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Queen's in the News Archive

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August 12, 2013

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – There is sufficient security available to re-open embassy sites, on CTV News Channel.

John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – Toronto’s condo market is fading, on CTV News Channel.

Ned Franks (Political Studies) – Harper’s Senate favours work experience over academic qualifications, in the National Post.

Wagdy Loza (Psychiatry) – Is Canada doing enough to de-radicalize convicted terrorists, in the Toronto Star.

Allan English (History) – New study says military deployment doesn’t increase suicide risk, in the Ottawa Citizen.

John-Kurt Pliniussen (School of Business) – BlackBerry going private is not a viable option, on globalnews.ca and QR77 (Calgary radio).

Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – The ethics of humanity 2.0, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Robert Engen (PhD history student) - At great cost, Sicily falls and Operation Husky is a success for the Allies, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Louis Delvoie (International and Defence Policy) - Skepticism about Mideast peace talks is probably warranted, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

August 9, 2013

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – Three journalists fight over Bob Rae’s old seat, but politics not always pretty for pundits, in the National Post.

Ned Franks (Political Studies) – Harper’s Senate favours work experience over academic qualifications, in the Vancouver Sun.

Monica LaBarge (School of Business) – Ontario knitter rolls out mobile yarn store, on CBC Radio.

August 8, 2013

Thomas Courchene (Policy Studies) – Ottawa ignores provincial cost differences when doling out equalization payments, in the Globe and Mail.

Wendy Craig (Psychology) – A new cyber-safety act is now in effect in Nova Scotia, on CTV News Channel.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – A foiled al-Qaeda plot could have completely destabilized Yemen, on CTV News Channel;

Nick Bala (Law) – New report focuses on youth centre in Brampton, on CBC Radio’s All in a Day.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – When journalists seek office, things can get interesting, in the Ottawa Citizen, Regina Leader Post, Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald, Vancouver Province, Vancouver Sun and the Edmonton Journal.

August 7, 2013

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – US evacuates Yemeni mission, kills four militants in air strike, in the Globe and Mail; US embassies in the Middle East are facing threats, on the Sun News Network.

Tracy Ware (English) – What is happening to Canadian literature, in the Vancouver Tyee.

Ken Wong (School of Business) - Online trolls goading commenters into angry off-topic dialogue, in the Toronto Star.

Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – Hate mail to lesbians was a test for Kingston, and it passed, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

August 6, 2013

David Murakami Wood (Sociology) – Is the United Kingdom becoming more of a surveillance society, on BBC Radio.

Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) – Federal parties eyeing First Nations voters, in National Post, Saskatoon Star Phoenix and the Regina Leader Post; Can a 13 point aboriginal declaration serve as a real roadmap for Idle No More’s demands, in the National Post, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal and a number of other national daily newspapers.

Ned Franks (Political Studies) – Harper government’s dubious bid to bypass provinces in Senate reform gets cool reception, in the National Post; Experts insist Senate reform requires provincial consent, in the Regina Leader Post.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – The United States is closing a number of embassies across the Middle East, on CTV News Channel and the Sun News Network.

Ceren Kolsarici (School of Business) – Wooing the digital generation is key to cosmetic company’s future, in the National Post, Saskatoon Star Phoenix and the Vancouver Sun.

Ken Wong (School of Business) – Canadians search for Super Bowl ads more than anyone else on earth, in the Calgary Herald, Vancouver Province, Vancouver Sun, Ottawa Citizen and a number of other national daily newspapers.

Wendy Craig (Psychology) – Expert applauds provincial premiers’ announcement of having bullying added to the Criminal Code, in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Robert Engen (PhD History student) – A Queen’s University man goes to war, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) - Nobel prizes, economic freedom, the death penalty and a simple-minded approach to gun control, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

John-Kurt Pliniussen (School of Business) – Verizon Wireless may soon be arriving in Canada, on Newstalk 650 (Saskatoon radio) and Newstalk 980 (Regina radio).

August 2, 2013

Kate Johnson (Chaplain) – First woman chaplain hired at Queen’s University, on CBC’s Ontario Morning.

Phil Giurlando (Political Studies) – Will the former Italian leader Silvio Berlusconi get any special treatment, on CTV News Channel.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – John Kerry makes an unannounced visit to Pakistan, on Sun News’ Newswire.

Warren Mabee (School of Policy Studies) – New pipe project a step toward fulfilling Harper’s dream of an energy legacy, in Maclean’s Magazine, Huffington Post, Penticton Herald, Brandon Sun, Kelowna Daily Courier and a number of other national daily newspapers.

Ned Franks (Political Studies) – Tinkering with the Senate is no easy task, on the Sun News Network.

Justin Kerr (International Centre) – Foreign students are having difficulty getting student visas, on CKWS Television.

August 1, 2013

Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Students) – Facebook competes long road back from IPO debacle, in the Toronto Star.

John-Kurt Pliniussen (School of Business) – New ad against Verizon exposes Canadian telecom companies’ worries, on globalnews.ca.

Justin Kerr (International Centre) – Foreign students left waiting for visas, in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – An internal RCMP memo states the US doesn’t want its police officers to be bound by or held accountable under Canadian laws when the cross-border policing pilot project begins, on CBC Radio syndication.

July 31, 2013

Ian McKay (History) – Critics accuse the Conservative Part of politicizing history as national museum mandates change, in the National Post.

Houchang Hassan-Yari (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – Can Israel and Palestine reach a peace deal, on CTV News Channel.

John-Kurt Pliniussen (School of Business) – Blackberry releasing Q5 in Canada makes no sense, on globalnews.ca.

July 30, 2013

Meredith Chivers (Psychology) – Does anyone know what women want in bed, in the US News and World Report.

Ceren Kolsarici (School of Business) – What does HBC buying Saks mean for each company, on CBC’s The National, Global National, Toronto Star and cbc.ca.

Kate Johnson (Chaplain) – Queen’s welcomes first female chaplain, in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Jill Scott (Languages, Literatures and Cultures) – A new language program is launching at Queen’s in the fall, on CKWS Television.

July 29, 2013

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Canadian suspect named in deadly Bulgarian bus bombing, on CTV News Channel.

Andre Juneau (Institute of Intergovernmental Relations) – Premiers call for new safety rules after recent train derailment in Lac-Megantic, on CTV News Channel.

Ian McKay (History) – How Stephen Harper is rewriting history, in Maclean’s Magazine.

Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – Get Off My Internets monitors the blogosphere, in Maclean’s Magazine.

Robert Engen (PhD History student) – It was a decisive victory and an Axis retreat in the Second World War, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – The backlash against Islamism, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

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