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Queen's in the News: August 15, 2012

Tom Courchene (Economics) – A Parti Quebecois victory could see the party demand new powers from Ottawa, in the Globe and Mail.

Carla Manfredi (PhD English student) – Psychologists discover the books people read can change their attitudes, in the Globe and Mail.

Douglas Bland (School of Policy Studies) – Rumours swirl about who will be the next Canadian Forces chief, in the Winnipeg Free Press, Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald, Halifax Chronicle-Herald, Vancouver Sun, Ottawa Citizen, and many other newspapers and websites.

Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – Google+ launches vanity URLs for select users, in the Toronto Star.

Bobbi Guimond-Morris (Education student), Alyssa General (Education student), Nikki Auten (Education student), Bonnie Jane Maracle (Education) and Sherri Oshoulee (Education) – First Nations students gather for the Aboriginal Teacher Education Program, in the Kingston Whig-Standard and CKWS TV.

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