In the News


04.18.2014
Low birth weight, lack of breast-feeding tied to inflammation later on Thomas McDadeHealth
04.18.2014
Study: Popular movements strangled by influence of the wealthy elite in CongressBenjamin PageThe Raw Story
04.18.2014
Sheriff: More than law enforcement needed to reduce crimeLinda TeplinIndianapolis Star
04.18.2014
Young dads may also suffer from baby bluesCraig GarfieldFree Malaysia Today
04.18.2014
New dads, don’t worryCraig GarfieldOman Tribune
04.17.2014
Low birth weight, lack of breast-feeding tied to inflammation risk in adulthood Thomas McDadePhilly.com
04.16.2014
Study: white Americans leaning toward conservative policies as US becomes more racially diverseJennifer RichesonCBS (DC)
04.16.2014
New dads have increased risk of depression, study saysCraig GarfieldFox News
04.15.2014
New fathers may need help with depression, study suggests Craig GarfieldGlobe and Mail
04.15.2014
Battle of economic theories took center stage at St. Luke’s trialDavid DranoveBlue Review
04.15.2014
Young dads at risk of postpartum depression tooCraig GarfieldDeccan Chronicle
04.15.2014
Early fatherhood associated with high Risk of depression in men Craig GarfieldRed Orbit
04.15.2014
Young fathers also susceptible to postpartum depressionCraig GarfieldPsych Central
04.15.2014
Young dads at depression risk tooCraig GarfieldTimes of India
04.15.2014
Researchers: Young dads at high risk of depression, tooCraig GarfieldScience Recorder
04.14.2014
American democracy no longer worksCraig GarfieldTalk Radio News Service
04.14.2014
Study: Young Dads Have High Risk Of Suffering DepressionCraig GarfieldCBS (Atlanta)
04.14.2014
Depression risks increase for young dadsCraig GarfieldUSA Today
04.14.2014
Young dads are at risk for postpartum depressionCraig GarfieldTime
04.14.2014
Young dads at risk of depressive symptoms, study findsCraig GarfieldU.S. News & World Report
04.14.2014
The race factor in this year’s electionsJennifer RichesonPBS News Hour
04.14.2014
Mental health: Risk of postnatal depression in young first-time fathers rises by 68%Craig GarfieldInternational Business Times
04.14.2014
Along with new mothers, new fathers too have risk of depressionCraig GarfieldFrench Tribune
04.14.2014
Young dads are prone to post-partum depression, too: studyCraig GarfieldTech Times
04.14.2014
Racialized politics, and America's South African future Jennifer RichesonThe Week
04.13.2014
A study on the changing racial makeup of 'The Next America'Jennifer RichesonHuffington Post
04.13.2014
GM, Comcast hearings struggle selling storiesDaniel DiermeierChicago Tribune
04.12.2014
The government listens to lobbyists and the wealthy, not you and meBenjamin PageThink Progress
04.12.2014
No, increasing diversity won’t make white voters more conservativeJennifer RichesonThink Progress
04.11.2014
Does a baby's name affect its chances in life?David FiglioBBC News Magazine
04.11.2014
Study: White Americans who fear becoming racial minority turn conservativeJennifer RichesonPress TV
04.10.2014
Study: White Americans who fear minority status more likely to shift rightJennifer RichesonThe Root
04.10.2014
Fear of becoming a racial minority makes white Americans more conservative: studyJennifer RichesonThe Raw Story
04.10.2014
Studies show whites made more conservative by fears of becoming racial minorityJennifer RichesonAtlanta Black Star
04.10.2014
Gutting of campaign finance laws enhances influence of corporations and wealthy AmericansBenjamin PageAlbany Tribune
04.10.2014
How demographic trends are polarizing voters in the deep SouthJennifer RichesonArizona Daily Star
04.10.2014
Gutting of campaign finance laws enhances influence of corporations and wealthy AmericansBenjamin PageScience Codex
04.10.2014
The disappearing woman and life on the internetEszter HargittaiHuffington Post
04.09.2014
Could America become Mississippi?Jennifer RichesonSlate
04.09.2014
What you don’t know about financial aid (but should)Morton SchapiroNew York Times
04.09.2014
Feds spending $750,000 to study how kid cartoons contribute to obesityEllen WartellaWatchdog.org
04.08.2014
Thinking about a majority-minority shift leads to more conservative viewsJennifer RichesonMedical Press
04.08.2014
Thinking about a majority-minority shift leads to more conservative viewsJennifer RichesonScience Codex
04.08.2014
Study: Republican Party will grow with more, not less, white supportJennifer RichesonWashington Examiner
04.08.2014
The Dora dietEllen WartellaThe Washington Free Beacon
04.06.2014
Advocates seek to help trade school students burned by debts James RosenbaumThe Baltimore Sun
04.03.2014
Wealthy students ‘should pay higher fees’Morton SchapiroTimes Higher Education
04.02.2014
The political cost of a heavy police presenceTraci BurchPublic CEO
03.31.2014
The safety net is good economic policyJonathan Guryan and Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachCenter for American Progress
03.29.2014
Chicago’s 911 dispatch times vary widely around city Wesley SkoganChicago Sun-Times
03.27.2014
What do they know? Dismissing a viral presumption about millennialsEszter HargittaiHuffington Post
03.26.2014
The immorality of evading the nanny taxCeleste Watkins-HayesThe Atlantic
03.26.2014
Sunitinib-related fatigue occurs early in RCC treatment David CellaCancer Network
03.25.2014
The 21st century marriage, for better or worseEli FinkelChicago Tribune
03.25.2014
Commentary: As the rich get richer, everyone else in America gets resentful Leslie McCallPortland Press Herald
03.24.2014
The common core takes holdJames SpillaneInsider Online
03.23.2014
Family and Marriage: Why should we get married, part 2 Eli FinkelAiken Standard (South Carolina)
03.22.2014
Other writers, on Rand Paul, the cost of college Leslie McCallDetroit News
03.21.2014
Six things you should never ask a job applicantLauren RiveraEntrepreneur
03.21.2014
In minimum wage debate, both sides make valid pointsJonathan GuryanBiz Times
03.20.2014
Income inequality isn’t about the rich — it’s about the rest of usLeslie McCallThe Washington Post
03.20.2014
Activists force companies out of comfort zone amid consumer shiftDaniel DiermeierFinancial Times
03.20.2014
Stupid things employers ask job candidatesLauren RiveraCNBC
03.20.2014
Six of the most useless job intererview questionsLauren RiveraThe Fiscal Times
03.19.2014
Americans of all ages keep up with newsRachel Davis MerseyColumbia Daily Tribune (Missouri)
03.19.2014
Evanston Community Foundation launches pilot Two-Generation Education Initiative Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Teresa Eckrich Sommer and Mesmin DestinTrib Local (Evanston & Skokie)
03.19.2014
Poll: People still seek meaty news on media buffet Rachel Davis MerseyThe Day (Connecticut)
03.19.2014
Media landscape more diverse but serious news gets through Rachel Davis MerseyThe Australian
03.18.2014
Talk about classMesmin DestinInside Higher Education
03.18.2014
On Facebook, moods are contagious, research indicatesCharles ManskiContra Costa Times
03.18.2014
‘Affluenza’ case highlights socioeconomic, racial disparities in justiceEmma AdamJuvenile Justice Information Exchange
03.18.2014
All the news that’s fit to…whateverRachel Davis MerseyCapitol Hill Blue
03.18.2014
Notion of minority-majority nation exacerbates white racismJennifer RichesonPacific Standard
03.18.2014
Poll: People still seek meaty news on media buffet Rachel Davis MerseyThe State (South Carolina)
03.18.2014
Poll: People still seek meaty news on media buffetRachel Davis MerseyMiami Herald
03.18.2014
Poll: American news appetites crave serious and entertaining, draw from varied media sourcesRachel Davis MerseyU.S. News & World Report
03.17.2014
Minimum wage debate: Valid points on both sidesJonathan GuryanChicago Tribune
03.17.2014
Who uses food stamps? Millions of kids, that's whoDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachCNBC
03.16.2014
Family and marriage: Why should we get married?Eli FinkelAiken Standard (South Carolina)
03.16.2014
Millennials plan to trade kids for careers — but it doesn't have to be that wayAlice EaglyDeseret News
03.14.2014
New diagnostic tool will help ID childhood mental health issuesLauren WakschlagFeinberg School of Medicine News Center
03.13.2014
Northwestern scholar will lead social sciences at NSF Fay Lomax CookInside Higher Education
03.12.2014
Facebook spreads rainy-day blues to sunny places, study says Charles ManskiLos Angeles Times
03.12.2014
NU prof named to science foundation postFay Lomax CookEvanston Now
03.12.2014
Why half of urban kids drop outJonathan GuryanCNN
03.11.2014
Solving the Midwest's biggest geologic mysterySeth SteinPhys.org
03.10.2014
Infants use verbs they know to learn new nouns Sandra WaxmanScientific American
03.09.2014
Atlanta aims to invest more in teachersDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachHouston Chronicle
03.07.2014
There’s a case against diversity in the workplace—but the alternative is even scarierJennifer RichesonQuartz
03.07.2014
Infants using known verbs to learn new nounsSandra WaxmanMedical Press
03.07.2014
Marriage revisited: On soulmates, paramours and avoiding suffocationEli FinkelWBUR (National Public Raido, Boston)
03.07.2014
Language acquisition: Nouns before verbs?Sandra WaxmanScience Daily
03.06.2014
News literacy declines with socioeconomic statusEszter HargittaiColumbia Journalism Review
03.04.2014
One thing Spain can teach us: how not to spread the wealth in your countryTherese McGuireThe Guardian
03.03.2014
Fler svaga elever får lärare att lämna (Student performance and teacher mobility in Sweden)Krzysztof KarbownikSydsvenskan (Sweden)
02.12.2014
New twists for love in age of big dataEli FinkelBangkok Post