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09.26.2016
Better depression treatment could be found in blood testEva RedeiCNN
09.25.2016
Obama the great dividerWesley SkoganQuadrant
09.24.2016
What do Clinton and Trump need to accomplish in the debates? Craig LaMayThe Christian Science Monitor
09.24.2016
The pressure's on Hillary Clinton at first debate, fair or notCraig LaMayNewsweek
09.23.2016
Study provides insights into sexual health needs of bisexual teenage girlsBrian MustanskiNews Medical.net
09.23.2016
Murphy misleads in attack on Rubio’s gun votes following Orlando shootingLaurel HardbridgeThe Miami Herald
09.23.2016
Presidential debates don’t get no respect. They shouldCraig LaMayThe Wall Street Journal
09.22.2016
Donald Trump’s crime policies might hit minorities harder, experts sayWesley SkoganThe New York Times
09.22.2016
The rise and fall of community policing in ChicagoWesley SkoganThe Chicago Reader
09.20.2016
Later term births may offer future cognitive benefitsDavid FiglioThe Chicago Tribune
09.19.2016
Could a blood test diagnose depression?Eva RedeiSelf
09.18.2016
A safe space for unsafe spacesMorton SchapiroThe Wall Street Journal
09.16.2016
The sane way to climb the corporate ladderLauren RiveraMen's Health
09.16.2016
Dave Denslow: Patience improves student performanceDavid FiglioThe Gainesville Sun
09.15.2016
Early menopause linked to higher heart disease, death risksTeresa WoodruffHealth Day
09.15.2016
What is the average class size in Michigan's schools? Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachNPR (Michigan Radio)
09.15.2016
Early menopause tied to heart risk and early deathTeresa WoodruffReuters
09.14.2016
The case for safe spaces (or U Chicago gets it wrong)Morton SchapiroThe Huffington Post
09.13.2016
Here's what happened when my health plan went belly upCraig GarthwaiteCrain's Chicago Business
09.08.2016
Tweeting your way to tenureLeslie McCallInside Higher Education
09.07.2016
What Is 'culturally competent' teaching? Carol LeeEducation Week
09.07.2016
An October gameday surpriseJames DruckmanU.S. News & World Report
09.07.2016
Black teachers matterMary PattilloMother Jones
09.07.2016
Cryoresearch could give cancer survivors a shot at motherhoodTeresa WoodruffDiscover
09.06.2016
Divided America: In recovery, many poor schools left behind Kirabo JacksonThe Associated Press
09.03.2016
Is EpiPen's price the FDA's fault? What's holding up new generics?Craig GarthwaiteInvestor's Business Daily
09.02.2016
When your football team wins, so does ObamaJames DruckmanThe Washington Post
09.01.2016
Are safe spaces and trigger warnings helping or hurting students?Morton SchapiroWTTW - Chicago Tonight
08.31.2016
Campus diversity improving, but remains work in progress Morton SchapiroEducation Dive
08.30.2016
In Chicago, preparing teachers for the classrooms that need them mostCarol LeePBS News Hour
08.30.2016
So you like the University of Chicago’s rejection of ‘safe spaces’ for students? Consider this.Morton SchapiroThe Washington Post
08.30.2016
Why nearly 10,000 employees are suing Chipotle Daniel GalvinThe Christian Science Monitor
08.29.2016
Juan Gabriel was Mexico's gay icon — but he never spoke of his sexualityHector CarrilloThe Chicago Tribune
08.29.2016
The Chicago Letter and its aftermathMorton SchapiroInside Higher Education
08.25.2016
Diversity on campus sparks protest? It's a sign of progressMorton SchapiroThe Los Angeles Times
08.22.2016
Will the celebrity factor matter for Clinton or Trump?Craig GarthwaiteUSA Today
08.22.2016
Hospitals see decline in charity care costsCraig GarthwaiteThe Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
08.19.2016
We know we can't be Michael Phelps, so why do we care what brand he wears?Craig GarthwaiteThe Chicago Tribune
08.18.2016
What does social science say about how a female president might lead?Alice EaglyThe Conversation
08.18.2016
If Trump won't pay his bills, will he pay America's? Monica PrasadThe Los Angeles Times
08.18.2016
Childhood abuse linked to worse survival odds for adult womenEdith Chen, Gregory MillerReuters
08.18.2016
Abuse in childhood linked to mortality for women in later lifeEdith Chen, Gregory MillerMedscape
08.18.2016
Child abuse may lead to an early death for womenEdith Chen, Gregory MillerCBS News
08.17.2016
Wireless trade group defends free data plansWilliam RogersonThe Hill
08.17.2016
Doctor launching new ways to educate young men about HIVBrian MustanskiWBEZ
08.17.2016
Child abuse may shorten some women's livesEdith Chen, Gregory MillerHealth Day
08.17.2016
Women who were abused as children are Likely to die earlierEdith Chen, Gregory MillerTime
08.17.2016
Abuse in childhood raises the risk of early death for womenEdith Chen, Gregory MillerNPR
08.16.2016
Deciphering your hospital bill — good luck with that Craig GarthwaiteThe Los Angeles Times
08.15.2016
Oncofertility experts help physicians, patients understand reproductive consequences of cancer treatmentTeresa WoodruffHealio
08.13.2016
Better cultural fit may encourage healthy eatingCynthia LevineMedical News Today
08.12.2016
Trees stop climate change—Can we pay people to stop cutting them down?Seema JayachandranCo.Exist
08.12.2016
How Hillary Clinton is using her taxes as a political weaponMonica PrasadThe Atlantic
08.11.2016
Why China trade hit U.S. workers unexpectedly hardMatthew NotowidigdoThe Wall Street Journal
08.11.2016
Caution flags for tech in classroomsJennifer HeisselNPR
08.07.2016
Baby boomers will want their share of property taxes as they ageDavid FiglioThe Columbus Dispatch
08.06.2016
Fixing the insurance exchangesCraig GarthwaiteModern Healthcare
08.05.2016
Opinion: Get behind CeaseFire to reduce Chicago violenceWesley SkoganThe Chicago Sun-Times
08.02.2016
Barriers to reforming police practicesWesley SkoganThe New York Times
07.29.2016
Space crunch Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Beacon-News (Aurora, IL)
07.28.2016
The Democrats have Meryl Streep, Alicia Keys; GOP has Scott Baio. Does it matter? Craig GarthwaiteDallas Morning News
07.28.2016
July 28, 2016 - Full show - Democratic National Convention CoverageLaurel HarbridgeWTTW-Chicago Tonight
07.27.2016
Schools with gay straight alliances experience less bullying of LGBTQ students & overall, says study, showing how important support systems areBrian MustanskiBustle
07.27.2016
LGBT PTSD, the ADA and disability rights — why it mattersBrian MustanskiThe Huffington Post
07.27.2016
How your ‘pedigree’ prejudices your employerLauren RiveraWBUR (Boston)
07.25.2016
Why people mourn the death of the VCR and other outdated technologyElizabeth GerberThe Washington Post
07.22.2016
Head Start: Paving the way for continued educationLindsay Chase-Lansdale, Teresa Eckrich SommerThe Huffington Post
07.22.2016
Technology doesn’t make people play Pokémon Go in inappropriate places. Rudeness does.Eszter HargittaiThe Washington Post
07.22.2016
Online algebra worse for high-achieving students, study finds Jennifer HeisselEducation Week
07.21.2016
The decline of the American empire and rise of Donald TrumpBenjamin PageThe National Observer
07.21.2016
Can these former felons save Freddie Gray’s violent neighborhood?Wesley SkoganThe Washington Post
07.20.2016
Teen HIV epidemic: CDC finds gay and bisexual males more likely to use drugs, but take same sexual risks as peersBrian MustanskiThe International Business Times
07.20.2016
Calls resume for community policing. What does that actually mean? Wesley SkoganThe Christian Science Monitor
07.19.2016
Going through a breakup? 5 healthy ways to get over itClaudia HaaseHealth and Fitness Cheat Sheet
07.18.2016
Study: Give weak teachers good lesson plans, not professional developmentKirabo JacksonEducation Week
07.18.2016
How good are private schools that take Ohio voucher students? Hard to know David FiglioThe Columbus Dispatch
07.16.2016
Racism, stress, and black deathEmma Adam, Jennifer Richeson, Emily Ross, Katherine EhrlichThe New Yorker
07.16.2016
THE WATCHDOGS: Chicago’s segregated police stationsWesley SkoganThe Chicago Sun-Times
07.14.2016
Did Illinois spend hundreds of millions of dollars giving health insurance to illegal immigrants?Matthew NotowodigdoTampa Bay Times Politifact
07.14.2016
Drug prices still escalating and not stopping any time soonCraig GarthwaiteMarket Place
07.14.2016
Need advice on new education research rules? National board can't help yetLarry HedgesEducation Week
07.14.2016
Chad Aldis commentary: With tweaks, EdChoice will have greater impact David FiglioThe Columbus Dispatch
07.13.2016
Shoe Drop shoe-repair startup buffs up with old-school shines Michael MazzeoThe Chicago Tribune
07.11.2016
Trailblazing women: Claire Calmejane, Director of Innovation, Lloyds Banking GroupAlice EaglyThe Huffington Post
07.11.2016
Is the economy shortening Americans' lives?Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachCBS Money Watch
07.07.2016
How Chicago school construction furthers race and class segregationMary PattilloWBEZ
07.07.2016
Ohio vouchers have mixed impact on student performance, study findsDavid FiglioEducation Week
07.07.2016
Chicago on the BrinkWesley SkoganCity Journal
07.07.2016
Ohio’s voucher students fare worse than public-school peers, study findsDavid FiglioThe Columbus Dispatch
07.06.2016
A cheap, simple experiment just found a very effective way to slow deforestationSeema JayachandranThe Washington Post
06.29.2016
Presidential debates - the medium mattersJames DruckmanPsychology Today
06.29.2016
How you argue could make you sickClaudia HaaseThe Huffington Post
06.27.2016
Christie plan for funding NJ schools widely criticized; Cami Anderson warns of ‘devastating impact’ Kirabo JacksonThe 74
04.25.2016
Can more money fix America's schools?Kirabo JacksonNPR