Queen's in the News Archive
Tom Courchene’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about equalization in Canada is published in the Globe and Mail.
David Lyon (Sociology) continues to comment about the federal government’s forthcoming no-fly list, most recently in the Globe and Mail.
Katherine Wynne-Edwards (Biology) comments about how the male body undergoes changes to prepare for parenthood in a CanWest News Services story picked up by the Montreal Gazette, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, and Regina Leader-Post.
David Thomson (Mathematics and Statistics) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about a study that suggests solar activity may be the reason for dropped or interrupted cellphone calls.
Will Kymlicka’s (Philosophy) comments about immigration and multiculturalism are highlighted in the Toronto Star.
Agnes Herzberg and Ram Murty (Mathematics and Statistics) explain why Sudoku is fostering better math skills among Canadians and providing new challenges for academics in pure mathematics in the Toronto Star and Calgary Sun.
Adam Chippindale (Biology) comments in the Globe and Mail about the possibility of humans being able to reproduce without males.
David Lyon (Sociology) comments about potential problems with a forthcoming federal no-fly list in a Canadian press story picked up by the Toronto Star, Edmonton Journal, and Montreal Gazette.
Sudeep Gill (Geriatrics) comments about a study that suggests the use of antipsychotic drugs by seniors with dementia is associated with higher death risks in a Canadian Press story picked up by the Toronto Star.
Jason Pridmore (Sociology) comments in the Windsor Star about geographic social connections made through Facebook.