Queen's in the News: August 27, 2012
Thomas Dean (Electrical and Computer Engineering) – Canadian government worries Anonymous hacker group may attack energy firm computers, in Business Week.
Keith Banting (School of Policy Studies) – The Republican Party now sees Canada as a nation of low taxes and balanced budgets, in the Globe and Mail.
Andrew Grant (Political Studies) – Canada forgives $180 million in debt to the Ivory Coast, on CTV News Channel.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Crisis in Syria is spilling over into Lebanon, on CTV News Channel.
Louis Gagnon (School of Business) – Bank of Canada governor tells Canadian businesses to start spending more, in the National Post.
Kim Nossal (School of Policy Studies) – Politicians still debating the proposed $25 billion F-35 fighter jet program, in the Victoria Times Colonist, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald, Regina LeaderPost, and Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
Keith McWhirter (Campus Computer Store) – New technology can help students in the classroom, in the Edmonton Journal and Ottawa Citizen.
Allan Manson (Law) – Double bunking in Canadian prisons is now very common, on CBCNews.ca.
Vincent Mosco (Sociology) – Postmedia News is starting to charge people to read four newspaper websites, on CKNW (Vancouver).
William Morrow (School of Religion) – Proof on the existence of Jesus, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.