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Queen's in the News: February 25, 2013

Lois Shepherd (Pathology & Molecular Medicine) – Centres are opening in Canada that will pay people for donating plasma, on CBC TV’s The National and cbc.ca.

Raymond de Souza (Catholic Chaplain) – Federal government creates the Office of Religious Freedom, in the Globe and Mail.

Ken Wong (School of Business) – Target revs up marketing assault, in National Post, Edmonton Journal, Regina Leader Post, Montreal Gazette and Ottawa Citizen.

David Skillicorn (School of Computing) – President Obama announces plan to stop Chinese cyber-attacks, on CTV News Channel.

Trevor Strong (Education student) – Windsor teachers are in trouble for playing a prank on students, on CTV News Channel.

Naomi Alboim (School of Policy Studies) – Canada’s immigration history is one of discrimination and exclusion, in the Toronto Star.

Stanley Sadinsky (Law) – Ontario hopes to generate $100 million in profit every year from online gambling, in the Ottawa Sun, Welland Tribune, Barrie Examiner, Haliburton Echo, Kingston Whig Standard and a number of other daily newspapers.

Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media studies) – Harlem Shake YouTube videos are a hot trend, in the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal.

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