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Queen's in the News: September 10, 2013

David Gordon (School of Urban and Regional Planning) – Edmonton’s love affair with suburbs can’t endure, researcher warns, in the Edmonton Journal and The Huffington Post; Kingston’s suburbs growing, Kingston Whig Standard.

Other news

Tiffany Bambrick (Athletics and Recreation) – Sitting in classes is bad for the brain. Here’s why you should run to class, in the Globe and Mail.

Chris Tabor (Campus Bookstore) – Students, instructors forced to seek creative solutions to avoid shelling out big bucks for textbooks, on CNW Group.

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