Queen's in the News: April 23, 2012
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) -- It would cost a lot of money to turn Kingston Penitentiary into a Museum, in the Globe & Mail; Where will maximum security prisoners go after Kingston Penitentiary closes, in the Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette and several other Postmedia newspapers; the possible transfer of terrorist Omar Khadr to Canada, on the Sun News Network.
George Smith (School of Policy studies) -- Air Canada's labour dispute, in the Globe and Mail, CBC.ca, Ottawa Business Journal and several news websites.
John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) -- Real estate bidding wars, on CTV News Channel.
Scott Johnson (Education) -- York University is a hotbed of political activism, in the National Post.
Pier-Andre Bouchard St-Amant (Economics) – Op-ed on student protestors in Quebec needing to denounce violence, in the Montreal Gazette.
Rob Mackay (Music) -- A concert featuring a hologram-version of dead rapper Tupac Shakur opens a Pandora's Box of ethical issues, in the Toronto Star.
Peter Hennessy (Education) -- Op-ed on the history of Kingston Penitentiary, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Vincent Mosco (Sociology) -- Quebec protests starting to turn violent, on CJAD (Montreal talk radio).
Brian Osborne (Geography) -- Federal government to close Kingston Penitentiary, on CKNW (Vancouver talk radio).