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Queen's in the News: 08-August-2005 09:33:27 AM

A column by John Geddes (Medicine) appears in the Whig-Standard describing some of his cultural experiences in the Queen's Family Medicine Development Program in the Balkan Region.

Jacalyn Duffin (History) is quoted in a National Post column about how disease is conceptualized socially and the "medicalization" of everything from baldness to wrinkles to shyness.

Don Stuart (Law) is quoted in a Whig-Standard article about a confusing bylaw enforcement procedure.

Christopher Mueller (Medicine) is mentioned in the Whig-Standard for receiving a grant from the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

Sharryn Aiken (Law) comments in the Toronto Star about the Passenger Protect and a secret no-fly list distributed to airlines as part of a security review by the federal government.

Matt Thompson (Business) comments in the Guelph Mercury about the Zellers chain’s attempt to go up-market with expensive brand names.

Robert Gilbert (Geography) is quoted in the Whig-Standard about his research into the unprecedented collapse of an ice-shelf in Antarctic and a possible rise in global sea levels.

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