The New York Times


Labor Disenchantment in Ohio Puts Even Veteran Democrats at Risk

April 28, 2022

Dr. Jeff Broxmeyer, an associate professor of political science, discusses union strength, numbers and voting patterns in northwest Ohio.


Road Salt Works. But It’s Also Bad for the Environment.

January 10, 2022

Dr. Bill Hintz, an assistant professor of ecology, discusses his research on how the overuse of road salts to melt winter snow and ice is threatening our health and environment.


Helen Keller and the Problem of ‘Inspiration Porn’

October 22, 2021

Dr. Kim Nielsen, professor of disability studies, history and women’s and gender studies, was cited as a transformative influence on the work of a scholar and performance artist focused on expanding disability culture.


M, F or X? American Passports Will Soon Have Another Option for Gender.

July 1, 2021

Dr. Jami Taylor, professor of political science, discusses the U.S. adding a third gender option on passports. Read: M, F or X? American Passports Will Soon Have Another Option for Gender.


Have a Creepy, Crawly Halloween

October 29, 2020

Dr. Peter Mezo, UToledo associate professor of psychology, explains why snakes, spiders and things that crawl fill so many of us with dread. Read: Have a Creepy, Crawly Halloween


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