NIU mentions in the news media

The story of a headless pedophile in Aurora was fake. But don't feel too bad if you fell for it.
Aurora Beacon News, September 14, 2018

11 facts about flirting that single — and married — people should know, September 04, 2018

Enjoy kink? Here's how to handle the 'drop' you may feel after you play, August 30, 2018

First time sharing a room? Here's how to survive cohabitation in college
Chicago Tribune, August 28, 2018

Depression in pregnancy may alter babies' brains
Reuters, August 27, 2018

Glenbard South 'band geek' ends up on big Chicago, New York stages
The Daily Herald, August 23, 2018

An Expert's Guide to Knowing If You Should Make Up or Break Up
Cosmopolitan, August 20, 2018

6 Ways to Cope When Your Crush is Taken, August 13, 2018

Save or Restore
New Zealand Geographic, August 13, 2018

Professor Explains How to Prevent Puerto Rico Hurricane Disaster Recurrence
Sputnik News, August 11, 2018

The Hype Over Sensory Deprivation Tanks Is Real. Here’s Why
Men's Journal, August 06, 2018

Could Robots Have Similar Rights to Animals or Humans?
WGN Radio, July 31, 2018

Following disturbance, most waterways improve but don't fully recover within the study period, researchers found
Phys.Org, July 27, 2018

Inside Incels’ Looksmaxing Obsession: Penis Stretching, Skull Implants And Rage
Huffington Post, July 24, 2018

Pizza Physics: Why Brick Ovens Bake the Perfect Italian-Style Pie
WBEZ, July 23, 2018

Here Are 16 Psychological Tricks to Immediately Make You More Likeable
Science Alert, July 21, 2018

How to Actually Tell if You Should Break Up or Not
Cosmopolitan, July 18, 2018

All the Possible Reasons Justin Isn't Following Hailey on Instagram
Cosmopolitan, July 12, 2018

Kennedy Off the Bench But Still on the Job
Bloomberg, July 12, 2018

How Rats Remake Coral Reefs
The Atlantic, July 11, 2018

Bird poop helps keep coral reefs healthy, but rats are messing that up
Science News, July 11, 2018

David J. Gunkel – Author of "Gaming the System" and "Robot Rights"
Future Tech podcast, July 09, 2018

How to Tell If You're Jumping Into a New Relationship Too Soon
Cosmopolitan, July 09, 2018

Georgia colleges returning to liberal arts
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 05, 2018

Justices are supposed to be above partisan politics. They aren't, even in retirement
LA Times, June 29, 2018

Too Early To Tell How Net Neutrality Repeal Will Affect Your Internet
WBBM Radio, June 23, 2018

We Need To Talk About How We Deal With Sexual Rejection
The Huffington Post, June 22, 2018

How hail – of all shapes and sizes – forms, falls from sky
The Weather Network, June 22, 2018

Inside the Trump-Kim Summit
Legal Talk Network, June 22, 2018

How To Talk About Immigration and Family Separation, According To The Pros
Bustle, June 20, 2018

A brief history of LGBTQ students and proms
Windy City Times, June 20, 2018

Approaching Patients with Diabetes from a Behavioral Perspective
Windy City Times, June 18, 2018

The West Antarctic Ice Sheet Seems to Be Good at Collapsing
National Geographic, June 13, 2018

Taming tornadoes at the nanoscale
Argonne National Laboratory, June 12, 2018

Mothers Play Important Role in Recovery From Mental Illness
MedicineNe, June 09, 2018

Illinois lawmakers urge Congress to make Chicago nation's 51st state, June 08, 2018

The Race to Recover South America’s Ancient Past
Sapiens, June 08, 2018

Geology Professor Paul Stoddard: The island grows and grows and grows after eruption after eruption
WGN Radio, June 06, 2018

Kinky Sex Could Be the Secret to Your Success
Harper’s Bazaar , June 05, 2018

Five years ago, four of their own died in the monster El Reno tornado. But storm chasers have declined to back away
The Washington Post, May 31, 2018

Saving the rainforest
The MidWeek, May 16, 2018

Batavia professor, Guggenheim Fellow says history comes down on side of immigration
Beacon-News, May 15, 2018

NIU Geology Professor Paul Stoddard: It’s possible that another Hawaiian island will form
WGN Radio, May 10, 2018

How to Tell If You’re Talking to a Robot
Motherboard, May 10, 2018

Congressional Town Halls: Old-Fashioned and Inefficient or Vital to the Fabric of Democracy?
Politics of Hope, May 07, 2018

Brain science to benefit from unexpected windfall in research funds
Spectrum, May 03, 2018

NIU professor hopes to give you weeks to prepare for tornadoes, hail
Daily Herald, May 03, 2018

Island Lizards Shift to Evolutionary Fast-Track after Invasive Goats and Rats Are Eradicated
Scientific American , April 30, 2018

Professor David Gunkel with Shalom Klein on Get Down To Business
Get Down to Business Podcast, April 29, 2018

Detecting Tornadoes Early
WBBM Radio, April 28, 2018

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