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Queen's in the News: 11-October-2005 09:25:49 AM

Elaine Power’s (Physical and Health Education) opinion piece about food as a symbol of belonging appears in the Toronto Star.

Professor emeritus Robert Pike (Sociology) comments in a Toronto Star story about global communications.

Sharynn Aiken (Law) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about how new global security measures are affecting immigration. The story is also covered in the London Free Press, Edmonton Journal and Victoria Times-Colonist.

Robert Reid (OB & GYN) discusses Queen's Internet sex site, sexualityandu.ca, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

David Skillicorn’s (Computing) new e-mail surveillance technique that decodes unusual word patterns is highlighted in Canadian Business.

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