Queen's in the News Archive
Allison Johnson (Business) comments on marketing methods and the need for consumers to be wary of product advertising in the Calgary Herald.
David Layzell (Biology) discusses the possibility of a network of pipelines in Northern Ontario to transport ethanol and other biofuels in the Toronto Star.
John Pliniussen (Business) comments on cbc.ca about proper format and language in e-mail communication.
Robert Reid (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) comments on the use of chocolate in relieving PMS symptoms in the Globe & Mail.
Doug Bland (Policy Studies) comments on the government’s mid-summer cabinet shuffle in the National Post, the Ottawa Citizen and the Calgary Herald.
Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) discusses the implications of identifying a genetic basis for homosexuality in the Chicago Tribune and The Daily Telegraph.
Will Kymlicka (Philosophy) comments on Canada's human-rights revolution in the 10 years after 1965 in the Globe and Mail.
Mark Walters (Law) comments on the legalities around Aboriginal land claims in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Colin MacDougall (Civil Engineering) continues to comment on the advances in bridge design, most recently on CKWS Television and in Yukon News.
An editorial by Bruce Gilley (Political Studies) in the Globe and Mail suggests Canada’s democracy promotion efforts should begin in China.