In the News


05.27.2016
Andrew Sullivan is blind: It’s elitists who helped give rise to America’s neo-fascist movement Benjamin PageSalon
05.26.2016
Thiel-Gawker fight raises concerns about press freedomJack DoppeltThe New York Times
05.26.2016
What back pain says about your relationshipClaudia HaaseCosmopolitan
05.26.2016
Infants learn better when listening to human speech—or lemursSandra WaxmanPacific Standard
05.25.2016
How couples argue can predict specific health problems later in life, study findsClaudia HaaseThe Science Explorer
05.25.2016
The surprising way arguing with your partner affects your health Claudia HaaseHealth
05.25.2016
What your arguing style says about your future health, according to scienceClaudia HaaseBustle
05.25.2016
Here’s what living near a toxic waste site can do to kds’ gradesDavid Figlio, Clauida PeriscoBloomberg
05.24.2016
Your fighting style could predict future health issuesClaudia HaaseFitness
05.24.2016
The way you argue could predict if you'll get heart problems or back painClauidia HaaseAsk Men
05.24.2016
Giving your partner the silent treatment may cause this major health problemClaudia HaaseElite Daily
05.23.2016
Critics argued with our analysis of U.S. political inequality. Here are 5 ways they’re wrong.Benjamin PageThe Washington Post
05.18.2016
8 big problems for women in the workplace Lauren RiveraThe Chicago Tribune
05.17.2016
How kids learn resilienceKirabo JJacksonThe Atlantic
05.17.2016
Carlos Slim keeps it in the family as grandkids join boardsBernard BlackReuters
05.17.2016
Donald Trump and the ‘Ideal Woman’ Alice EaglyThe Atlantic
05.16.2016
Humans are animals, tooSandra WaxmanNPR
05.16.2016
Education Week interview: Morton Schapiro, president of Northwestern UniversityMorton SchapiroCBS Chicago
05.16.2016
Hate networking? Try these 4 thingsBrian UzziFinancial Reivew
05.16.2016
Why luck matters more than you might thinkBenjamin PageThe Atlantic
05.13.2016
Tax refund delays could sting working poorDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachMarket Place
05.11.2016
Tax-refund delays seen hitting low-income households Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Wall Street Journal
05.11.2016
50 percent of teens report feeling 'addicted' to their phones. Are they?Ellen WartellaThe Oklahoman
05.11.2016
Crowdsourcing to get ideas, and perhaps save moneyElizabeth GerberThe New York Times
05.09.2016
The diplomas—and jobs—Washington wants to killJames RosenbaumThe Wall Street Journal
05.09.2016
A Mother’s Day like no other-paying mom forwardSandra WaxmanThe Huffington Post
05.09.2016
Explaining the Bernie/Hillary generational divide: A millennial perspectiveBenjamin PagePaste
05.09.2016
Online video reveals 'spark of life' Teresa WoodruffThe Bismark Tribune
05.09.2016
In Kenwood, black picket fencesMary PattilloThe Chicago Reporter
05.07.2016
Study: Humans’ faster metabolism enables larger brainsChristopher KuzawaScience World Report
05.05.2016
Congratulations on graduating. Now give up on your dreams Morton SchapiroThe Los Angeles Times
05.04.2016
Panel discusses 'Illinois on the Brink'Therese McGuireThe Evanston Round Table
05.04.2016
Parents and teenagers addicted to their smartphones: SurveyEllen WartellaMaine News Online
05.04.2016
50% US teenagers admit they’re addicted to mobile phones Ellen WartellaPerf Science
05.04.2016
Half of U.S. teenagers think they're addicted to mobile phonesEllen WartellaHeadlines and Global News
05.04.2016
Hiring bias study: Resumes with black, white, Hispanic names treated the same David FiglioThe Chicago Tribune
05.03.2016
The real reason some people end up with partners who are way more attractiveEli FinkelThe Washington Post
05.03.2016
More than half of teens ‘addicted’ to phones, poll saysEllen WartellaThe Boston Globe
05.03.2016
Teens know they’re addicted to phonesEllen WartellaU.S. News & World Report
05.03.2016
U.S. families struggling with teens' phone addiction: reportEllen WartellaReuters
05.02.2016
Study: 7 of 10 most profitable US hospitals are nonprofits Craig GarthwaiteAssociated Press
05.01.2016
When sperm meets eggTeresa WoodruffSlate
05.01.2016
Should everyone go to college?James RosenbaumThe Chronicle of Higher Education
05.01.2016
Law and engineering should share curriculumDaniel RodriguezThe Chronicle of Higher Education
04.28.2016
Watch sparks fly as sperm meet eggs to form lifeTeresa WoodruffNature World News
04.28.2016
Sparks fly from egg at moment of conception – new hope for IVF successTeresa WoodruffWorld Tech Today
04.28.2016
Human eggs reveal how fertile they are by radiating zinc fireworks when insemination is successful Teresa WoodruffPerf Science
04.28.2016
Spark at conception could aid IVF treatmentsTeresa WoodruffJilard News
04.28.2016
The magical moment of conception: ‘sparks’ fly during fertilization Teresa WoodruffParent Herald
04.28.2016
Zinc sparks from egg cells can unveil particular set of eggs can be used in IVFTeresa WoodruffNew Hampshire Voice
04.27.2016
Joyful sparks occur when a human egg is inseminatedTeresa WoodruffPulse
04.27.2016
In defense of federal food aidDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Wall Street Journal
04.27.2016
Watch Amazing Zinc fireworks as egg cell meets sperm: Why this sparks bright future for human fertilityTeresa WoodruffTech Times
04.27.2016
Spark of life: Amazing discovery shows bright flash of light the moment life begins Teresa WoodruffInquisitr
04.27.2016
These Aae the actual "fireworks" in your body that happen when you get pregnantTeresa WoodruffConnections.mic
04.27.2016
Scientists just captured something extraordinary at the moment of fertilizationTeresa WoodruffIFL Science
04.27.2016
Video: New technique shows ‘sparks’ fly at moment of conceptionTeresa WoodruffNewsweek
04.27.2016
Fertilized human egg emits microscopic flash of lightTeresa WoodruffCBC News
04.27.2016
Human eggs celebrate insemination with flash of zinc fireworksTeresa WoodruffUPI
04.26.2016
When egg and sperm meet, fireworks light the Petri dishTeresa WoodruffSTAT
04.26.2016
Sparks really do fly: Scientists discover flash of light when new life is formed at the moment a sperm meets an egg Teresa WoodruffThe Daily Mail
04.26.2016
During conception, human eggs emit sparksTeresa WoodruffU.S. News & World Report
04.26.2016
Bright flash of light marks incredible moment life begins when sperm meets egg Teresa WoodruffThe Telegraph
04.25.2016
Can more money fix America's schools?Kirabo JacksonNPR
04.25.2016
The mess in Illinois and the public trust case for pension reformDavid DanaThe Huffington Post
04.24.2016
How the banks stole higher educationElizabeth SweetVice
04.23.2016
Who is the real Trump?Benjamin PageLas Vegas Review-Journal
04.22.2016
The anti-moneyball electionLauren RiveraThe New Yorker
04.20.2016
First impressions, handshakes are key to women in leadershipBrian UzziThe Oklahoman
04.20.2016
Do ethicists hinder HIV prevention research?Brian MustanskiReuters
04.19.2016
The “Chicago Model” of policing hasn’t saved ChicagoWesley SkoganThe Marshall Project
04.14.2016
Drug abuse more prevalent among whites than African Americans: studyLinda TeplinEvanston Patch
04.13.2016
How can Chicago police rebuild trust? Wesley SkoganThe Christian Science Monitor
04.12.2016
FCC expands 'Lifeline' program to bridge the digital divideEszter HargittaiEducation Week
04.12.2016
Researchers find that this simple behavior could make you more attractive to othersAlice EaglyScience Explorer
04.11.2016
This is the most expensive drug in AmericaCraig GarthwaiteMarket Watch
04.08.2016
Small, piecemeal mergers in health care fly under regulators’ radarsLeemore DafnyThe New York Times
04.08.2016
New study on drug use confirms what black people have been saying this whole timeLinda TeplinIdentities.mic
04.08.2016
Effectiveness, defined broadlyJames RosenbaumInside Higher Education
04.07.2016
Review of medical malpractice insurance premiums, 26 years, by state Bernard BlackThe National Law Review
04.06.2016
How valuable is access to the social safety net in early childhood? Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachAmerican Economic Association
04.01.2016
Why Wisconsin’s primary could pack a punchDaniel GalvinThe Boston Globe
04.01.2016
How cultural differences affect autism diagnosesSandra WaxmanScientific American
03.31.2016
Adolescent males and future fatherhoodCraig GarfieldInside Higher Education
03.30.2016
If you grew up poor, your college degree may be worth lessLauren RiveraPBS News Hour
03.30.2016
Northwestern study: 'Playground' psychotherapy reduces depression in ratsEva RedeiThe Chicago Tribune
03.30.2016
Would food stamp cuts lead to "hunger and poverty"?Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachCBS News
03.30.2016
Depression not governed by genes and environment is a major factor when it comes to being happy, claims new studyEva RedeiThe Independent (U.K.)
03.29.2016
The lifelong health toll of schoolyard racismEmma AdamPacific Standard
03.29.2016
Unique baby names: everyone wants parents to stop doing thisDavid FiglioThe Huffington Post (Canada)
03.29.2016
'Disneyland' cures depression In genetically sad ratsEva RedeiHNGN
03.28.2016
Broadband subsidies important but more data needed to inform FCC policy decisionsEszter HargittaiThe Huffington Post
03.25.2016
Safety in numbers. . . of conservativesMesmin DestinThe Boston Globe
03.04.2016
Do you have to help parents to help their children?Lindsday Chase-LansdalePacific Standard