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May 2020

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

April 2020

The Human Cost of Cheap Meat Gets Higher in the Pandemic
by Bloomberg Businessweek · Apr 30, 2020 Read More
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
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
Even During A Pandemic, Parents Should Limit Kids' Screen Time
by Texas Standard · Apr 28, 2020 Read More
As economy buckles under coronavirus, Texas State expands free tuition program
by Austin American Statesman · Apr 27, 2020 Read More
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
The Coronavirus Choice
by U.S. News & World Report · Apr 24, 2020 Read More
Texas State University announces $30 million in financial assistance to students affected by COVID-19
by KSAT · Apr 24, 2020 Read More
What I Learned From 12 Days in Isolation
by The Atlantic · Apr 23, 2020 Read More
Stopping virus a huge challenge at crowded US meat plants
by ABC News · Apr 23, 2020 Read More
Here's How to Wear a Face Mask Properly, According to Medical Experts
by Good HouseKeeping · Apr 21, 2020 Read More
5 High-Touch Areas in Your Home to Disinfect Regularly
by Parents · Apr 21, 2020 Read More
What Happens If the U.S. Economy Reopens on May 1?
by Healthline · Apr 20, 2020 Read More
Public enrollment for COVID-19 testing coming, health officials say
by KXAN · Apr 17, 2020 Read More
Perfectionism takes toll on college students, study shows
by University Business · Apr 15, 2020 Read More
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
10 science-backed tips to help you work from home successfully
by Science Focus · Apr 14, 2020 Read More
The Extreme Power Of Imperfection
by Forbes · Apr 13, 2020 Read More
COVID-19 April 13 Updates: Austin Sets Up Rental Help Program, Hotline For Restaurants Established
by KUT · Apr 13, 2020 Read More
Round Rock hospital hires TXST students as coronavirus creates shortages
by Austin American Statesman · Apr 13, 2020 Read More
What are the stages of grief? How to process and deal with grief or loss
by Business Insider Malaysia · Apr 12, 2020 Read More
Five High-Touch Areas in Your Home to Disinfect Regularly
by Martha Stewart · Apr 8, 2020 Read More
Online Shopping Is Ramping Up, but Are Packages Safe From Coronavirus
by Men's Health · Apr 7, 2020 Read More
Can a Homemade Face Mask Really Prevent Coronavirus? How to Make, Wear, and Clean One
by Prevention · Apr 7, 2020 Read More
Do Disinfectant Wipes Really Kill Germs Effectively?
by Women's Health · Apr 6, 2020 Read More
Why Face Masks Are Crucial Now in the Battle Against COVID-19
by Healthline · Apr 6, 2020 Read More
More than ever, we need nature. It makes us and our children happier
by CNN · Apr 4, 2020 Read More
Crisis Gives Fake Cops an Opening to Exploit
by The New York Times · Apr 3, 2020 Read More
The Future Is Now: “Now we have a scientific basis to estimate large crowd sizes”
by Medium · Apr 2, 2020 Read More
COVID-19 pandemic proves to be fertile breeding ground for conspiracy theories, TXST finds
by News4SA · Apr 1, 2020 Read More

March 2020

Central Texas schools and universities donate supplies to help fight COVID-19 pandemic
by KXAN · Mar 29, 2020 Read More
Texas State loans ventilators to medical centers to help combat COVID-19 pandemic
by KVUE · Mar 27, 2020 Read More
Here's how graduating and retired nurses can help fight COVID-19 in Texas
by KXAN · Mar 26, 2020 Read More
Is Visiting a National Park a Bad Idea During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
by Fodor’s Travel · Mar 25, 2020 Read More
What Would Freud Make of the Toilet Paper Panic?
by The New Yorker · Mar 23, 2020 Read More
How Medical Students Can Stay Safe From Coronavirus
by U.S. News and World Report · Mar 19, 2020 Read More
How Long Coronavirus Lives On Clothes, And How To Wash Them
by Huffington Post Australia · Mar 19, 2020 Read More
Agronomists are engineering DNA to save some foods from extinction
by USA Today · Mar 18, 2020 Read More
Why young and Healthy People Should Still Take Coronavirus Seriously
by Forbes · Mar 16, 2020 Read More
After shaky start, federal and state authorities start to work in tandem
by The Christian Science Monitor · Mar 16, 2020 Read More
How to avoid Coronavirus on Planes, Trains, and Buses
by Self.com · Mar 13, 2020 Read More
What's the Difference Between and Epidemic and Pandemic?
by Health U.S. News · Mar 13, 2020 Read More
Here's What You Actually Need To Buy To Prepare For Coronavirus
by Forbes · Mar 10, 2020 Read More
5 Million Texans Lack Health Insurance. Here's How That Complicates The Coronavirus Response
by Texas Tribune · Mar 10, 2020 Read More
Coronavirus Should Not Stop You From Going Out to Dinner
by Men's Health · Mar 10, 2020 Read More
University official says Texas State discussing plans to teach remotely in case of coronavirus outbreak
by KXAN News · Mar 10, 2020 Read More
This is the worst thing you can do after a workout
by The Ladders · Mar 9, 2020 Read More
Virus expert says public panic over coronavirus 'a little out of proportion'
by KVUE News · Mar 5, 2020 Read More
Gov. Abbott: Texas to survey teachers on school safety
by KXAN News · Mar 5, 2020 Read More
This Dreamy Island in Indonesia Lights Up With Hundreds of Fireflies at Night
by Travel and Leisure · Mar 4, 2020 Read More
'Election stress disorder': How to cope with the anxiety as political tensions intensify
by NBC News · Mar 3, 2020 Read More
How changes to the climate will impact the spread of infectious diseases
by The Week · Mar 1, 2020 Read More

February 2020

Coronavirus Cases Outside China Are Accelerating Rapidly. Here's What to Know
by TIME Magazine · Feb 24, 2020 Read More
Chinese rowing team training for Tokyo Olympics in Texas
by KXAN · Feb 24, 2020 Read More
Looking for Leakage: Texas State University develops digital threat assessment program
by Fox 7 Austin News · Feb 22, 2020 Read More
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
Climate change will make animal-borne diseases more challenging to predict
by WKSU · Feb 14, 2020 Read More
Why is social media so addictive
by Gizmodo · Feb 11, 2020 Read More
World will always have to live with the emergence of new viruses
by Noticias R7 · Feb 9, 2020 Read More
Texas history: Frank de la Teja spent his life figuring out old Texas
by Austin American Statesman · Feb 7, 2020 Read More
Downtown Austin commuters mostly drive alone to work. Some business leaders want change
by KUT · Feb 5, 2020 Read More
Novel Coronavirus Lab Protocols and Responses: Next Steps
by American Society for Microbiology · Feb 3, 2020 Read More

January 2020

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

December 2019

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

November 2019

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

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

October 2019

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

September 2019

Jack the Ripper identity questioned by Texas State research professor
by KXAN · Sep 27, 2019 Read More
Inside the Four-Year Forensic Search to Give One Migrant Family an Answer
by Esquire · Sep 26, 2019 Read More
Tech SA: Texas State University, company develop technology to monitor cattle
by KSAT · Sep 24, 2019 Read More
Companies can use VR to train employees for mass shootings. But should they?
by CNN International · Sep 24, 2019 Read More
In Nigeria, dreadlocks are entangled with beliefs about danger
by Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation · Sep 20, 2019 Read More
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
Entrepreneurs discuss disrupting industries at 2019 Greater San Marcos Innovation Summit
by Community Impact · Sep 18, 2019 Read More
How Safe Are Your Kids Online, Exactly?
by MSN · Sep 18, 2019 Read More
Fewer teen pregnancies in Texas, but experts point to needed work in repeat teen births
by KXAN · Sep 18, 2019 Read More
With A Deadline Looming The UK Still Struggles With Brexit
by Texas Standard · Sep 17, 2019 Read More
Texas State gets funding to help identify South Texas remains
by KVUE · Sep 17, 2019 Read More
‘Hot’ yoga, hula dance your way to healthy blood pressure
by Chicago Tribune · Sep 16, 2019 Read More
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
Understanding the Opioid Crisis in the United States: Part 2
by Psychology Today · Sep 13, 2019 Read More
Texas State University receives $2.5 million grant to advance research in STEM
by KSAT · Sep 13, 2019 Read More
The Push to Get More Teachers of Color in Special Education Classrooms
by Education Week · Sep 9, 2019 Read More
How to talk to your kids about weight
by NBC News · Sep 8, 2019 Read More
Using Plants to Combat Prison Recidivism
by SciTechDaily · Sep 8, 2019 Read More
The Wittliff Collections Save Texas Music History for the Ages...and the Public
by Houston Press · Sep 6, 2019 Read More
Study hints at hot yoga benefit for blood pressure
by American Heart Association News · Sep 5, 2019 Read More
September is the new January: Here's how to set and tackle big goals this fall
by NBC News · Sep 3, 2019 Read More
THE LONG TERM DEAD: EXHUMING AND IDENTIFYING MISSING MIGRANTS WITH KATE SPRADLEY
by Intercross · Sep 3, 2019 Read More

August 2019

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

July 2019

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

June 2019

'Great Replacement' ideology is spreading hate in U.S. and across the globe
by Yahoo! News · Jun 30, 2019 Read More
Researcher explores how urbanization affects wildlife, spread of Lyme disease
by Outbreak News Today · Jun 29, 2019 Read More
Inspector General wants to know if USDA concealed worker safety data
by Washington Post · Jun 25, 2019 Read More
Are U.S. heat waves driven by Arctic warming?
by E&E News · Jun 17, 2019 Read More
Invasive parasite problem found in the San Marcos, Comal Rivers
by FOX 7 Austin · Jun 6, 2019 Read More
How the moon played a crucial role during the D-Day invasion
by CNN · Jun 6, 2019 Read More
What happens to decomposed remains after they're found?
by KSAT · Jun 5, 2019 Read More
Lydia Mendoza — The Lark Of The Border — Honored With Historical Marker
by Texas Public Radio · Jun 5, 2019 Read More
What Has The Moon Got To Do With D-Day? As It Turns Out, Everything
by Forbes · Jun 5, 2019 Read More
5 U.S. Cities That Potentially Could Run Out of Water
by The Weather Channel · Jun 3, 2019 Read More
Texas Struggles to Keep Pace as Thirst for Water Intensifies
by The New York Times · Jun 1, 2019 Read More
Where Do You Belong? Stats from the Most Represented Schools on Broadway
by Broadway World · Jun 1, 2019 Read More

May 2019

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

April 2019

Beware! Rael-Science Post Unveils Consequences of Fluorescent Lighting
by The News Chronicle · Apr 30, 2019 Read More
Texas State’s ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’ goes all-out gothic
by Austin360 · Apr 28, 2019 Read More
The Blood-Sucking 'Kissing Bug' Can Cause a Deadly Illness—Here's How You Can Avoid It
by Health · Apr 24, 2019 Read More
Christchurch mosque attacks: US officer on how police stop an active shooter
by Stuff · Apr 24, 2019 Read More
The Everyday Gift of Writing | Naomi Shihab Nye
by Listen Notes · Apr 22, 2019 Read More
Scientists claim fluorescent lights are changing human DNA
by KXAN · Apr 19, 2019 Read More
Preventing diagnostic errors by uniting the clinical laboratory with direct patient care
by Elsevier · Apr 18, 2019 Read More
Chagas Disease: A Silent Killer with a Cure
by Infection Control Today · Apr 18, 2019 Read More
A Flamboyant Talk Show Host Finds Himself Embroiled in Controversy
by New York Times · Apr 18, 2019 Read More
How can the Houston Toad be saved?
by KXAN · Apr 18, 2019 Read More
Christa Oliver Selected For Harvard Performing Arts Summer Seminar
by Broadway World · Apr 18, 2019 Read More
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
Organic Fertilizers Have an Impact on Vegetable Crop Yield
by Growing Produce · Apr 17, 2019 Read More
Lab Week 2019 with Dr Rodney Rohde
by Outbreak News Today · Apr 17, 2019 Read More
A Safe Space for Bats: New technology reduces bat take at wind farms
by Windpower Engineering & Development · Apr 16, 2019 Read More
Texas authorities identify 2 victims in decades-old 'Killing Fields' murders using genetic genealogy
by ABC News · Apr 15, 2019 Read More
What Can You Do With a Sociology Degree?
by U.S. News · Apr 11, 2019 Read More
Texas State University dealing with its own growth, announces huge music building
by KXAN · Apr 11, 2019 Read More
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST at Texas State Univeristy
by Broadway World · Apr 11, 2019 Read More
Get a degree without paying for textbooks? ACC says it's possible
by KXAN · Apr 11, 2019 Read More
Centro To Host Talk On Labor Exploitation
by San Marcos Record · Apr 11, 2019 Read More
Barbara Breier Receives National Honor For Development Foundation Leadership
by San Marcos Corridor News · Apr 8, 2019 Read More
Record $2.9M in prizes doled out at Rice Business Plan Competition
by Houston Business Journal · Apr 7, 2019 Read More
Boston Sunday Review: Caroline Ritter
by The Sports Hub · Apr 7, 2019 Read More
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
Workplace yoga can indeed lower employee stress
by Reuters · Apr 5, 2019 Read More
How 5 Decades of the War on Drugs Has Spread Drug Trafficking
by Technology Networks · Apr 5, 2019 Read More
Poem: Sometimes There Is a Day
by New York Times · Apr 4, 2019 Read More
Novel computer model reveals unintended consequences of cocaine interdiction
by News Medical · Apr 4, 2019 Read More
Preparing Your Team for Disasters
by American Association for Respiratory Care · Apr 3, 2019 Read More
Pork industry soon will have more power over meat inspections
by Washington Post · Apr 3, 2019 Read More
What's the Oldest Disease?
by Gizmodo · Apr 1, 2019 Read More
War on drugs has helped cocaine traffickers conquer swathes of Central America, study suggests
by Independent · Apr 1, 2019 Read More

March 2019

Racial profiling reporting needs improvements, experts say
by Victoria Advocate · Mar 30, 2019 Read More
So ... Does American TV Ever Mention Africa?
by North Country Public Radio · Mar 30, 2019 Read More
The Netherlands offers critique and solution to Austin street design
by Austin Monitor · Mar 25, 2019 Read More
Planning for the worst—active shooter training held at Austin mosque
by KXAN · Mar 23, 2019 Read More
Student gives people with disabilities free trips to the outdoors
by KXAN · Mar 21, 2019 Read More
National Parks In Senegal May Save Chimps
by Futurity · Mar 20, 2019 Read More
Why The US, And Texas, Need To Catch Up When It Comes To Dementia Care
by Texas Public Radio · Mar 20, 2019 Read More
Oil-producing communities should prepare for transition, forum told
by Oil & Gas Journal · Mar 15, 2019 Read More
Push to end publicity following viral video of mass shooting
by KXAN · Mar 15, 2019 Read More
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
Danny Kaspar named Sun Belt Coach of the Year by HoopsHD.com
by KVUE · Mar 13, 2019 Read More
Texas State University adds civil engineering program
by KXAN · Mar 13, 2019 Read More
Seniors and college students excel in Yoga together
by KENS 5 · Mar 12, 2019 Read More
Virtual Reality Could Make Disaster Response Training More Effective
by Nextgov · Mar 6, 2019 Read More

February 2019

Aransas County nature preserve returned to pre-Hurricane Harvey condition
by KZTV News · Feb 19, 2019 Read More
Texas is growing fast. We need to protect our water.
by Houston Chronicle · Feb 11, 2019 Read More
'No guilt, no remorse, no empathy.' Criminal profilers say Jake Patterson case stands out
by USA Today · Feb 11, 2019 Read More
Jammin’ at wind farms may help save bats
by Mongabay · Feb 11, 2019 Read More
World wide woe - Experts urge caution online after rise in cyber crime
by Hays Free Press · Feb 6, 2019 Read More
Texas governor sees school safety as a top issue
by Washington Post · Feb 5, 2019 Read More
Five artists with roots in UH Hilo printmaking program show their work at Honolulu Printmakers 91st Annual Juried Exhibition
by UH Hilo Stories · Feb 4, 2019 Read More

January 2019

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

December 2018

Hundreds die crossing US-Mexican border, and lawmakers want to help ID them
by USA Today Dec 21, 2018 Read More
College binge drinkers are posting while drunk, ‘addicted’ to social media
by Health Medicine Network Dec 20, 2018 Read More
Teacher gives every student in school a college shirt to spark dreams
by KXAN Dec 20, 2018 Read More
Exclusive: New clue surfaces in underwater hunt for conquistador’s lost ships
by National Geographic Dec 18, 2018 Read More
System uses ultrasound to keep bats away from wind turbines
by New Atlas Dec 14, 2018 Read More
Texas border-area officials could get a funding boost to help ID human remains
by Texas Tribune Dec 12, 2018 Read More
More Police Training Key To Determining Who Is A 'Good Guy' With A Gun
by NPR Dec 12, 2018 Read More
FSIS’ Flawed Data Safety
by Politico Dec 6, 2018 Read More
The 10 best classical concerts of 2018
by Chicago Tribune Dec 2, 2018 Read More

November 2018

Study: Teachers Use Crowdfunding Sites to Make Up for Budget Shortfalls
by Education Week Nov 29, 2018 Read More
Citizen scientists training to protect Texas waterways receive grant
by KXAN Nov 26, 2018 Read More
Student debt is on the rise. Some schools are doing away with the loans
by CNBC Nov 20, 2018 Read More
BWW Review: CABARET Dazzles at Texas State
by BroadwayWorld Nov 17, 2018 Read More
Texas State steps into future of engineering education with $120M Ingram Hall
by Austin Business Journal Nov 12, 2018 Read More
Texas State’s ‘Cabaret’ is a dark production for a dark time
by Austin360 Nov 12, 2018 Read More
Facebook is testing its dating service. Here’s how it’s different from Tinder
by Wired Nov 8, 2018 Read More
Justice Department allocates $8.7M for active shooter training
by Washington Times Nov 1, 2018 Read More
Texas training center gets $8.7 million grant to provide active shooter training
by Dallas Morning News Nov 1, 2018 Read More
ALERRT program at Texas State receives $8.7 million grant to help train first responders
by KVUE Nov 1, 2018 Read More

October 2018

On ‘Parts Unknown,’ Anthony Bourdain Asks If West Texans Are the Platonic Ideal of Texans
by Texas Monthly Oct 23, 2018 Read More
In Alamo redesign, renewed battles over who gets to tell stories of Texas
by The Christian Science Monitor Oct 23, 2018 Read More
Can a Startup Transform General Mills? The Saga of Epic Provisions
by Inc. Oct 23, 2018 Read More
Bright lights of 3D printed lithium-ion batteries demonstrated by DukeU and Texas State
by 3D Printing Industry Oct 18, 2018 Read More
"Avoid, Deny, Defend': What to do during an active shooter situation
by Oxygen Oct 17, 2018 Read More
Liz Fisher Wins Princess Grace Award
by The Austin Chronicle Oct 16, 2018 Read More
Texas State University’s Witliff Collections now home to vast Tejano music archives
by Statesman Oct 7, 2018 Read More
Art exhibit at Texas State University draws attention to rare diseases
by KXAN News Oct 4, 2018 Read More
Quantum Materials Corp (Texas State STAR Park Company) Receives Innovator of the Year Award from YTEXAS
by Markets Insider Oct 4, 2018 Read More
Wittliff Collection at Texas State acquires Tejano music treasures
by My San Antonio Oct 3, 2018 Read More

September 2018

Greater San Marcos Partnership Innovation Summit highlight's 'Innovation Corridor'
by Spectrum Local News Sept 26, 2018 Read More
Has Hunting Become a Rich Man’s Game?
by Texas Monthly Sept 20, 2018 Read More
Success of Hispanic-serving colleges, universities needs to go beyond enrollment, graduation
by NBC News Sept 11, 2018 Read More
How opposition to vaccines caused a measles outbreak in Europe
by CBC Radio Sept 7, 2018 Read More
Routine bridge inspection uncovers ancient remains
by KSAT Sept 7, 2018 Read More
Cheap Motels, Highways and Poverty Facilitate Sex Trafficking: Study
by The Crime Report Sept 6, 2018 Read More
The cowboy way: Museum exhibit to feature work of vaqueros
by Temple Daily Telegram Sept 2, 2018 Read More
Compulsive tweeting? It's a thing, says psychology professor
by The Courier Express Sept 2, 2018 Read More

August 2018

Richard Wesley Headlines 16th Black & Latino Playwrights Conference
by Broadway World Aug 31, 2018 Read More
The Top 25 BFA Musical Theatre Programs for 2018-19
by OnStage Blog Aug 31, 2018 Read More
Heart Doctors Are Warning About Chagas Disease
by Health Aug 22, 2018 Read More
Gov. Greg Abbott announces another $1.8 million in grants for Santa Fe
by The Courier Aug 22, 2018 Read More
Seventeen Texas Museum Gifted Over 500 Artworks from the Contemporary Austin's Collection
by Glasstire Aug 22, 2018 Read More
USDA Grant To Enhance Student Awareness Of Global Agriculture Opportunity
by San Marcos Corridor News Aug 11, 2018 Read More
Hospital Workers Are At Risk Of Workplace Violence
by Texas Public Radio Aug 03, 2018 Read More

July 2018

A New Digital Life for the Oldest Written Account of Texas
by Texas Standard Jul 26, 2018 Read More
Texas Stream Team shows worth of citizen involvement
by Longview News-Journal · Jul 12, 2018 Read More
Evidence of an early projectile point technology
by Science Advances · Jul 11, 2018 Read More

April 2018

Greater San Marcos Region Transforms into Texas Innovation Corridor
by Industry Week · Apr 6, 2018 Read More