallas Observer · Sep 14, 2021 Read More about Hospital Admissions are Declining in Dallas County, but Experts Warn Against Letting Up
New Braunfels vocalist to pay tribute to one of 9/11’s first victims
by New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung · Sep 10, 2021 Read More about New Braunfels vocalist to pay tribute to one of 9/11’s first victims

August 2021

Carla Walker’s family urges killer to confess to other crimes. Did he have other victims?
by Fort Worth Star Telegram · Aug 27, 2021 Read More about Carla Walker’s family urges killer to confess to other crimes. Did he have other victims?
Aging in the Right Place
by Texas Monthly · Aug 31, 2021 Read More about Aging in the Right Place
Central Texas restaurants navigate changing labor landscape
by FOX 7 Austin · Aug 24, 2021 Read More about Central Texas restaurants navigate changing labor landscape
Texas State University president to retire at end of school year after 20 years
by Texas Tribune · Aug 20, 2021 Read More about Texas State University president to retire at end of school year after 20 years
More Migrants Die Crossing the Border in South Texas Than Anywhere Else in the U.S. This Documentary Depicts the Human Toll
by TIME · Aug 20, 2021 Read More about More Migrants Die Crossing the Border in South Texas Than Anywhere Else in the U.S. This Documentary Depicts the Human Toll
Vaccinated Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tests positive for COVID-19, not feeling symptoms
by KXAN · Aug 17, 2021 Read More about Vaccinated Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tests positive for COVID-19, not feeling symptoms
Governor Abbott tests positive for COVID-19
by CBS Austin · Aug 17, 2021 Read More about Governor Abbott tests positive for COVID-19
How the Pandemic Now Ends
by The Atlantic · Aug 12, 2021 Read More about How the Pandemic Now Ends
#TBT: Texas State students uncover history behind Austin first gay-friendly public space
by CBS Austin · Aug 12, 2021 Read More about #TBT: Texas State students uncover history behind Austin first gay-friendly public space
Why are people still showing up to work sick? Texas State study reveals COVID-19 workplace trends
by KXAN · Aug 7, 2021 Read More about Why are people still showing up to work sick? Texas State study reveals COVID-19 workplace trends
Behind the scenes of broadcasting the Tokyo Olympics during a pandemic
by KXAN · Aug 3, 2021 Read More about Behind the scenes of broadcasting the Tokyo Olympics during a pandemic
East Texas experts say many factors influenced increase in consumer goods prices
by KLTV · Aug 2, 2021 Read More about East Texas experts say many factors influenced increase in consumer goods prices
What are the long-term effects of COVID-19 on the lungs?
by KXAN · Aug 1, 2021 Read More about What are the long-term effects of COVID-19 on the lungs?

July 2021

20 Amazing Facts That Often Get Overlooked About the Titanic
by Reader's Digest · Jul 21, 2021 Read More about 20 Amazing Facts That Often Get Overlooked About the Titanic
For some craft beer drinkers, less can mean more
by Houston Chronicle · Jul 20, 2021 Read More about For some craft beer drinkers, less can mean more
'Immigration is a very complex issue,' Texas federal judge rules DACA illegal
by KXXV · Jul 20, 2021 Read More about 'Immigration is a very complex issue,' Texas federal judge rules DACA illegal
3 Tips for International Students to Avoid Scams
by U.S. News and World Report · Jul 14, 2021 Read More about 3 Tips for International Students to Avoid Scams
What is child care insecurity? 2 social scientists explain
by Yahoo News · Jul 14, 2021 Read More about What is child care insecurity? 2 social scientists explain
Healing with a Clear Target
by Texas Monthly · Jul 12, 2021 Read More about Healing with a Clear Target
Have you heard of Coronasomnia? It could be affecting how you sleep
by KXAN · Jul 6, 2021 Read More about Have you heard of Coronasomnia? It could be affecting how you sleep
Fighting Vaccine Hesitancy: What Can We Learn From Social Science?
by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine · Jul 1, 2021 Read More about Fighting Vaccine Hesitancy: What Can We Learn From Social Science?

June 2021

A ‘hero’ bystander took down a gunman who killed a cop. Then an officer shot him by mistake, police say.
by Washington Post · Jun 28, 2021 Read More about A ‘hero’ bystander took down a gunman who killed a cop. Then an officer shot him by mistake, police say.
How to Keep a Relationship Alive, According to Experts
by Brides Magazine · Jun 24, 2021 Read More about How to Keep a Relationship Alive, According to Experts
Off-the-clock officers acting as on-duty cops: Alex Gonzales death shows need for restraint, experts say
by Austin American-Statesman · Jun 21, 2021 Read More about Off-the-clock officers acting as on-duty cops: Alex Gonzales death shows need for restraint, experts say
What's a 100-year flood? A hydrologist explains
by Yahoo News · Jun 17, 2021 Read More about What's a 100-year flood? A hydrologist explains
NatuWrap coating extends shelf life, cuts food waste
by Produce Blue Book · Jun 15, 2021 Read More about NatuWrap coating extends shelf life, cuts food waste
To return to a post-COVID normal, we must learn to trust one another again
by Los Angeles Times · Jun 14, 2021 Read More about To return to a post-COVID normal, we must learn to trust one another again
LIM Domain Only 1: One Gene, Many Roles in Cancer
by Technology Org · Jun 12, 2021 Read More about LIM Domain Only 1: One Gene, Many Roles in Cancer
Grammy Award-winning conductor share message of hope with LGBTQ+ community
by Fox News · Jun 11, 2021 Read More about Grammy Award-winning conductor share message of hope with LGBTQ+ community
Germany acknowledged colonial atrocities in Namibia as genocide. Victims’ groups want more.
by Washington Post · Jun 9, 2021 Read More about Germany acknowledged colonial atrocities in Namibia as genocide. Victims’ groups want more.
Report indicates more breakthrough COVID-19 cases among vaccinated women in Austin
by CBS Austin · Jun 8, 2021 Read More about Report indicates more breakthrough COVID-19 cases among vaccinated women in Austin
Which US vaccine plans actually helped hard-hit communities?
by MIT Technology Review · Jun 7, 2021 Read More about Which US vaccine plans actually helped hard-hit communities?
PODCAST: Is BSFL a viable cattle feed ingredient?
by Feed Strategy · Jun 3, 2021 Read More about PODCAST: Is BSFL a viable cattle feed ingredient?
A Loaded Word: The Challenge of Defining Active Assailant Protocols in PreK-12 Schools
by Security Magazine · Jun 1, 2021 Read More about A Loaded Word: The Challenge of Defining Active Assailant Protocols in PreK-12 Schools
Biden will allow undocumented students to access pandemic relief
by Washington Post · Jun 1, 2021 Read More about Biden will allow undocumented students to access pandemic relief

May 2021

Has your libido left you during lockdown? Our experts provide the best advice to relight the fire in your sex life
by Daily Mail · May 29, 2021 Read More about Has your libido left you during lockdown? Our experts provide the best advice to relight the fire in your sex life
Biden will allow undocumented students to access pandemic relief
by The Washington Post · May 27, 2021 Read More about Biden will allow undocumented students to access pandemic relief
25 years after the 'Boom Boom Room' lawsuit, Wall Street still has a long way to go
by CNN · May 27, 2021 Read More about 25 years after the 'Boom Boom Room' lawsuit, Wall Street still has a long way to go
Facebook, TikTok and crime: Experts say the digital age is allowing crime to be seen LIVE
by KSAT · May 26, 2021 Read More about Facebook, TikTok and crime: Experts say the digital age is allowing crime to be seen LIVE
Austin's homicide, violent crime numbers go up, but may not mean what you think it means
by CBS Austin · May 21, 2021 Read More about Austin's homicide, violent crime numbers go up, but may not mean what you think it means
'I Was Doing Something To Appease The Devil': The 'Son Of Sam' Killings And The Satanic Panic
by Oxygen · May 7, 2021 Read More about 'I Was Doing Something To Appease The Devil': The 'Son Of Sam' Killings And The Satanic Panic
Encouraging Teen, Kid Covid Shots Likely ‘Hard Sell’ to Parents
by Bloomberg Law · May 5, 2021 Read More about Encouraging Teen, Kid Covid Shots Likely ‘Hard Sell’ to Parents
Operation Identification has grim task of examining migrant remains
by KSAT · May 5, 2021 Read More about Operation Identification has grim task of examining migrant remains
Anti-vaxxers aren’t the cause of America’s dropping vaccine rates
by Vox · May 5, 2021 Read More about Anti-vaxxers aren’t the cause of America’s dropping vaccine rates
Indians are forced to change rituals for their dead as COVID-19 rages through cities and villages
by The Conversation · May 4, 2021 Read More about Indians are forced to change rituals for their dead as COVID-19 rages through cities and villages

April 2021

Transforming Training: Austin Uses VR for EMS Responders
by Government Technology · Apr 29, 2021 Read More about Transforming Training: Austin Uses VR for EMS Responders
College program focuses on elementary teacher shortage
by Houston Chronicle · Apr 26, 2021 Read More about College program focuses on elementary teacher shortage
Black soldier fly could be key to reducing carbon footprint of livestock
by Spectrum News · Apr 26, 2021 Read More about Black soldier fly could be key to reducing carbon footprint of livestock
How the pandemic has changed our sex lives
by BBC · Apr 23, 2021 Read More about How the pandemic has changed our sex lives
Mass COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Texas State University aims to reach thousands
by KXAN · Apr 22, 2021 Read More about Mass COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Texas State University aims to reach thousands
To Beat Covid Variants, The U.S. Must Do More To Find Them
by Forbes · Apr 20, 2021 Read More about To Beat Covid Variants, The U.S. Must Do More To Find Them
5 Bizarre Crime Scene Professions You Haven’t Heard Of Before
by Reader's Digest · Apr 20, 2021 Read More about 5 Bizarre Crime Scene Professions You Haven’t Heard Of Before
Meatpackers Union Files Federal Complaint, Alleging Guymon Pork Plant's COVID Response Inadequate
by Public Radio Tulsa · Apr 8, 2021 Read More about Meatpackers Union Files Federal Complaint, Alleging Guymon Pork Plant's COVID Response Inadequate
Take Your Daily Walk to the Next Level by Trying an ‘Awe Walk'
by NBC Los Angeles · Apr 1, 2021 Read More about Take Your Daily Walk to the Next Level by Trying an ‘Awe Walk'

March 2021

How to convince people to accept a Covid-19 vaccine
by Knowable Magazine · Mar 31, 2021 Read More about How to convince people to accept a Covid-19 vaccine
A Pyrotechnic History of Humanity
by BBC Radio · Mar 30, 2021 Read More about A Pyrotechnic History of Humanity
Austinites weigh in on possible 'vaccine passports' as part of return to normalcy
by CBS Austin · Mar 29, 2021 Read More about Austinites weigh in on possible 'vaccine passports' as part of return to normalcy
In Boulder shooting, Eric Talley answered 'most dangerous call' in law enforcement. How police strategy has evolved over the years
by USA Today · Mar 25, 2021 Read More about In Boulder shooting, Eric Talley answered 'most dangerous call' in law enforcement. How police strategy has evolved over the years
Only-child syndrome: Real thing or unnecessary worry?
by Care · Mar 25, 2021 Read More about Only-child syndrome: Real thing or unnecessary worry?
The Mystery of The Freeway Phantom
by Medium · Mar 25, 2021 Read More about The Mystery of The Freeway Phantom
Will in-person events and gatherings be back before 2022? The events industry thinks so
by Dallas News · Mar 22, 2021 Read More about Will in-person events and gatherings be back before 2022? The events industry thinks so
Archaeologists have recorded 233 ancient art sites along Texas’ border with Mexico. Now they want to discover the meanings behind the murals
by San Antonio Report · Mar 21, 2021 Read More about Archaeologists have recorded 233 ancient art sites along Texas’ border with Mexico. Now they want to discover the meanings behind the murals
It's time to stop saying words like 'Schitzo' and phrases like 'I'm so OCD.' Here's why.
by USA Today · Mar 19, 2021 Read More about It's time to stop saying words like 'Schitzo' and phrases like 'I'm so OCD.' Here's why.
A Brief History Of Women And Investing In America
by Forbes · Mar 17, 2021 Read More about A Brief History Of Women And Investing In America
50 species that no longer exist in the wild
by MSN News · Mar 15, 2021 Read More about 50 species that no longer exist in the wild
When Your Romantic Partner Fails to Meet Your Sexual Ideal
by Psychology Today · Mar 15, 2021 Read More about When Your Romantic Partner Fails to Meet Your Sexual Ideal
What To Know About Dungeons And Dragons Moral Panic And Its Link To 4 Savage Murders In Pennsylvania
by Oxygen · Mar 9, 2021 Read More about What To Know About Dungeons And Dragons Moral Panic And Its Link To 4 Savage Murders In Pennsylvania
Drivers asked to take traffic survey and help plan for post-pandemic gridlock
by CBS Austin · Mar 9, 2021 Read More about Drivers asked to take traffic survey and help plan for post-pandemic gridlock
Motivation is a key factor in whether students cheat
by The Conversation · Mar 4, 2021 Read More about Motivation is a key factor in whether students cheat
There Is No Vaccine for Grief
by New York Times · Mar 2, 2021 Read More about There Is No Vaccine for Grief
Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument, Texas
by Archaeology · Mar 1, 2021 Read More about Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument, Texas

February 2021

Infectious disease experts warn against loosening mask mandate
by CBS Austin · Feb 26, 2021 Read More about Infectious disease experts warn against loosening mask mandate
The next Covid-19 vaccine hurdle: Convincing millions of Americans they want the shot
by Vox · Feb 22, 2021 Read More about The next Covid-19 vaccine hurdle: Convincing millions of Americans they want the shot
Why herd immunity may be impossible without vaccinating children against COVID-19
by The Conversation · Feb 17, 2021 Read More about Why herd immunity may be impossible without vaccinating children against COVID-19
Did the coronavirus really come from frozen food, as the WHO suggests?
by New Scientist · Feb 12, 2021 Read More about Did the coronavirus really come from frozen food, as the WHO suggests?
Expert-Approved Strategies to Help Your Family Understand Gender-Neutral Pronouns
by PopSugar · Feb 11, 2021 Read More about Expert-Approved Strategies to Help Your Family Understand Gender-Neutral Pronouns
In Employee Compensation, You Get What You Pay For, According to American Accounting Association Study
by Yahoo! Finance · Feb 10, 2021 Read More about In Employee Compensation, You Get What You Pay For, According to American Accounting Association Study
If you’re dating, the pandemic may have sped up your relationship. So you make it or break it sooner
by Toronto Star · Feb 8, 2021 Read More about If you’re dating, the pandemic may have sped up your relationship. So you make it or break it sooner
The vaccine alternatives for people with compromised immune systems
by National Geographic · Feb 4, 2021 Read More about The vaccine alternatives for people with compromised immune systems

January 2021

Biden is inheriting a wrecked economy, but Democrats have a record of avoiding recession and reducing unemployment
by The Conversation · Jan 20, 2021 Read More about Biden is inheriting a wrecked economy, but Democrats have a record of avoiding recession and reducing unemployment
Texas Scholar Argues Fascism Did Not End With World War II
by Texas Standard · Jan 19, 2021 Read More about Texas Scholar Argues Fascism Did Not End With World War II
The chilling similarities between the pro-Trump mob and lynchings a century ago
by Washington Post · Jan 15, 2021 Read More about The chilling similarities between the pro-Trump mob and lynchings a century ago
Is This the Last Place in America People Will Get Vaccines?
by The Daily Beast · Jan 11, 2021 Read More about Is This the Last Place in America People Will Get Vaccines?
The Many Nameless Migrant Skeletons Buried Along America’s Border
by The Daily Beast · Jan 11, 2021 Read More about The Many Nameless Migrant Skeletons Buried Along America’s Border
14 Body Language Mistakes You Didn’t Know You Were Making
by Reader's Digest · Jan 5, 2021 Read More about 14 Body Language Mistakes You Didn’t Know You Were Making
How the 'Western mind' was shaped by the Medieval Church
by BBC · Jan 3, 2021 Read More about How the 'Western mind' was shaped by the Medieval Church

December 2020

A Gentle Reminder That 2021 Isn't Going To Be A Magical Cure For 2020
by Huffington Post · Dec 31, 2020 Read More about A Gentle Reminder That 2021 Isn't Going To Be A Magical Cure For 2020
Life in the Time of COVID-19: Respiratory Aerosol Medication
by American Association for Respiratory Care · Dec 30, 2020 Read More about Life in the Time of COVID-19: Respiratory Aerosol Medication
This New Ad Campaign Aims To Win Over Hawaii’s COVID-19 Vaccine Skeptics
by Honolulu Civil Beat · Dec 30, 2020 Read More about This New Ad Campaign Aims To Win Over Hawaii’s COVID-19 Vaccine Skeptics
In context: 'Operation Undaunted' and crime in Austin
by Austin American-Statesman · Dec 30, 2020 Read More about In context: 'Operation Undaunted' and crime in Austin
A movement, a slogan, a rallying cry: How Black Lives Matter changed America's view on race
by NBC News · Dec 29, 2020 Read More about A movement, a slogan, a rallying cry: How Black Lives Matter changed America's view on race
Monoclonal antibody treatments could cut COVID-19 hospitalizations significantly - but doctors aren't using their full supply
by Business Insider · Dec 29, 2020 Read More about Monoclonal antibody treatments could cut COVID-19 hospitalizations significantly - but doctors aren't using their full supply
Where Year Two of the Pandemic Will Take Us
by The Atlantic · Dec 29, 2020 Read More about Where Year Two of the Pandemic Will Take Us
Medical laboratory professionals perform COVID-19 tests, face burnout and exhaustion
by CBS Austin · Dec 28, 2020 Read More about Medical laboratory professionals perform COVID-19 tests, face burnout and exhaustion
Breaking Up with a Friend: When It Should Happen & How to Do It
by Yahoo! Life · Dec 21, 2020 Read More about Breaking Up with a Friend: When It Should Happen & How to Do It
COVID-19 testing scientists are the unsung heroes of the pandemic
by Popular Science · Dec 16, 2020 Read More about COVID-19 testing scientists are the unsung heroes of the pandemic
The Covid-19 vaccine’s 2 big challenges
by Vox · Dec 14, 2020 Read More about The Covid-19 vaccine’s 2 big challenges
As Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine rolls out, next step is getting people to take it
by Wall Street Journal · Dec 13, 2020 Read More about As Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine rolls out, next step is getting people to take it
COVID-19 vaccine could end the pandemic, but here’s why millions of people plan to skip it
by Houston Chronicle · Dec 12, 2020 Read More about COVID-19 vaccine could end the pandemic, but here’s why millions of people plan to skip it
Dr. Cassandra LeClair: Emotional Intelligence; What It Is, Why It Is So Essential, And How We Can Increase It
by Medium · Dec 8, 2020 Read More about Dr. Cassandra LeClair: Emotional Intelligence; What It Is, Why It Is So Essential, And How We Can Increase It
Texas State triples available scholarship funding for fall 2021
by FOX 26 Houston · Dec 6, 2020 Read More about Texas State triples available scholarship funding for fall 2021
How Texas State University is using artificial intelligence to target mental stress
by KXAN · Dec 6, 2020 Read More about How Texas State University is using artificial intelligence to target mental stress
SpaceX launch carries Texas State experiment to International Space Station
by FOX 7 Austin · Dec 5, 2020 Read More about SpaceX launch carries Texas State experiment to International Space Station
How Your Smartphone Can Ruin Your Relationship
by People · Dec 3, 2020 Read More about How Your Smartphone Can Ruin Your Relationship
The COVID-19 Vaccines Are Coming. Is Texas Ready?
by Texas Monthly · Dec 3, 2020 Read More about The COVID-19 Vaccines Are Coming. Is Texas Ready?
Next Administration Could Mean New Safety Regulations For Coal Mines
by NPR · Dec 1, 2020 Read More about Next Administration Could Mean New Safety Regulations For Coal Mines

November 2020

What Needs To Happen Before The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Considered Over
by Huffington Post · Nov 30, 2020 Read More about What Needs To Happen Before The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Considered Over
Plagued by COVID-19 outbreaks, the meatpacking industry could be forced to change under Biden
by Yahoo! News · Nov 25, 2020 Read More about Plagued by COVID-19 outbreaks, the meatpacking industry could be forced to change under Biden
COVID-19: When can I get a vaccination? Do I have to get one? Things we’re still learning about vaccines
by MSN · Nov 25, 2020 Read More about COVID-19: When can I get a vaccination? Do I have to get one? Things we’re still learning about vaccines
400 years ago, visitors to this painted cave took hallucinogens
by National Geographic · Nov 24, 2020 Read More about 400 years ago, visitors to this painted cave took hallucinogens
Fact check: People will not have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to receive food stamps and rent assistance
by Reuters · Nov 20, 2020 Read More about Fact check: People will not have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to receive food stamps and rent assistance
What monoclonal antibodies are – and why we need them as well as a vaccine
by The Conversation · Nov 16, 2020 Read More about What monoclonal antibodies are – and why we need them as well as a vaccine
Millions celebrate Diwali: The Indian festival of lights
by KVUE · Nov 14, 2020 Read More about Millions celebrate Diwali: The Indian festival of lights
Learn Statistics to Unlock Data and Analytics Career Opportunities
by U.S. News and World Report · Nov 13, 2020 Read More about Learn Statistics to Unlock Data and Analytics Career Opportunities
KSAT Explains: The debate over body cameras
by KSAT · Nov 12, 2020 Read More about KSAT Explains: The debate over body cameras
How We Got Here
by Texas Observer · Nov 9, 2020 Read More about How We Got Here
Why Republicans and others concerned about the economy have reason to celebrate Biden in the White House
by Yahoo! News · Nov 7, 2020 Read More about Why Republicans and others concerned about the economy have reason to celebrate Biden in the White House
14 Best Co-Parenting Tips For Exes Raising Children In 2020, According To Experts
by Women's Health · Nov 6, 2020 Read More about 14 Best Co-Parenting Tips For Exes Raising Children In 2020, According To Experts
Every Year, Hundreds of Migrants Die or Go Missing in Brooks County. A New Documentary Tells Two Families’ Stories.
by Texas Montly · Nov 6, 2020 Read More about Every Year, Hundreds of Migrants Die or Go Missing in Brooks County. A New Documentary Tells Two Families’ Stories.
‘Everybody Is Biting Their Nails’: College Leaders Weigh Response as Nation Holds Its Breath
by The Chronicle of Higher Education · Nov 4, 2020 Read More about ‘Everybody Is Biting Their Nails’: College Leaders Weigh Response as Nation Holds Its Breath
Are Republicans Really Going to Fight to Throw Out Military Ballots?
by Slate · Nov 3, 2020 Read More about Are Republicans Really Going to Fight to Throw Out Military Ballots?

October 2020

Thank the Satanic Panic for Beetlejuice, The Addams Family, and the Golden Age of Creepy Kids' Shit
by Jezebel · Oct 28, 2020 Read More about Thank the Satanic Panic for Beetlejuice, The Addams Family, and the Golden Age of Creepy Kids' Shit
This common problem could lead to an early death
by The Ladders · Oct 23, 2020 Read More about This common problem could lead to an early death
These Trippy Desert Lights Are Still an Unsolved Texas Mystery
by Thrillist · Oct 19, 2020 Read More about These Trippy Desert Lights Are Still an Unsolved Texas Mystery
This Is the Worst Thing You Could Say to an Ex
by Yahoo! Lifestyle · Oct 18, 2020 Read More about This Is the Worst Thing You Could Say to an Ex
More young Americans show aversion for alcohol as doctors welcome the trend
by International Business Times · Oct 14, 2020 Read More about More young Americans show aversion for alcohol as doctors welcome the trend
Latinas Had the Highest Unemployment Rate This Year—and It’s Driving Them to Vote
by Ms. Magazine · Oct 13, 2020 Read More about Latinas Had the Highest Unemployment Rate This Year—and It’s Driving Them to Vote
What’s the Difference Between Alternate Day Fasting vs. Intermittent Fasting?
by MSN Lifestyle · Oct 13, 2020 Read More about What’s the Difference Between Alternate Day Fasting vs. Intermittent Fasting?
Help Wanted at Covid-19 Testing Labs
by Wall Street Journal · Oct 13, 2020 Read More about Help Wanted at Covid-19 Testing Labs
This Is the Worst Thing You Could Say to Someone in Bed
by Yahoo! · Oct 12, 2020 Read More about This Is the Worst Thing You Could Say to Someone in Bed
More than a quarter of 'Gen Zers' are now teetotal as young adults turn their back on booze and smoke cannabis instead, study suggests
by Daily Mail · Oct 12, 2020 Read More about More than a quarter of 'Gen Zers' are now teetotal as young adults turn their back on booze and smoke cannabis instead, study suggests
The dramatic ways US election voting methods have changed through history
by ABC Australia · Oct 10, 2020 Read More about The dramatic ways US election voting methods have changed through history
Examining Austin's Property Crime Trends
by PolitiFact · Oct 9, 2020 Read More about Examining Austin's Property Crime Trends
Austin ISD aims to strategically ‘level’ classrooms to ease burden on teachers
by KXAN · Oct 9, 2020 Read More about Austin ISD aims to strategically ‘level’ classrooms to ease burden on teachers
New Study Shows How Perfection And Anxiety Can Lead To Helicopter Parenting
by Forbes · Oct 3, 2020 Read More about New Study Shows How Perfection And Anxiety Can Lead To Helicopter Parenting

September 2020

This Is the Worst Thing You Could Say to Someone Who's Grieving
by Best Life · Sep 29, 2020 Read More about This Is the Worst Thing You Could Say to Someone Who's Grieving
New Study Cites Causes and Hazards of Helicopter Parenting
by Psychology Today · Sep 23, 2020 Read More about New Study Cites Causes and Hazards of Helicopter Parenting
AMD’s tech to power Texas universities’ COVID-19 research
by Austin American-Statesman · Sep 16, 2020 Read More about AMD’s tech to power Texas universities’ COVID-19 research
Without Good Public Health Strategy, The Coronavirus Pandemic Could Make Antimicrobial Resistance Worse
by Forbes · Sep 16, 2020 Read More about Without Good Public Health Strategy, The Coronavirus Pandemic Could Make Antimicrobial Resistance Worse
Woman’s effort to uncover her family tree led to discovery of part of Hays County history
by KXAN · Sep 15, 2020 Read More about Woman’s effort to uncover her family tree led to discovery of part of Hays County history
Study Finds Ibuprofen Likely Doesn’t Make COVID-19 Symptoms Worse
by Healthline · Sep 14, 2020 Read More about Study Finds Ibuprofen Likely Doesn’t Make COVID-19 Symptoms Worse
Your guide to safely and ethically visiting national parks this fall
by Washington Post · Sep 10, 2020 Read More about Your guide to safely and ethically visiting national parks this fall
Before You Engage A Vaccine Skeptic, Here's What You Need To Know
by Huffington Post · Sep 10, 2020 Read More about Before You Engage A Vaccine Skeptic, Here's What You Need To Know
Eugene Lee Discusses Black and Latino Playwrights Celebration With Big Ideas TXST
by Broadway World · Sep 9, 2020 Read More about Eugene Lee Discusses Black and Latino Playwrights Celebration With Big Ideas TXST
FOX 7 Discussion: Protecting bat populations
by FOX 7 Austin · Sep 5, 2020 Read More about FOX 7 Discussion: Protecting bat populations
Texas Governor Declares a Victory Over COVID. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
by Yahoo News · Sep 4, 2020 Read More about Texas Governor Declares a Victory Over COVID. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

August 2020

Anonymous Corpses at America’s Deadliest Border Crossing
by Vice · Aug 29, 2020 Read More about Anonymous Corpses at America’s Deadliest Border Crossing
A Covid-19 Vaccine Problem: People Who Are Afraid to Get One
by Wall Street Journal · Aug 28, 2020 Read More about A Covid-19 Vaccine Problem: People Who Are Afraid to Get One
Section of epic Pearl Brewery mural ‘The History of Ranching’ that was lost for years now at Texas State University
by San Antonio Express News · Aug 25, 2020 Read More about Section of epic Pearl Brewery mural ‘The History of Ranching’ that was lost for years now at Texas State University
Should Parents Consider Antimicrobial Backpacks and Lunchboxes This Year?
by The Daily Beast · Aug 24, 2020 Read More about Should Parents Consider Antimicrobial Backpacks and Lunchboxes This Year?
Did Eating Human Poop Play a Role in the Evolution of Dogs?
by Psychology Today · Aug 24, 2020 Read More about Did Eating Human Poop Play a Role in the Evolution of Dogs?
Texas State team tapped to research white-nose syndrome in bats
by Fox 7 Austin News · Aug 24, 2020 Read More about Texas State team tapped to research white-nose syndrome in bats
Do Teachers Need Face Shields When Returning To Work?
by The Daily Beast · Aug 22, 2020 Read More about Do Teachers Need Face Shields When Returning To Work?
Six ways the 2020 census will change your life
by Popular Science · Aug 21, 2020 Read More about Six ways the 2020 census will change your life
Texas State University professor discusses Joe Biden's acceptance speech
by Fox 7 Austin · Aug 20, 2020 Read More about Texas State University professor discusses Joe Biden's acceptance speech
Can the New Coronavirus Be Transmitted by Frozen Foods? Unlikely, Experts Say
by Healthline · Aug 18, 2020 Read More about Can the New Coronavirus Be Transmitted by Frozen Foods? Unlikely, Experts Say
How to Read an FDA Emergency Use Authorization
by Contagion Live · Aug 18, 2020 Read More about How to Read an FDA Emergency Use Authorization
Texas State University researchers find COVID-19 caused significant declines in crime rate
by CBS Austin · Aug 14, 2020 Read More about Texas State University researchers find COVID-19 caused significant declines in crime rate
Experts worry that a COVID-19 vaccine won't help if not enough people are willing to get one
by USA Today · Aug 13, 2020 Read More about Experts worry that a COVID-19 vaccine won't help if not enough people are willing to get one
The hidden profession saving lives
by CNBC · Aug 9, 2020 Read More about The hidden profession saving lives

July 2020

Nerdiest Investigation Ever: What Time of Day Did Vermeer Paint His Masterpiece?
by Popular Mechanics · Jul 31, 2020 Read More about Nerdiest Investigation Ever: What Time of Day Did Vermeer Paint His Masterpiece?
Worried Your Kid Is Falling Behind? You’re Not Alone
by New York Times · Jul 31, 2020 Read More about Worried Your Kid Is Falling Behind? You’re Not Alone
Astronomy Offers Fresh Look at Vermeer's 'View of Delft'
by Smithsonian Magazine · Jul 28, 2020 Read More about Astronomy Offers Fresh Look at Vermeer's 'View of Delft'
A Vaccine Reality Check
by The Atlantic · Jul 24, 2020 Read More about A Vaccine Reality Check
Even once a vaccine gets approved, big hurdles remain for distribution
by CNN · Jul 23, 2020 Read More about Even once a vaccine gets approved, big hurdles remain for distribution
Mistrust of a Coronavirus Vaccine Could Imperil Widespread Immunity
by The New York Times · Jul 20, 2020 Read More about Mistrust of a Coronavirus Vaccine Could Imperil Widespread Immunity
Should schools reopen amid the pandemic?
by MSN · Jul 18, 2020 Read More about Should schools reopen amid the pandemic?
Why Lo-Fi Music Draws Listeners In
by Discover Magazine · Jul 16, 2020 Read More about Why Lo-Fi Music Draws Listeners In
'Celestial sleuth' sheds new light on Vermeer's masterpiece 'View of Delft'
by Physics.org · Jul 15, 2020 Read More about 'Celestial sleuth' sheds new light on Vermeer's masterpiece 'View of Delft'
Black Lives Matter May Be the Largest Movement in U.S. History
by New York Times · Jul 3, 2020 Read More about Black Lives Matter May Be the Largest Movement in U.S. History
'We Can't Let Our Guard Down': Here's How To Celebrate July 4th safely
by Forbes · Jul 2, 2020 Read More about 'We Can't Let Our Guard Down': Here's How To Celebrate July 4th safely

June 2020

Several States Call For Removal Of Spanish Conquistador Statues
by NPR · Jun 29, 2020 Read More about Several States Call For Removal Of Spanish Conquistador Statues
Chagas Disease Threat: Better Diagnostics Sought, U.S. Department of Defense Gets Involved
by Business Insider · Jun 19, 2020 Read More about Chagas Disease Threat: Better Diagnostics Sought, U.S. Department of Defense Gets Involved
In this time of coronavirus, dad step into new roles at home
by Austin 360 · Jun 18, 2020 Read More about In this time of coronavirus, dad step into new roles at home
Where to Buy Lightweight and Breathable Face Masks for the Summer
by Good Housekeeping · Jun 13, 2020 Read More about Where to Buy Lightweight and Breathable Face Masks for the Summer
Texas State lands $280k federal grant to study the use of drones to locate human remains
by Fox 7 Austin News · Jun 13, 2020 Read More about Texas State lands $280k federal grant to study the use of drones to locate human remains
7 red flags to be on the lookout for when restaurants reopen
by Business Insider · Jun 12, 2020 Read More about 7 red flags to be on the lookout for when restaurants reopen
The Coronavirus Pandemic Isn't Over: Keep Washing Your Hands As Economies Open
by Forbes · Jun 10, 2020 Read More about The Coronavirus Pandemic Isn't Over: Keep Washing Your Hands As Economies Open
Automakers Are Ramping Up Production, Unnerving Factory Workers
by Bloomberg · Jun 8, 2020 Read More about Automakers Are Ramping Up Production, Unnerving Factory Workers
The Science of Superspreaders
by Medium · Jun 5, 2020 Read More about The Science of Superspreaders

May 2020

Texas State and UT partner to produce thousands of swabs for COVID-19 testing
by KXAN News · May 28, 2020 Read More about Texas State and UT partner to produce thousands of swabs for COVID-19 testing
7 red flags to be on the lookout for when restaurants reopen
by Business Insider · May 27, 2020 Read More about 7 red flags to be on the lookout for when restaurants reopen
Texas State using 3D printers to produce coronavirus testing swabs
by Fox 7 Austin News · May 26, 2020 Read More about Texas State using 3D printers to produce coronavirus testing swabs
I desperately miss human touch. Science may explain why
by The Guardian · May 21, 2020 Read More about I desperately miss human touch. Science may explain why
The Pandemic Will Probably Not Ruin Your Relationship
by Psychology Today · May 21, 2020 Read More about The Pandemic Will Probably Not Ruin Your Relationship
The Crisis of Mental Health and COVID-19
by Reform Austin News · May 21, 2020 Read More about The Crisis of Mental Health and COVID-19
When Will the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic Be Over?
by Men's Health · May 21, 2020 Read More about When Will the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic Be Over?
Where To Buy Cloth Face Masks For Coronavirus Online
by Huffington Post · May 19, 2020 Read More about Where To Buy Cloth Face Masks For Coronavirus Online
When Will We Know If Reopening States Has Worked or Backfired?
by Healthline · May 19, 2020 Read More about When Will We Know If Reopening States Has Worked or Backfired?
How to decide if it's worth the risk to return to malls, gyms, salons, and more as states reopen but experts remain cautious
by Business Insider · May 14, 2020 Read More about How to decide if it's worth the risk to return to malls, gyms, salons, and more as states reopen but experts remain cautious
NASCAR to honor healthcare workers fighting the coronavirus
by Fox 7 Austin News · May 14, 2020 Read More about NASCAR to honor healthcare workers fighting the coronavirus
COVID-19: Do We Have Enough Lab Specialists for Mass Testing?
by Contagion Live · May 12, 2020 Read More about COVID-19: Do We Have Enough Lab Specialists for Mass Testing?
How to deal with anxiety and improve your mental health
by Insider · May 12, 2020 Read More about How to deal with anxiety and improve your mental health
How To Shop Safely When Stores Reopen During Coronavirus
by Bustle · May 11, 2020 Read More about How To Shop Safely When Stores Reopen During Coronavirus
The Texas Black Rodeo Circuit and a Tender Friendship Are at the Heart of ‘Bull’
by Texas Monthly · May 11, 2020 Read More about The Texas Black Rodeo Circuit and a Tender Friendship Are at the Heart of ‘Bull’
Parker: Texas writer Katherine Anne Porter’s novel of 1918 flu reminds us to mourn the dead
by Houston Chronicle · May 2, 2020 Read More about Parker: Texas writer Katherine Anne Porter’s novel of 1918 flu reminds us to mourn the dead
CARES Act funding to help college students pay for food, rent, utilities
by KXAN · Apr 30, 2020 Read More about CARES Act funding to help college students pay for food, rent, utilities

April 2020

The Human Cost of Cheap Meat Gets Higher in the Pandemic
by Bloomberg Businessweek · Apr 30, 2020 Read More about The Human Cost of Cheap Meat Gets Higher in the Pandemic
Health experts give Abbott's plan to reopen Texas mixed reviews, warn state revive stay-at-home order if surges emerges
by Texas Tribune · Apr 29, 2020 Read More about Health experts give Abbott's plan to reopen Texas mixed reviews, warn state revive stay-at-home order if surges emerges
Photos: A look back when at the time Michael Jordan played at Texas State fresh off 1998 NBA championship
by My SanAntonio · Apr 29, 2020 Read More about Photos: A look back when at the time Michael Jordan played at Texas State fresh off 1998 NBA championship
Even During A Pandemic, Parents Should Limit Kids' Screen Time
by Texas Standard · Apr 28, 2020 Read More about Even During A Pandemic, Parents Should Limit Kids' Screen Time
As economy buckles under coronavirus, Texas State expands free tuition program
by Austin American Statesman · Apr 27, 2020 Read More about As economy buckles under coronavirus, Texas State expands free tuition program
Merab Gomez and Stephanie Dailey, Ph.D: 5 Ways to Create a Healthy Relationship With Screens and Technology
by Medium · Apr 27, 2020 Read More about Merab Gomez and Stephanie Dailey, Ph.D: 5 Ways to Create a Healthy Relationship With Screens and Technology
The Coronavirus Choice
by U.S. News & World Report · Apr 24, 2020 Read More about The Coronavirus Choice
Texas State University announces $30 million in financial assistance to students affected by COVID-19
by KSAT · Apr 24, 2020 Read More about Texas State University announces $30 million in financial assistance to students affected by COVID-19
What I Learned From 12 Days in Isolation
by The Atlantic · Apr 23, 2020 Read More about What I Learned From 12 Days in Isolation
Stopping virus a huge challenge at crowded US meat plants
by ABC News · Apr 23, 2020 Read More about Stopping virus a huge challenge at crowded US meat plants
Here's How to Wear a Face Mask Properly, According to Medical Experts
by Good HouseKeeping · Apr 21, 2020 Read More about Here's How to Wear a Face Mask Properly, According to Medical Experts
5 High-Touch Areas in Your Home to Disinfect Regularly
by Parents · Apr 21, 2020 Read More about 5 High-Touch Areas in Your Home to Disinfect Regularly
What Happens If the U.S. Economy Reopens on May 1?
by Healthline · Apr 20, 2020 Read More about What Happens If the U.S. Economy Reopens on May 1?
Public enrollment for COVID-19 testing coming, health officials say
by KXAN · Apr 17, 2020 Read More about Public enrollment for COVID-19 testing coming, health officials say
Perfectionism takes toll on college students, study shows
by University Business · Apr 15, 2020 Read More about Perfectionism takes toll on college students, study shows
The fight against the coronavirus won't be over when the U.S. reopens. Here's how the nation must prepare itself
by The Atlantic · Apr 15, 2020 Read More about The fight against the coronavirus won't be over when the U.S. reopens. Here's how the nation must prepare itself
10 science-backed tips to help you work from home successfully
by Science Focus · Apr 14, 2020 Read More about 10 science-backed tips to help you work from home successfully
The Extreme Power Of Imperfection
by Forbes · Apr 13, 2020 Read More about The Extreme Power Of Imperfection
COVID-19 April 13 Updates: Austin Sets Up Rental Help Program, Hotline For Restaurants Established
by KUT · Apr 13, 2020 Read More about COVID-19 April 13 Updates: Austin Sets Up Rental Help Program, Hotline For Restaurants Established
Round Rock hospital hires TXST students as coronavirus creates shortages
by Austin American Statesman · Apr 13, 2020 Read More about Round Rock hospital hires TXST students as coronavirus creates shortages
Five High-Touch Areas in Your Home to Disinfect Regularly
by Martha Stewart · Apr 8, 2020 Read More about Five High-Touch Areas in Your Home to Disinfect Regularly
Online Shopping Is Ramping Up, but Are Packages Safe From Coronavirus
by Men's Health · Apr 7, 2020 Read More about Online Shopping Is Ramping Up, but Are Packages Safe From Coronavirus
Can a Homemade Face Mask Really Prevent Coronavirus? How to Make, Wear, and Clean One
by Prevention · Apr 7, 2020 Read More about Can a Homemade Face Mask Really Prevent Coronavirus? How to Make, Wear, and Clean One
Do Disinfectant Wipes Really Kill Germs Effectively?
by Women's Health · Apr 6, 2020 Read More about Do Disinfectant Wipes Really Kill Germs Effectively?
Why Face Masks Are Crucial Now in the Battle Against COVID-19
by Healthline · Apr 6, 2020 Read More about Why Face Masks Are Crucial Now in the Battle Against COVID-19
More than ever, we need nature. It makes us and our children happier
by CNN · Apr 4, 2020 Read More about More than ever, we need nature. It makes us and our children happier
Crisis Gives Fake Cops an Opening to Exploit
by The New York Times · Apr 3, 2020 Read More about Crisis Gives Fake Cops an Opening to Exploit
The Future Is Now: “Now we have a scientific basis to estimate large crowd sizes”
by Medium · Apr 2, 2020 Read More about The Future Is Now: “Now we have a scientific basis to estimate large crowd sizes”
COVID-19 pandemic proves to be fertile breeding ground for conspiracy theories, TXST finds
by News4SA · Apr 1, 2020 Read More about COVID-19 pandemic proves to be fertile breeding ground for conspiracy theories, TXST finds

March 2020

Central Texas schools and universities donate supplies to help fight COVID-19 pandemic
by KXAN · Mar 29, 2020 Read More about Central Texas schools and universities donate supplies to help fight COVID-19 pandemic
Texas State loans ventilators to medical centers to help combat COVID-19 pandemic
by KVUE · Mar 27, 2020 Read More about Texas State loans ventilators to medical centers to help combat COVID-19 pandemic
Here's how graduating and retired nurses can help fight COVID-19 in Texas
by KXAN · Mar 26, 2020 Read More about Here's how graduating and retired nurses can help fight COVID-19 in Texas
Is Visiting a National Park a Bad Idea During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
by Fodor’s Travel · Mar 25, 2020 Read More about Is Visiting a National Park a Bad Idea During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
How Medical Students Can Stay Safe From Coronavirus
by U.S. News and World Report · Mar 19, 2020 Read More about How Medical Students Can Stay Safe From Coronavirus
How Long Coronavirus Lives On Clothes, And How To Wash Them
by Huffington Post Australia · Mar 19, 2020 Read More about How Long Coronavirus Lives On Clothes, And How To Wash Them
Agronomists are engineering DNA to save some foods from extinction
by USA Today · Mar 18, 2020 Read More about Agronomists are engineering DNA to save some foods from extinction
Why young and Healthy People Should Still Take Coronavirus Seriously
by Forbes · Mar 16, 2020 Read More about Why young and Healthy People Should Still Take Coronavirus Seriously
After shaky start, federal and state authorities start to work in tandem
by The Christian Science Monitor · Mar 16, 2020 Read More about After shaky start, federal and state authorities start to work in tandem
How to avoid Coronavirus on Planes, Trains, and Buses
by Self.com · Mar 13, 2020 Read More about How to avoid Coronavirus on Planes, Trains, and Buses
What's the Difference Between and Epidemic and Pandemic?
by Health U.S. News · Mar 13, 2020 Read More about What's the Difference Between and Epidemic and Pandemic?
Here's What You Actually Need To Buy To Prepare For Coronavirus
by Forbes · Mar 10, 2020 Read More about Here's What You Actually Need To Buy To Prepare For Coronavirus
5 Million Texans Lack Health Insurance. Here's How That Complicates The Coronavirus Response
by Texas Tribune · Mar 10, 2020 Read More about 5 Million Texans Lack Health Insurance. Here's How That Complicates The Coronavirus Response
Coronavirus Should Not Stop You From Going Out to Dinner
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University official says Texas State discussing plans to teach remotely in case of coronavirus outbreak
by KXAN News · Mar 10, 2020 Read More about University official says Texas State discussing plans to teach remotely in case of coronavirus outbreak
This is the worst thing you can do after a workout
by The Ladders · Mar 9, 2020 Read More about This is the worst thing you can do after a workout
Virus expert says public panic over coronavirus 'a little out of proportion'
by KVUE News · Mar 5, 2020 Read More about Virus expert says public panic over coronavirus 'a little out of proportion'
Gov. Abbott: Texas to survey teachers on school safety
by KXAN News · Mar 5, 2020 Read More about Gov. Abbott: Texas to survey teachers on school safety
This Dreamy Island in Indonesia Lights Up With Hundreds of Fireflies at Night
by Travel and Leisure · Mar 4, 2020 Read More about This Dreamy Island in Indonesia Lights Up With Hundreds of Fireflies at Night
'Election stress disorder': How to cope with the anxiety as political tensions intensify
by NBC News · Mar 3, 2020 Read More about 'Election stress disorder': How to cope with the anxiety as political tensions intensify
How changes to the climate will impact the spread of infectious diseases
by The Week · Mar 1, 2020 Read More about How changes to the climate will impact the spread of infectious diseases

February 2020

Coronavirus Cases Outside China Are Accelerating Rapidly. Here's What to Know
by TIME Magazine · Feb 24, 2020 Read More about Coronavirus Cases Outside China Are Accelerating Rapidly. Here's What to Know
Chinese rowing team training for Tokyo Olympics in Texas
by KXAN · Feb 24, 2020 Read More about Chinese rowing team training for Tokyo Olympics in Texas
Looking for Leakage: Texas State University develops digital threat assessment program
by Fox 7 Austin News · Feb 22, 2020 Read More about Looking for Leakage: Texas State University develops digital threat assessment program
Cruise Passenger Whose Coronavirus Infection Went Undetected Shows It May Not Be Possible to Stop the Outbreak From Spreading
by TIME Magazine · Feb 20, 2020 Read More about Cruise Passenger Whose Coronavirus Infection Went Undetected Shows It May Not Be Possible to Stop the Outbreak From Spreading
Climate change will make animal-borne diseases more challenging to predict
by WKSU · Feb 14, 2020 Read More about Climate change will make animal-borne diseases more challenging to predict
Why is social media so addictive
by Gizmodo · Feb 11, 2020 Read More about Why is social media so addictive
World will always have to live with the emergence of new viruses
by Noticias R7 · Feb 9, 2020 Read More about World will always have to live with the emergence of new viruses
Texas history: Frank de la Teja spent his life figuring out old Texas
by Austin American Statesman · Feb 7, 2020 Read More about Texas history: Frank de la Teja spent his life figuring out old Texas
Downtown Austin commuters mostly drive alone to work. Some business leaders want change
by KUT · Feb 5, 2020 Read More about Downtown Austin commuters mostly drive alone to work. Some business leaders want change
Novel Coronavirus Lab Protocols and Responses: Next Steps
by American Society for Microbiology · Feb 3, 2020 Read More about Novel Coronavirus Lab Protocols and Responses: Next Steps

January 2020

Protecting our Cyber Infrastructure through Security Games
by Medium · Jan 31, 2020 Read More about Protecting our Cyber Infrastructure through Security Games
Chinese province placed on UT-Austin's restricted travel list after coronavirus outbreak
by KXAN · Jan 27, 2020 Read More about Chinese province placed on UT-Austin's restricted travel list after coronavirus outbreak
Why Texas Music Legend Terry Allen Calls His New Album 'Just Like Moby Dick'
by Texas Public Radio · Jan 27, 2020 Read More about Why Texas Music Legend Terry Allen Calls His New Album 'Just Like Moby Dick'
Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance Will Stage Virginia Grise's BLU
by Broadway World · Jan 27, 2020 Read More about Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance Will Stage Virginia Grise's BLU
SA Artist Datchuk Wins Prestigious $50,000 United States Artists Fellowship
by Rivard Report · Jan 22, 2020 Read More about SA Artist Datchuk Wins Prestigious $50,000 United States Artists Fellowship
CDC confirms first case of coronavirus in the US
by Fox 7 Austin News · Jan 22, 2020 Read More about CDC confirms first case of coronavirus in the US
The Wittliff Collections Announces Limited Tables-for-Two For Inaugural Festival
by Broadway World · Jan 22, 2020 Read More about The Wittliff Collections Announces Limited Tables-for-Two For Inaugural Festival
San Antonio Poet Naomi Shihab Nye Presented with Lifetime Achievement Award by National Book Critics Circle
by San Antonio Current · Jan 21, 2020 Read More about San Antonio Poet Naomi Shihab Nye Presented with Lifetime Achievement Award by National Book Critics Circle
Growing Pains: Stress Is Killing Farmers, but These Texans Keep Plowing Ahead
by Dallas Observer · Jan 21, 2020 Read More about Growing Pains: Stress Is Killing Farmers, but These Texans Keep Plowing Ahead
The Cat Comeback: Pitcher aims to rewrite the end of her Olympic story
by KXAN · Jan 20, 2020 Read More about The Cat Comeback: Pitcher aims to rewrite the end of her Olympic story
Why are there hundreds of law enforcement officers at Texas State University right now
by KXAN · Jan 16, 2020 Read More about Why are there hundreds of law enforcement officers at Texas State University right now
‘Treated like trash’: the project trying to identify the bodies of migrants
by The Guardian · Jan 12, 2020 Read More about ‘Treated like trash’: the project trying to identify the bodies of migrants
How to handle work stress: Adding a desk plant can reduce anxiety
by TODAY · Jan 9, 2020 Read More about How to handle work stress: Adding a desk plant can reduce anxiety
RTDNA Murrow Submission: Excellence in Writing-David Martin Davies
by Texas Public Radio · Jan 3, 2020 Read More about RTDNA Murrow Submission: Excellence in Writing-David Martin Davies
Tim O'Brien's "Dad's Maybe Book' Is a Love Letter to His Sons, 15 years in the making
by Texas Monthly · Jan 2, 2020 Read More about Tim O'Brien's "Dad's Maybe Book' Is a Love Letter to His Sons, 15 years in the making

December 2019

The Dead In The Desert: Unknown Burials And Operation I.D.
by Texas Public Radio · Dec 31, 2019 Read More about The Dead In The Desert: Unknown Burials And Operation I.D.
In Memoriam: Saying Goodbye to the Innovators, Creators, Movers and Shakers San Antonio and Texas Lost in 2019
by San Antonio Current · Dec 31, 2019 Read More about In Memoriam: Saying Goodbye to the Innovators, Creators, Movers and Shakers San Antonio and Texas Lost in 2019
Do ‘good guys with guns’ stop mass shootings? Here’s what the statistics say
by KXAN · Dec 30, 2019 Read More about Do ‘good guys with guns’ stop mass shootings? Here’s what the statistics say
Remains exhumed from Oakwood Cemetery to return in early 2020
by Austin-American Statesman · Dec 23, 2019 Read More about Remains exhumed from Oakwood Cemetery to return in early 2020
A day with the team that works to identify the remains of missing migrants
by KENS5 · Dec 23, 2019 Read More about A day with the team that works to identify the remains of missing migrants
How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3am
by Harvard Business Review · Dec 20, 2019 Read More about How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3am
Sound of a Decade: The 2010's Brought Big Changes to San Antonio's Music Scene- Mostly Positive Ones
by San Antonio Current · Dec 20, 2019 Read More about Sound of a Decade: The 2010's Brought Big Changes to San Antonio's Music Scene- Mostly Positive Ones
Human Remains Exhumed at La Grulla Cemetery to be Identified through DNA Samples
by KRGV · Dec 17, 2019 Read More about Human Remains Exhumed at La Grulla Cemetery to be Identified through DNA Samples
First Wittliff Collections Festival Will Celebrate Texas Culture, Literature And Music
by Texas Standard · Dec 16, 2019 Read More about First Wittliff Collections Festival Will Celebrate Texas Culture, Literature And Music
Tech Entrepreneur is Making The World Safe For Her Daughter
by Forbes · Dec 15, 2019 Read More about Tech Entrepreneur is Making The World Safe For Her Daughter
In quest to make Tokyo 2020, Chinese rowers train on Lady Bird Lake
by Austin American-Stateman · Dec 11, 2019 Read More about In quest to make Tokyo 2020, Chinese rowers train on Lady Bird Lake
The Wittliff Collections Present Inaugural Festival Celebrating Music, Photography, Film and Literature of the Southwest
by Broadway World · Dec 4, 2019 Read More about The Wittliff Collections Present Inaugural Festival Celebrating Music, Photography, Film and Literature of the Southwest

November 2019

7 Ways to Ease Your Anxiety During the Election
by Popsugar · Nov 27, 2019 Read More about 7 Ways to Ease Your Anxiety During the Election

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Why This Billionaire Latina Entrepreneur Equates Entrepreneurship With Hope
by Inc. · Nov 21, 2019 Read More about Why This Billionaire Latina Entrepreneur Equates Entrepreneurship With Hope
‘War on drugs’ is driving deforestation
by Science Focus · Nov 21, 2019 Read More about ‘War on drugs’ is driving deforestation
Prescription opioid misuse in older adults linked to lasting physical, mental complications
by News Medical · Nov 19, 2019 Read More about Prescription opioid misuse in older adults linked to lasting physical, mental complications
A History of Mass Violence: A Catalyst Project
by KXAN · Nov 19, 2019 Read More about A History of Mass Violence: A Catalyst Project
How Companies Can Commit To Their Core Values
by Forbes · Nov 13, 2019 Read More about How Companies Can Commit To Their Core Values
Santa Clarita shooting: Some fear active shooter training at schools can bring its own trauma
by Los Angeles Times · Nov 17, 2019 Read More about Santa Clarita shooting: Some fear active shooter training at schools can bring its own trauma
Bastrop County, state park purchase 19 acres for Houston toad habitat
by Austin Statesman · Nov 12, 2019 Read More about Bastrop County, state park purchase 19 acres for Houston toad habitat
Four San Antonio-area universities among best in U.S. for veterans, rank says
by KSAT · Nov 6, 2019 Read More about Four San Antonio-area universities among best in U.S. for veterans, rank says
Is Social Media The Best Place To Get Fitness And Health Advice?
by Forbes · Nov 6, 2019 Read More about Is Social Media The Best Place To Get Fitness And Health Advice?
Interview with Steven Beebe, Ph.D. from Texas State University on Interpersonal and Organization Communication
by Master's in Communications · Nov 6, 2019 Read More about Interview with Steven Beebe, Ph.D. from Texas State University on Interpersonal and Organization Communication
Mysteries Decoded: Vampires of New Orleans
by The CW · Nov 4, 2019 Read More about Mysteries Decoded: Vampires of New Orleans

October 2019

The memory of Generalisimo Francisco Franco is still alive
by Open Democracy · Oct 29, 2019 Read More about The memory of Generalisimo Francisco Franco is still alive
9 tips for not getting spied on while traveling
by Yahoo! · Oct 26, 2019 Read More about 9 tips for not getting spied on while traveling
DOJ awards more than $85.3M in grants to address school violence
by KVUE · Oct 25, 2019 Read More about DOJ awards more than $85.3M in grants to address school violence
How To Use Your Phone More Mindfully In 9 Simple Steps
by Bustle · Oct 19, 2019 Read More about How To Use Your Phone More Mindfully In 9 Simple Steps
5 Easy Ways to Unplug From Technology as a Family
by Parents · Oct 18, 2019 Read More about 5 Easy Ways to Unplug From Technology as a Family
Cocaine traffickers fuel climate change
by Climate News Network · Oct 17, 2019 Read More about Cocaine traffickers fuel climate change
Young adults not seeking treatment for substance use disorders
by Technology Org · Oct 17, 2019 Read More about Young adults not seeking treatment for substance use disorders
Know the Benefits of Free Natural Therapy for Your Health (Indonesian)
by JPNN · Oct 14, 2019 Read More about Know the Benefits of Free Natural Therapy for Your Health (Indonesian)
How The War On Drugs Affects Climate Change
by Texas Standard · Oct 15, 2019 Read More about How The War On Drugs Affects Climate Change
Know the Benefits of Free Natural Therapy for Your Health (English)
by JPNN · Oct 14, 2019 Read More about Know the Benefits of Free Natural Therapy for Your Health (English)
Latent risk for leptospirosis (Spanish)
by El Nuevo Dia · Oct 13, 2019 Read More about Latent risk for leptospirosis (Spanish)
Latent risk for leptospirosis (English)
by El Nuevo Dia · Oct 13, 2019 Read More about Latent risk for leptospirosis (English)
What Happens To Your Brain When You Swipe Right On Dating Apps
by Bustle · Oct 13, 2019 Read More about What Happens To Your Brain When You Swipe Right On Dating Apps
Mental Health Illustrations On Instagram Create Community
by Bustle · Oct 10, 2019 Read More about Mental Health Illustrations On Instagram Create Community
How Your Hot Yoga Class Can Help Your Heart
by Runner's World · Oct 9, 2019 Read More about How Your Hot Yoga Class Can Help Your Heart
ALERRT Center at Texas State awarded $8.6M Department of Justice grant
by KVUE · Oct 8, 2019 Read More about ALERRT Center at Texas State awarded $8.6M Department of Justice grant
Researchers Tackle Data Breaches that Threaten Healthcare
by Health News Digest · Oct 8, 2019 Read More about Researchers Tackle Data Breaches that Threaten Healthcare
Cocaine is driving deforestation, climate change, and migration
by The Verge · Oct 8, 2019 Read More about Cocaine is driving deforestation, climate change, and migration
How to Help Your Family Thrive - Part 1: Family morale and cohesion—essentials for a happy, healthy home.
by Psychology Today · Oct 4, 2019 Read More about How to Help Your Family Thrive - Part 1: Family morale and cohesion—essentials for a happy, healthy home.
New snorkel tours offer up-close view of protected San Marcos springs
by KXAN · Oct 3, 2019 Read More about New snorkel tours offer up-close view of protected San Marcos springs

September 2019

Jack the Ripper identity questioned by Texas State research professor
by KXAN · Sep 27, 2019 Read More about Jack the Ripper identity questioned by Texas State research professor
Inside the Four-Year Forensic Search to Give One Migrant Family an Answer
by Esquire · Sep 26, 2019 Read More about Inside the Four-Year Forensic Search to Give One Migrant Family an Answer
Tech SA: Texas State University, company develop technology to monitor cattle
by KSAT · Sep 24, 2019 Read More about Tech SA: Texas State University, company develop technology to monitor cattle
Companies can use VR to train employees for mass shootings. But should they?
by CNN International · Sep 24, 2019 Read More about Companies can use VR to train employees for mass shootings. But should they?
Two Local Business Leaders Give Texas State University $2.5 M Gift For Student-Athlete Scholarships, Endowments
by San Marcos Corridor · Sep 19, 2019 Read More about Two Local Business Leaders Give Texas State University $2.5 M Gift For Student-Athlete Scholarships, Endowments
Entrepreneurs discuss disrupting industries at 2019 Greater San Marcos Innovation Summit
by Community Impact · Sep 18, 2019 Read More about Entrepreneurs discuss disrupting industries at 2019 Greater San Marcos Innovation Summit
Fewer teen pregnancies in Texas, but experts point to needed work in repeat teen births
by KXAN · Sep 18, 2019 Read More about Fewer teen pregnancies in Texas, but experts point to needed work in repeat teen births
With A Deadline Looming The UK Still Struggles With Brexit
by Texas Standard · Sep 17, 2019 Read More about With A Deadline Looming The UK Still Struggles With Brexit
Texas State gets funding to help identify South Texas remains
by KVUE · Sep 17, 2019 Read More about Texas State gets funding to help identify South Texas remains
‘Hot’ yoga, hula dance your way to healthy blood pressure
by Chicago Tribune · Sep 16, 2019 Read More about ‘Hot’ yoga, hula dance your way to healthy blood pressure
From ‘my generals’ to ‘my Kevin,’ Trump’s preferred possessive can be a sign of affection or control
by Washington Post · Sep 16, 2019 Read More about From ‘my generals’ to ‘my Kevin,’ Trump’s preferred possessive can be a sign of affection or control
Understanding the Opioid Crisis in the United States: Part 2
by Psychology Today · Sep 13, 2019 Read More about Understanding the Opioid Crisis in the United States: Part 2
Texas State University receives $2.5 million grant to advance research in STEM
by KSAT · Sep 13, 2019 Read More about Texas State University receives $2.5 million grant to advance research in STEM
The Push to Get More Teachers of Color in Special Education Classrooms
by Education Week · Sep 9, 2019 Read More about The Push to Get More Teachers of Color in Special Education Classrooms
How to talk to your kids about weight
by NBC News · Sep 8, 2019 Read More about How to talk to your kids about weight
Using Plants to Combat Prison Recidivism
by SciTechDaily · Sep 8, 2019 Read More about Using Plants to Combat Prison Recidivism
The Wittliff Collections Save Texas Music History for the Ages...and the Public
by Houston Press · Sep 6, 2019 Read More about The Wittliff Collections Save Texas Music History for the Ages...and the Public
Study hints at hot yoga benefit for blood pressure
by American Heart Association News · Sep 5, 2019 Read More about Study hints at hot yoga benefit for blood pressure
September is the new January: Here's how to set and tackle big goals this fall
by NBC News · Sep 3, 2019 Read More about September is the new January: Here's how to set and tackle big goals this fall
THE LONG TERM DEAD: EXHUMING AND IDENTIFYING MISSING MIGRANTS WITH KATE SPRADLEY
by Intercross · Sep 3, 2019 Read More about THE LONG TERM DEAD: EXHUMING AND IDENTIFYING MISSING MIGRANTS WITH KATE SPRADLEY

August 2019

Trump Retweeted a Video With a Logo Linked to White Nationalism and Fascistic Vigilantes
by VICE News · Aug 29, 2019 Read More about Trump Retweeted a Video With a Logo Linked to White Nationalism and Fascistic Vigilantes
CULTURE CLASH To Headline 17th Annual Black And Latino Playwrights Celebration
by Broadway World · Aug 28, 2019 Read More about CULTURE CLASH To Headline 17th Annual Black And Latino Playwrights Celebration
What to Know About Virginia Woolf's Love Affair With Vita Sackville-West
by Time Magazine · Aug 23, 2019 Read More about What to Know About Virginia Woolf's Love Affair With Vita Sackville-West
Texas State University and JE Dunn Construction Prepare Students for the Demands of the Construction Industry
by College Planning & Management · Aug 21, 2019 Read More about Texas State University and JE Dunn Construction Prepare Students for the Demands of the Construction Industry
Super Awesome Science Show: Social media
by Global News · Aug 20, 2019 Read More about Super Awesome Science Show: Social media
Study suggests that women hit sexual peak at 27; and explains why
by Pulse · Aug 20, 2019 Read More about Study suggests that women hit sexual peak at 27; and explains why
How 'Body Ranch' Research Impacts The Appeal Of A Texas Death Row Inmate
by Texas Public Radio · Aug 19, 2019 Read More about How 'Body Ranch' Research Impacts The Appeal Of A Texas Death Row Inmate
Edwards Aquifer Authority takes action following reports of growing parasite problem in San Marcos and Comal rivers
by Community Impact · Aug 11, 2019 Read More about Edwards Aquifer Authority takes action following reports of growing parasite problem in San Marcos and Comal rivers
Since 2016, nearly 2,700 civilians trained to deal with active shooters, Austin police say
by Austin American-Statesman · Aug 7, 2019 Read More about Since 2016, nearly 2,700 civilians trained to deal with active shooters, Austin police say
Zombie debt: How collectors trick consumers into reviving dead debts
by The Washington Post · Aug 7, 2019 Read More about Zombie debt: How collectors trick consumers into reviving dead debts
Round Rock singing program improving lives of those with Parkinson’s
by Austin Statesman · Aug 6, 2019 Read More about Round Rock singing program improving lives of those with Parkinson’s
Engineering Ethics Isn't Always Black And White
by Forbes · Aug 6, 2019 Read More about Engineering Ethics Isn't Always Black And White
Terror attacks like El Paso aim to topple the government, experts say
by Yahoo News · Aug 6, 2019 Read More about Terror attacks like El Paso aim to topple the government, experts say
Whiplash Weather in the Valley Brings Fears of Flood, Drought, and Wildfires
by Texas Observer · Aug 5, 2019 Read More about Whiplash Weather in the Valley Brings Fears of Flood, Drought, and Wildfires
After El Paso Walmart shooting, advice for retailers from security experts
by Fox Business · Aug 5, 2019 Read More about After El Paso Walmart shooting, advice for retailers from security experts
Inside China Tech: How AI helps count accurate crowd numbers in Hong Kong protests
by South China Morning Post · Aug 5, 2019 Read More about Inside China Tech: How AI helps count accurate crowd numbers in Hong Kong protests
Back in the News: Adolescents and Vaping
by Psychology Today · Aug 4, 2019 Read More about Back in the News: Adolescents and Vaping
Texas State study shows warming Arctic temps contributing to U.S. heat waves
by kXAN · Aug 2, 2019 Read More about Texas State study shows warming Arctic temps contributing to U.S. heat waves

July 2019

School districts stay on top of student safety initiatives
by Houston Chronicle · Jul 31, 2019 Read More about School districts stay on top of student safety initiatives
Fish can smell viruses, Texas State researchers discover
by KSAT · Jul 31, 2019 Read More about Fish can smell viruses, Texas State researchers discover
High Prevalence of Deadly Bacterial Disease Found in Puerto Rico
by Yale School of Public Health · Jul 30, 2019 Read More about High Prevalence of Deadly Bacterial Disease Found in Puerto Rico
Why Do Less Than 4% Of Former Foster Kids Have A College Degree In Texas?
by Texas Public Radio · Jul 26, 2019 Read More about Why Do Less Than 4% Of Former Foster Kids Have A College Degree In Texas?
Texas State professor searching for concrete solution to construction pollution
by KXAN · Jul 26, 2019 Read More about Texas State professor searching for concrete solution to construction pollution
New study of wrongful convictions shows problem goes beyond police, prosecutor misconduct
by Chicago Sun Times · Jul 24, 2019 Read More about New study of wrongful convictions shows problem goes beyond police, prosecutor misconduct
Texas Workers Are Dying on the Job at Alarming Rates
by Texas Observer · Jul 22, 2019 Read More about Texas Workers Are Dying on the Job at Alarming Rates
Hong Kong start-up that counts protesters applies AI to other uses in city
by Asia One · Jul 22, 2019 Read More about Hong Kong start-up that counts protesters applies AI to other uses in city
Texas writers' book on Timothy Leary gets the TV treatment with Woody Harrelson to star
by Dallas News · Jul 19, 2019 Read More about Texas writers' book on Timothy Leary gets the TV treatment with Woody Harrelson to star
This Millennial Adviser Says Her Generation Is Headed for a Fall
by Bloomberg Work Wise · Jul 18, 2019 Read More about This Millennial Adviser Says Her Generation Is Headed for a Fall
Texas State's Forensic Center stays busy identifying bodies for law enforcement
by CBS Austin · Jul 18, 2019 Read More about Texas State's Forensic Center stays busy identifying bodies for law enforcement
Unearthed
by Science Channel · Jul 14, 2019 Read More about Unearthed
New Wimberley School Aims To Take Water Conservation To The Next Level
by Texas Public Radio · Jul 11, 2019 Read More about New Wimberley School Aims To Take Water Conservation To The Next Level
To help police respond better to active attacks, these students volunteer to shoot at them for class credit
by The Washington Post · Jul 9, 2019 Read More about To help police respond better to active attacks, these students volunteer to shoot at them for class credit
The “Red Headed Stranger” Rides Again: Here’s What We Learned
by Texas Monthly · Jul 9, 2019 Read More about The “Red Headed Stranger” Rides Again: Here’s What We Learned
What Is Wilderness Therapy & How Can It Help You
by Refinery 29 · Jul 5, 2019 Read More about What Is Wilderness Therapy & How Can It Help You
Nutrition experts ask: Could a 24/7 chatbot improve access to Texas WIC?
by KXAN · Jul 5, 2019 Read More about Nutrition experts ask: Could a 24/7 chatbot improve access to Texas WIC?
How A.I. Helped Improve Crowd Counting in Hong Kong Protests
by New York Times · Jul 3, 2019 Read More about How A.I. Helped Improve Crowd Counting in Hong Kong Protests
Superbug Outbreak Hits Neonatal Unit at Pittsburgh Hospital
by Yahoo! News · Jul 2, 2019 Read More about Superbug Outbreak Hits Neonatal Unit at Pittsburgh Hospital
Why Everyone Should Be Concerned About Adolescent Vaping
by Psychology Today · Jul 1, 2019 Read More about Why Everyone Should Be Concerned About Adolescent Vaping

June 2019

'Great Replacement' ideology is spreading hate in U.S. and across the globe
by Yahoo! News · Jun 30, 2019 Read More about 'Great Replacement' ideology is spreading hate in U.S. and across the globe
Researcher explores how urbanization affects wildlife, spread of Lyme disease
by Outbreak News Today · Jun 29, 2019 Read More about Researcher explores how urbanization affects wildlife, spread of Lyme disease
Inspector General wants to know if USDA concealed worker safety data
by Washington Post · Jun 25, 2019 Read More about Inspector General wants to know if USDA concealed worker safety data
Are U.S. heat waves driven by Arctic warming?
by E&E News · Jun 17, 2019 Read More about Are U.S. heat waves driven by Arctic warming?
Invasive parasite problem found in the San Marcos, Comal Rivers
by FOX 7 Austin · Jun 6, 2019 Read More about Invasive parasite problem found in the San Marcos, Comal Rivers
How the moon played a crucial role during the D-Day invasion
by CNN · Jun 6, 2019 Read More about How the moon played a crucial role during the D-Day invasion
What happens to decomposed remains after they're found?
by KSAT · Jun 5, 2019 Read More about What happens to decomposed remains after they're found?
Lydia Mendoza — The Lark Of The Border — Honored With Historical Marker
by Texas Public Radio · Jun 5, 2019 Read More about Lydia Mendoza — The Lark Of The Border — Honored With Historical Marker
What Has The Moon Got To Do With D-Day? As It Turns Out, Everything
by Forbes · Jun 5, 2019 Read More about What Has The Moon Got To Do With D-Day? As It Turns Out, Everything
Where Do You Belong? Stats from the Most Represented Schools on Broadway
by Broadway World · Jun 1, 2019 Read More about Where Do You Belong? Stats from the Most Represented Schools on Broadway

May 2019

How a Small Budapest Publishing House is Quietly Fueling Far-Right Extremism
by Vice News · May 30, 2019 Read More about How a Small Budapest Publishing House is Quietly Fueling Far-Right Extremism
Houston toad faces uphill battle but refuses to croak
by Austin Statesman · May 30, 2019 Read More about Houston toad faces uphill battle but refuses to croak
Accent bias: why we need to tackle discrimination at work
by Yahoo Singamore Finance · May 28, 2019 Read More about Accent bias: why we need to tackle discrimination at work
Texas State's Operation ID Aims To Restore Migrants' Identities
by San Marcos Record · May 28, 2019 Read More about Texas State's Operation ID Aims To Restore Migrants' Identities
ADHD Medications Can Cause These Side Effects
by U.S. News and World Report · May 23, 2019 Read More about ADHD Medications Can Cause These Side Effects
Research On Exotic Carbon Could Open New Insight Into Fundamental Chemistry
by San Marcos Record · May 22, 2019 Read More about Research On Exotic Carbon Could Open New Insight Into Fundamental Chemistry
After Grim Deaths In The Borderlands, An Effort To Find Out Who Migrants Were
by NPR · May 21, 2019 Read More about After Grim Deaths In The Borderlands, An Effort To Find Out Who Migrants Were
Operation Identification Helps Repatriate Remains Of Migrants Who Don't Make It
by NPR · May 21, 2019 Read More about Operation Identification Helps Repatriate Remains Of Migrants Who Don't Make It
Media-Driven Political Controversies May Increase Bullying
by Psychology Today · May 15, 2019 Read More about Media-Driven Political Controversies May Increase Bullying
Political controversies about marginalized groups increase bullying in youths
by Science Daily · May 13, 2019 Read More about Political controversies about marginalized groups increase bullying in youths
Here's what 'Run, hide, fight' really involves
by WLOS · May 11, 2019 Read More about Here's what 'Run, hide, fight' really involves
Unlocking Odd DNA Structure Could Open Up New Approaches For Treating Cancer
by San Marcos Corridor News · May 11, 2019 Read More about Unlocking Odd DNA Structure Could Open Up New Approaches For Treating Cancer
Heroism defined in three lives
by USA Today · May 10, 2019 Read More about Heroism defined in three lives
Unlocking Odd DNA Structure Could Open Up New Approaches for Treating Cancer
by Health News Digest · May 9, 2019 Read More about Unlocking Odd DNA Structure Could Open Up New Approaches for Treating Cancer
Rescue Task Force expands to better serve during large events in Nashville
by News Channel 5 · May 7, 2019 Read More about Rescue Task Force expands to better serve during large events in Nashville
Special Seat Opens Waters to Those With Disabilities
by Spectrum Local News · May 3, 2019 Read More about Special Seat Opens Waters to Those With Disabilities
BWW Review: THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME - Texas State Rings In Masterpiece
by Broadway World · May 2, 2019 Read More about BWW Review: THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME - Texas State Rings In Masterpiece

April 2019

Beware! Rael-Science Post Unveils Consequences of Fluorescent Lighting
by The News Chronicle · Apr 30, 2019 Read More about Beware! Rael-Science Post Unveils Consequences of Fluorescent Lighting
Texas State’s ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’ goes all-out gothic
by Austin360 · Apr 28, 2019 Read More about Texas State’s ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’ goes all-out gothic
Christchurch mosque attacks: US officer on how police stop an active shooter
by Stuff · Apr 24, 2019 Read More about Christchurch mosque attacks: US officer on how police stop an active shooter
The Everyday Gift of Writing | Naomi Shihab Nye
by Listen Notes · Apr 22, 2019 Read More about The Everyday Gift of Writing | Naomi Shihab Nye
Scientists claim fluorescent lights are changing human DNA
by KXAN · Apr 19, 2019 Read More about Scientists claim fluorescent lights are changing human DNA
Preventing diagnostic errors by uniting the clinical laboratory with direct patient care
by Elsevier · Apr 18, 2019 Read More about Preventing diagnostic errors by uniting the clinical laboratory with direct patient care
Chagas Disease: A Silent Killer with a Cure
by Infection Control Today · Apr 18, 2019 Read More about Chagas Disease: A Silent Killer with a Cure
A Flamboyant Talk Show Host Finds Himself Embroiled in Controversy
by New York Times · Apr 18, 2019 Read More about A Flamboyant Talk Show Host Finds Himself Embroiled in Controversy
How can the Houston Toad be saved?
by KXAN · Apr 18, 2019 Read More about How can the Houston Toad be saved?
Christa Oliver Selected For Harvard Performing Arts Summer Seminar
by Broadway World · Apr 18, 2019 Read More about Christa Oliver Selected For Harvard Performing Arts Summer Seminar
McCoy College Of Business Administration Dean Named ‘2019 Dean of the Year’ By Beta Gamma Sigma
by San Marcos Corridor · Apr 17, 2019 Read More about McCoy College Of Business Administration Dean Named ‘2019 Dean of the Year’ By Beta Gamma Sigma
Organic Fertilizers Have an Impact on Vegetable Crop Yield
by Growing Produce · Apr 17, 2019 Read More about Organic Fertilizers Have an Impact on Vegetable Crop Yield
Lab Week 2019 with Dr Rodney Rohde
by Outbreak News Today · Apr 17, 2019 Read More about Lab Week 2019 with Dr Rodney Rohde
A Safe Space for Bats: New technology reduces bat take at wind farms
by Windpower Engineering & Development · Apr 16, 2019 Read More about A Safe Space for Bats: New technology reduces bat take at wind farms
Texas authorities identify 2 victims in decades-old 'Killing Fields' murders using genetic genealogy
by ABC News · Apr 15, 2019 Read More about Texas authorities identify 2 victims in decades-old 'Killing Fields' murders using genetic genealogy
What Can You Do With a Sociology Degree?
by U.S. News · Apr 11, 2019 Read More about What Can You Do With a Sociology Degree?
Texas State University dealing with its own growth, announces huge music building
by KXAN · Apr 11, 2019 Read More about Texas State University dealing with its own growth, announces huge music building
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST at Texas State Univeristy
by Broadway World · Apr 11, 2019 Read More about THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST at Texas State Univeristy
Centro To Host Talk On Labor Exploitation
by San Marcos Record · Apr 11, 2019 Read More about Centro To Host Talk On Labor Exploitation
Barbara Breier Receives National Honor For Development Foundation Leadership
by San Marcos Corridor News · Apr 8, 2019 Read More about Barbara Breier Receives National Honor For Development Foundation Leadership
Record $2.9M in prizes doled out at Rice Business Plan Competition
by Houston Business Journal · Apr 7, 2019 Read More about Record $2.9M in prizes doled out at Rice Business Plan Competition
Boston Sunday Review: Caroline Ritter
by The Sports Hub · Apr 7, 2019 Read More about Boston Sunday Review: Caroline Ritter
Study: Intermittent Fasting Can BOOST Heart Health And Improve Your Overall Well-Being Honor For Development Foundation Leadership
by BruDirect · Apr 7, 2019 Read More about Study: Intermittent Fasting Can BOOST Heart Health And Improve Your Overall Well-Being Honor For Development Foundation Leadership
Workplace yoga can indeed lower employee stress
by Reuters · Apr 5, 2019 Read More about Workplace yoga can indeed lower employee stress
How 5 Decades of the War on Drugs Has Spread Drug Trafficking
by Technology Networks · Apr 5, 2019 Read More about How 5 Decades of the War on Drugs Has Spread Drug Trafficking
Poem: Sometimes There Is a Day
by New York Times · Apr 4, 2019 Read More about Poem: Sometimes There Is a Day
Novel computer model reveals unintended consequences of cocaine interdiction
by News Medical · Apr 4, 2019 Read More about Novel computer model reveals unintended consequences of cocaine interdiction
Preparing Your Team for Disasters
by American Association for Respiratory Care · Apr 3, 2019 Read More about Preparing Your Team for Disasters
Pork industry soon will have more power over meat inspections
by Washington Post · Apr 3, 2019 Read More about Pork industry soon will have more power over meat inspections
What's the Oldest Disease?
by Gizmodo · Apr 1, 2019 Read More about What's the Oldest Disease?
War on drugs has helped cocaine traffickers conquer swathes of Central America, study suggests
by Independent · Apr 1, 2019 Read More about War on drugs has helped cocaine traffickers conquer swathes of Central America, study suggests

March 2019

Racial profiling reporting needs improvements, experts say
by Victoria Advocate · Mar 30, 2019 Read More about Racial profiling reporting needs improvements, experts say
So ... Does American TV Ever Mention Africa?
by North Country Public Radio · Mar 30, 2019 Read More about So ... Does American TV Ever Mention Africa?
The Netherlands offers critique and solution to Austin street design
by Austin Monitor · Mar 25, 2019 Read More about The Netherlands offers critique and solution to Austin street design
Student gives people with disabilities free trips to the outdoors
by KXAN · Mar 21, 2019 Read More about Student gives people with disabilities free trips to the outdoors
National Parks In Senegal May Save Chimps
by Futurity · Mar 20, 2019 Read More about National Parks In Senegal May Save Chimps
Why The US, And Texas, Need To Catch Up When It Comes To Dementia Care
by Texas Public Radio · Mar 20, 2019 Read More about Why The US, And Texas, Need To Catch Up When It Comes To Dementia Care
Oil-producing communities should prepare for transition, forum told
by Oil & Gas Journal · Mar 15, 2019 Read More about Oil-producing communities should prepare for transition, forum told
Push to end publicity following viral video of mass shooting
by KXAN · Mar 15, 2019 Read More about Push to end publicity following viral video of mass shooting
Want to live a happy and resilient life? Science agrees this is the 1 type of friend you need to have
by CNBC · Mar 14, 2019 Read More about Want to live a happy and resilient life? Science agrees this is the 1 type of friend you need to have
Danny Kaspar named Sun Belt Coach of the Year by HoopsHD.com
by KVUE · Mar 13, 2019 Read More about Danny Kaspar named Sun Belt Coach of the Year by HoopsHD.com
Texas State University adds civil engineering program
by KXAN · Mar 13, 2019 Read More about Texas State University adds civil engineering program
Seniors and college students excel in Yoga together
by KENS 5 · Mar 12, 2019 Read More about Seniors and college students excel in Yoga together
Virtual Reality Could Make Disaster Response Training More Effective
by Nextgov · Mar 6, 2019 Read More about Virtual Reality Could Make Disaster Response Training More Effective

February 2019

Aransas County nature preserve returned to pre-Hurricane Harvey condition
by KZTV News · Feb 19, 2019 Read More about Aransas County nature preserve returned to pre-Hurricane Harvey condition
Texas is growing fast. We need to protect our water.
by Houston Chronicle · Feb 11, 2019 Read More about Texas is growing fast. We need to protect our water.
'No guilt, no remorse, no empathy.' Criminal profilers say Jake Patterson case stands out
by USA Today · Feb 11, 2019 Read More about 'No guilt, no remorse, no empathy.' Criminal profilers say Jake Patterson case stands out
Jammin’ at wind farms may help save bats
by Mongabay · Feb 11, 2019 Read More about Jammin’ at wind farms may help save bats
World wide woe - Experts urge caution online after rise in cyber crime
by Hays Free Press · Feb 6, 2019 Read More about World wide woe - Experts urge caution online after rise in cyber crime

January 2019

How do you compost a human body - and why would you?
by BBC · Jan 31, 2019 Read More about How do you compost a human body - and why would you?
What Happens When You Get Rabies? An Epidemiologist Explains
by SELF · Jan 24, 2019 Read More about What Happens When You Get Rabies? An Epidemiologist Explains
Forbes: Texas State ranks high as one of the 'most diverse' employers in the nation
by KVUE News · Jan 18, 2019 Read More about Forbes: Texas State ranks high as one of the 'most diverse' employers in the nation
What People Actually Say Before They Die
by The Atlantic Jan 16, 2019 Read More about What People Actually Say Before They Die
They were buried without names. Now some, at least, have recovered their identities.
by NY Times Jan 15, 2019 Read More about They were buried without names. Now some, at least, have recovered their identities.
Conspirare, Jennifer Holliday, Boz Scaggs snag Texas Medals of Arts
by Austin360 Jan 10, 2019 Read More about Conspirare, Jennifer Holliday, Boz Scaggs snag Texas Medals of Arts
Negative social media behaviours may indicate depression
by Business Standard Jan 10, 2019 Read More about Negative social media behaviours may indicate depression
Become a citizen scientist in your garden and beyond
by Austin360 Jan 8, 2019 Read More about Become a citizen scientist in your garden and beyond