Queen's in the News: April 26, 2012
John Smol (Biology) and Chris Grooms (PEARL) – Pile of bird poop leads to discovery about declining chimney swift bird population, in Bangor Daily News (Maine).
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Social unrest in Bahrain, on CTV News Channel.
David Murakami Wood (Sociology) – Do anonymous, on-line comments go too far, on CBC Radio's Ontario Today.
Ron Peterson (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) – U.S. company announces plans to try mining an asteroid, on CBC Radio’s World at Six.
Harry McCaughey (Geography) – Kingston’s air quality levels slightly below average, in the Kingston Whig-Standard