- Can the War on Terrorism Be Won?/Is Our Climate Changing?/Why Do People Seek Asylum? // Library Media Connection;May2009, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p93
The article reviews several books from the Global Questions book series including "Can the War on Terrorism Be Won?," by Alison Jamieson, "Is Our Climate Changing?," by Anne Rooney and "Why Do People Seek Asylum?," by Cath Senker.
- Campaign Finance. Aronin, Miriam // Booklist;6/15/2011, Vol. 107 Issue 19/20, p64
Reviews the book "Campaign Finance" by David Haugen
- 'The Penelopiad': A 2nd opinion on the Odyssey. Powell, Dennis E. // Athens News;10/15/2015, p17
The article reviews Ohio University (OU) Theater Division's "The Penelopiad" performed on October 14-17 and 21-24, 2015 at the Forum Theater, directed by OU theater associate professor David Haugen and choreographed by OU professor emerita of dance Madeleine Scott.
- Indescribable play a jaunty mix of offbeat fun. Smith, Evan Peter // Athens News;10/31/2013, p17
The article reviews the theatrical production "Swimming in the Shallows" directed by David Haugen performed at the Elizabeth Evans Baker Theater in Ohio University's Kantner Hall in Athens, Ohio from October 30, 2013 to November 9, 2013.
- Fall Arts Calendar 2015. // Athens News;9/8/2015, p12
A calendar of events for Ohio from September-November 22, 2015 is presented including the Movement Dance Concert; theatrical performance of "The Penelopiad" directed by David Haugen; and the Halloween show based on the film "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari."
- Should the U.S. Reduce Its Consumption? Engberg, Gillian // Booklist;4/1/2011, Vol. 107 Issue 15, p48
Reviews the book "Should the U.S. Reduce Its Consumption?" by David Haugen
- Media Violence. Engberg, Gillian // Booklist;4/1/2009, Vol. 105 Issue 15, p57
Reviews the book "Media Violence" by David M. Haugen
- Poverty. Mattson, Jennifer // Booklist;10/15/2005, Vol. 102 Issue 4, p61
Reviews the book â€œPoverty,â€ by David M. Haugen, and Matthew J. Box.
- Dark comedy features toddlers in distress. Haney, Rosie // Athens News;10/4/2012, p17
The article previews a dark comedy "Mr. Marmalade" directed by assistant theater professor of Ohio University David Haugen and starring Emma Safford and Becky Markert, performed at the Elizabeth Evans Baker Theater of Ohio University in Ohio in October 2012.