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Queen's in the News: April 29, 2013

Nick Bala (Law) – The federal government is looking to reform cyber bullying laws, on Radio Canada International.

Vincent Mosco (Sociology) – Investors get a lesson in the power of social media, in the Globe and Mail.

Robert Wolfe (Policy Studies) – U.S. Congressman stands up against proposed border toll, in the Globe and Mail.

Fiona Kay (Sociology) – Women still leaving law at a higher rate than men, in the National Post.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – What needs to be done as a society to prevent terror attacks, on CTV News Channel.

Stan Brown (Chemistry) – What sarin gas does to the human body, on CTV News Channel.

Wendy Craig (Psychology) – Changes are coming to cyber bullying laws, on CTV News Channel.

Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – A dying woman travelled to Switzerland to commit doctor-assisted suicide, on CTV News Channel.

Naomi Alboim (Policy Studies) – Jason Kenney has become the chief headhunter for business, in the Toronto Star.

Tandy Thomas (School of Business) – How does increasing consumer demand for affordable products affect the balance of business ethics in developing countries, on Newstalk 1010 (Toronto radio), CJOB (Winnipeg radio) and CKTB (Niagara radio).

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