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Queen's in the News: July 13, 2012

Nicholas Diamant (School of Medicine) – Scientific rigour needs to be applied in regards to wind turbines, in the Globe and Mail.

Jeff Dixon (School of Business) – The life and death of a company town in Saskatoon, in the Globe and Mail.

Robb MacKay (Music) – The Rolling Stones are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their first concert, on Global TV National.

Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – Smartphone apps take online dating on the go, in the National Post.

Ugurhan Berkok (Economics) – The federal government has cancelled an $800 million truck competition, on the CBC Radio national news.

Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – The Syrian ambassador to Iraq has defected, on the CTV News Channel.

Laura Murray (English) – Copyright law a win for consumer, educators and telecoms, in the Toronto Star and on CKNW (Vancouver radio).

Vincent Mosco (Sociology) – Quebec student protest leaders tour Ontario, in the Toronto Star, Global Montreal, Global Winnipeg, Global Edmonton, Winnipeg Free Press and a number of other online news sites.

Peter Hodson (Biology) – Wildlife slicked with oil after spill near Red Deer, in the Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald, Global Edmonton and Global Calgary.

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