Queen's in the News Archive
Jason Laker (Dean and Assoc. VP of Student Affairs) and Jo-Anne Brady (University Registrar) comment on the issue of ‘helicopter parenting’ in the Globe and Mail.
Ken Wong (Business) comments on a new marketing campaign aimed at promoting physical health to young Canadians in the National Post.
Sharryn Aiken (Law) comments on the new security certificate law in the Toronto Star.
Steven Salterio (Business) comments on the effectiveness of the internal controls companies have in place to prevent fraud and ensure the accuracy of financial information in the Globe and Mail, the Vancouver Province, on CBC.ca and Reuters.com.
David Lyon (Sociology) comments on the idea of installing closed-circuit video cameras inside a terrorism suspect's home in the Globe and Mail.
Ralph Meyer (Oncology) comments on the rush to get new drugs and treatments to patients in the Globe and Mail.
David Mitchell (VP Advancement) discusses the importance of endowment funds to Canadian universities in the Ottawa Citizen and on Canada.com.
Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments on what is believed to be the first “whipped abstention” in parliamentary history in the Globe and Mail.
Reena Kukreja (Women’s Studies) comments on a group of films by Deepa Mehta called 'The Elements Trilogy' in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
David Mitchell (VP Advancement) comments on the Conservative government’s use of ‘North Star’ analogies in last week’s Throne Speech in the Globe and Mail.