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UMass Lowell is already leading in tech education

“UMass Lowell graduates are sought by industry, thanks to co-ops, internships, and research opportunities.” — Chancellor Jacqueline F. Moloney

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Is there no room for arts and culture in the box?

“I was disappointed by the absence of any reference to arts and culture, whether as a challenge or an opportunity, or simply as speculation.” — Ron Mallis

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A better sales pitch would have accentuated the positive

“If the Globe really wants Amazon to choose Boston, you should be highlighting all the positives the city can offer, not playing up the negatives.” — Matthew Collins

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Cost concerns, nostalgia are not reason enough to boost building with wood

“There’s no substitute for the strength provided by concrete and steel-framing.” — Craig Dauphinais

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Thoughts of ‘Morgan Magic,’ as Sox give Farrell the ax

“I remarked to him that it must be a challenge to deal with Major League players. He replied, ‘You have no idea.’ ” — Steven Arcanti

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Normalization of childhood sex in Mass. crime bill is shocking

“How can sex between two children be presented in any way, shape, or form as normal?” — Dr. Paula McEvoy

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Take it from fertility specialist: Birth control plays key role in clinical care

“The development of safe, reliable birth control was a monumental medical advance.” — Dr. Mary E. Sabatini

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At the altar of wealth and celebrity, predators get a lofty seat

“Will the rich and famous stop complying with and covering for monsters like Harvey Weinstein — both in business and politics?” — Michel L. Spitzer

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The Weinstein saga: What took so long?

The headline “should have been ‘After Weinstein, it’s way past the time for introspection.’ ” — Maxine Dolle

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Renewed debate over contraceptive coverage

Jeff Jacoby’s column on birth control coverage generated stern response.

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If no man is an island, it follows that no neighborhood should be a beach hog

“No one should own the shore. Private land should end at the high-tide mark.” — Tina Shinnick

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An array of bias

“Why . . . would your illustration showing 25 profiles include only one of a person apparently of African descent?” — Posy Walton

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Just saying ‘single payer’ starts a conversation

The Democrats’ discussion of single-payer health care is stirring debate across the political spectrum.

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Monorail’s time has come, says one who pitched idea over a decade ago

There could “be plenty of demand for a fast, one-seat ride between the Seaport and our two main train stations.” — Edward J. Corcoran

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Times do change, but Dr. Seuss still aces the test of time

“These are all well-written books that have captivated kids for decades.” — Jim St. Clair

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‘Almost unanimous’ applause for Farrell firing? Here’s a voice from the ‘almost’ column

“We are saddened by a decision to get rid of a good manager and good man who has led the team to a World Series championship and three division titles in five years.” — Mike Scott

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Pacheco Law helps taxpayers know how their money is spent

“The proper checks and balances must be in place when we explore the privatization of our state services.” — Senator Marc R. Pacheco

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Detente in war on coal reignites clean-energy battle

Readers are riled by the Trump administration’s move to repeal the Clean Power Plan.

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When it comes to traffic control, there’s no difference between roundabouts and rotaries

Readers respond to “Mass. comes around: roundabouts are gaining favor over rotaries.”

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A new Boston Tea Party would ‘dump’ fossil fuels

“The goal for our society should be 100 percent clean energy, as soon as possible.” — Mary Memmott

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‘Service dogs’ that matter and ‘emotional support animals’ that matter less

“I think it’s important to remember that many disabilities are not physically obvious.” — Claire DeVore

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Finding appropriate ‘context’ for Dr. Seuss

“If ‘context’ can’t be found in a museum dedicated to the life and works of Mr. Geisel, exactly where can it be found?” — Denis King

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Mike Pence could have talked to players at NFL game

“Imagine if . . . Vice President Pence went down to meet with the players and asked what their concerns were and how he could help.” — Don Carlson

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Mass. tackles criminal justice reform

The state Senate has introduced a broad measure aimed at reducing the number of people caught in the criminal justice system.

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Green electricity plan calls for outreach to communities it serves

“The responsibility of the municipality and the grass-roots community is to put in place a vigorous outreach and education program.” — Halina Brown