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Queen's in the News Archive

Date Text
2007-10-29 10:52:18

Ralph Meyer (Oncology) comments on the rush to get new drugs and treatments to patients in the Globe and Mail.
Peter De Groot (Biology) discusses “fingerprinting” polar bears in an effort to discover how hunting and climate change are affecting their population in a Canadian Press story picked up by the Toronto Star, the Kingston Whig-Standard, the Winnipeg Free Press, the Edmonton Sun and the Hamilton Spectator.

2007-10-26 09:13:28

David Mitchell (VP Advancement) discusses the importance of endowment funds to Canadian universities in the Ottawa Citizen and on Canada.com.
A book by Doug Bland (Policy Studies) on the Canadian Military is highlighted in Maclean’s Magazine.

2007-10-25 09:15:19

Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments on what is believed to be the first “whipped abstention” in parliamentary history in the Globe and Mail.
Doug Bland (Policy Studies) comments on Canada’s military spending in the Toronto Star.

2007-10-24 09:25:30

Reena Kukreja (Women’s Studies) comments on a group of films by Deepa Mehta called 'The Elements Trilogy' in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Comments by Margaret Pappano (English) on the theft and confiscation of Palestinian land for university campus expansions appear in the Palestine Chronicle.

2007-10-23 10:26:07

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.
A book by Bruce Gilley (Political Studies) on China and Chinese politics is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.

2007-10-22 09:40:20

Doug Bland (Policy Studies) comments on the use of the Canadian military in the Arctic North in the Globe and Mail.
David Detomasi's (Business) opinion piece about Ed Stelmach's call for a review of Alberta's energy royalty and tax regime and its impact on Canada is published in the Calgary Herald.

2007-10-19 09:23:07

Comments by Allan Manson (Law) on the new Conservative crime bill appear in the National Post.
Lucie Levesque (Kinesiology and Health Studies) comments on the importance of physical activity in elementary schools in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2007-10-18 09:13:58

Comments by David Mitchell (VP Advancement) on fundraising campaigns in Canadian universities appear in the Globe and Mail.

2007-10-17 08:58:30

David Mitchell (VP Advancement) comments about the Throne Speech in the Globe and Mail.
John Smol (Biology) participates in a panel discussion on whether or not people are paying attention to climate change on CBC-Radio's The Current.

2007-10-16 09:48:02

Janice Deakin (Graduate Studies) comments on the language barriers facing grad students in Canadian university classrooms in the Globe and Mail.
Stuart Pinchin (Admission Services) comments on the importance of high school students highlighting their leadership skills when applying for university in the Globe and Mail.

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