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Queen's in the News: 2006-04-17

Richard Ascough (Religious Studies) comments on the The Da Vinci Code in the National Post, Vancouver Province, Calgary Herald and the Kingston-Whig Standard; on the Jesus Papers in the Globe and Mail and the Ottawa Citizen; and on a CanWest faith survey in the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, The Kingston Whig-Standard, The Calgary Herald and The Windsor Star.Brian Yelland (Chaplain) comments on young offenders and forgiveness in the Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal and The Vancouver Sun.An effort by Ron Anderson (Mechanical Engineering) to improve hockey helmet regulations is highlighted in the Kingston-Whig Standard.Alison Blay-Palmer (Geography) comments on a student effort to study local outlets for locally produced foods in the Belleville IntelligencerKathy Brock (Policy Studies) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard on the framing of the Prime Minister by television cameras in parliament.Doug Reid (Business) comments on fuel prices and airline ticket prices in The London Free Press.Jennifer Kuk (Physical Education) comments on a Queen’s study regarding the dangers of abdominal fat in the Toronto Sun.

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