Queen's in the News: March 11, 2013
Robert Dennis (PhD History student) – The Vatican starts its conclave on Tuesday to select a new pope, on CTV News Channel.
Grant Amyot (Political Studies) – Ex-Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi sentenced to one-year in jail, on CTV News Channel.
Phil Giurlando (PhD Political Studies student) – Ex-Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi sentenced to one-year in jail, on CTV News Channel an in La Presse (Quebec newspaper).
Doug Bland (School of Policy Studies) – Canadian training mission in Kabul estimated at $522 million, in the Calgary Herald, Vancouver Sun, Montreal Gazette and several other news websites across Canada.
Ben Kutsyuruba (Education) – High school teacher who handed out list of tasteless jokes to students has been fired, in the Toronto Star.
Grace Jaramillo (PhD Political Studies student) – The future of Venezuela after the death of president Hugo Chavez, on TVO's The Agenda With Steve Paikin.
Sarita Srivastava (Sociology) – Diversity in the media, on TVO's The Agenda With Steve Paikin.
Michael Wong (School of Computing student) – Starting a business can be a great opportunity for a student, op-ed in the Waterloo Record.
Judith Davidson (Psychology) – Daylight Saving Time is tough for insomniacs, on CBC Radio Thunder Bay and CKNW (Vancouver radio).
Helen Driver (School of Medicine) – Daylight Saving Time is tough for insomniacs, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).
Robb Mackay (School of Music) – The legacy of musician Stompin’ Tom Connors, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).
Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – Budget cuts for Department of Foreign Affairs are hurting Canada's international foreign policy effectiveness, op-ed in the Kingston Whig-Standard.