Queen's in the News: May 13, 2014
Ken Wong (School of Business) – Pop-up shops feed appetite for limited-time buys, in the National Post.
Warren Mabee (Geography, School of Policy Studies) – A new climate report out of the U.S. has dire predictions for weather patterns in the future, a Postmedia chat on Postmedia newspapers across Canada.
Neil Bearse (School of Business) – Netflix speed rankings place Bell first, Rogers last, on cbc.ca.
Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – A discussion on should doctors be permitted to actively end the live of certain severely-impaired newborns, op-ed in the Owen Sound Sun Times.
Nicholas Bala (Law) – Should any part of the Youth Justice Act be changed, on the John Gormely Show NewsTalk 660 (Saskatchewan radio).