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Degrees of difficulty in Mount Ida deal

Debate continues to swirl over the UMass Amherst plan to acquire Mount Ida College.

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In work with Alzheimer’s community, he’s seen people at their best

“Words like grace and hope don’t come to mind when we think of Alzheimer’s disease.”

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Harsh light on Cambridge police response

The police response to an incident in Cambridge has drawn rebuke and calls for scrutiny.

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Most vulnerable among us should be just that — among us, not shunted away

“We are all too familiar with neighborhood after neighborhood blocking efforts to build these essential facilities.”

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It will take respect, honor to restore our civility

“We forgot the simple rules we learned in kindergarten: respect others, get along, and work together.”

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Comey gets sucked into the swamp

“Erstwhile former FBI director James Comey has slipped into the slime that envelops Donald Trump.”

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Thoughts on FBI’s inner workings are nothing but speculation

“What public good does it serve to give prominence to an opinion that has no basis in fact?”

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Walsh’s push to rebuild Long Island Bridge couldn’t be more welcome

“Today, a Boston nonprofit seeking affordable and accessible housing stock for a recovery center faces daunting financial and community obstacles.”

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Is reverence a thing of the past for the Globe?

“I was surprised and offended by the Globe’s publication of ‘Jesus’ as an expletive in an otherwise interesting front-page article.”

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Her father was on to something in prevention of hair loss from cancer treatment

“Though on a harsh chemotherapy regimen, my mother lost practically none of her hair, a blessing to her.”

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In his sharp take on Trump, Comey gets snagged too

James Comey’s new book throws a harsh light on Donald Trump — a harsh light that also has Comey in its glow.

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At a key moment in the Marathon, the live coverage blinked

“WBZ seemed to have fallen victim to a nationalistic bias, favoring the American win to the exclusion of the Japanese.”

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Fresh-food program’s success cannot be its downfall

“What we really need is a long-term funding solution.”

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US push for Mass. wind power meets a current of resistance

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the Trump administration back an all-of-the-above energy policy.

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Baker lags in boosting public education

“On the critical issue of public education, Governor Baker’s inaction is more than annoying.”

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Mass. lawmakers could lead in boosting a bank for infrastructure

“A potent new addition to current financing sources is now under consideration in the Legislature.”

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It’s leadership void, not social ills, that besets Northern Ireland the most

“The primary impediment [is] the absence of political courage and leadership, particularly on the part of the ruling unionists.”

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Before linking Blue, Red lines, extend the T to Lynn

“Wonderland in Revere is one city away from Lynn, yet some of us here need to take multiple buses to get to the Blue Line.”

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‘Our Bodies, Ourselves’ will go on, in print and other forms

“The organization’s critical advocacy work will continue.”

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As alcohol study shows, public loses when industry funds research

“Private industry funding of scientific research in general has increased significantly, giving rise to numerous potential conflicts.”

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The road ahead in fuel efficiency

As the Trump administration plans to roll back goals for saving gas, readers see a range of factors to explore.

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‘We’ve got it, Tom — you’re sorry. How about it readers — what say you?’

Tom Ashbrook seeks redemption. Readers are mixed.

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Can’t a golf champ just be a golf champ?

Readers disagreed with Kevin Cullen’s critical take on the Masters coverage.

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The well-to-do are turning colleges into dens of inequity

“The Globe at least should be challenging the return to classism in higher education.”

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HIV outbreak in Mass. highlights need for safe injection sites

“Massachusetts needs to step up and offer this life-saving intervention to people who use drugs.”