Queen's in the News: March 10, 2014
Andre Juneau (Institute for Intergovernmental Affairs) – An update on the Quebec election, on CTV News Channel.
Judith Davidson (Psychology) – How turning the clocks forward can be a problem for those suffering from insomnia, on CTV News Channel.
Alvaro Morales (School of Medicine) – Testosterone therapy grows amid worries, in the Regina Leader Post, Ottawa Citizen, Windsor Star and the Vancouver Sun.
Cynthia Levine-Rasky (Sociology) - After fleeing persecution in Europe, Roma families who have found peace and a life here are now facing deportation, in the Montreal Gazette.
Garnett Picot (Policy Studies) – Canadians with immigrant backgrounds are almost twice as likely to go to university as students whose parents were born in Canada, in the Windsor Star.
George Perlin (Political Studies) – Is Putin acting like a Nazi or trying to stop Nazism in Crimea, on globalnews.ca.
Jane Kirby (Cultural studies PhD candidate) – Canadians must recognize the root problems behind the disappearances and killings of First Nations women, in the Peterborough Examiner and The Belleville Intelligencer.
Douglas Bland (Policy Studies) – Native protest is a big inconvenience, in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Chris Booth (School of Medicine) – Taking a proactive approach to curing colon cancer, in the Kingston Whig Standard and on the Sun News Network.
Richard Chaykowski (Policy Studies) – How are Canadian unions regaining strength, in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – Libya has attracted the least media attention after the Arab Spring of 2011, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) - Suicide by depressed people isn’t always irrational, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.