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Queen's in the News: 2006-01-23

Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) predictions for the outcome of today’s election appear in the Globe and Mail.  
Obesity research conducted by Peter Katzmarzyk and Caitlin Mason (Physical and Health Education) continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Toronto Star and Vancouver Sun.  
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about change in the public service if  Conservatives form the new government.
David Skillicorn’s (Computing) program that claims to identify the ‘spin’ in political speeches continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Calgary Herald, Minnesota Public Radio, Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne Age (Australia), Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet to air tonight at 7 pm, CBC Radio National News, and newscientist.com.
Nick Bala’s (Law) recent study on polygamy in Canada is highlighted in a Vancouver Sun editorial.
Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) discusses strategies used by candidates in the final week of the election campaign in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

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