Queen's in the News: March 13, 2014
Ken Wong (School of Business) – The General Motors recall involving a faulty ignition switch has spread to Canada, on CBC National and cbc.ca.
John Adams (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – Canada’s military squeezed out of cyber defence, in the Ottawa Citizen.
John Smol (Biology) - Rock Snot infestation possibly caused by climate change, on CHRS Radio (Fredericton).
Danny Lloyd (Electrical Engineering student) – Queen’s Fuel Cell Team competes in Michigan with their zero emission snowmobile, on CBC Radio One.
Nicholas Bala (Law) - How Canadian officials can retrieve Lev Tahor children from Guatemala, on the Cable Public Affairs Channel.