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Queen's in the News: April 15, 2013

Don Stuart (Law) – The Supreme Court is becoming Charter averse, in the Globe and Mail.

Nick Bala (Law) – Police, prosecutors failing sex-assault cyberbullying victims, in the Globe and Mail and the Nova Scotia Chronicle Herald; Sentencing youths as adults not a simple black and white issue, in the Ottawa Sun.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – North Korea could launch a missile at any time, on CTV News Channel.

John-Kurt Pliniussen (School of Business) – Telecom sector is not quite as uncompetitive as it’s been made out to be, in the National Post; RBC apology a tough sell in a weak economy, in the Toronto Star.

Wendy Craig (Psychology) – A new book helps parents deal with bullying, on Canada AM.

Thomas Dean (Electrical and Computer Engineering) – The Energy Resources Conservation Board’s computers could have been hacked, on the Rutherford Show (Calgary and Edmonton radio).

Judith Davidson (Psychology) – Her new book helps people cure their own insomnia, on CTV Ottawa Morning and the Kingston Whig Standard.

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