Associate Editor

Dante Ramos

Ramos is a columnist on the Op-Ed page. He previously served as deputy editorial page editor and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2014 for his editorials on how cultural restrictions limit Boston’s economic vitality. Before joining the Globe in 2006, he was a reporter, opinion writer, and editor at The Times-Picayune in New Orleans.

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DANTE RAMOS

After shooting of Boston police officer, video keeps the peace

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Intentionally or not, Police Commissioner Evans set a precedent by sharing surveillance footage with African-American civic leaders.

DANTE RAMOS

Yik Yak schools college administrations on some truths

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If gossip apps have a best and highest use, it lies in giving voice to dissent in situations when lock-step conformity is expected.

DANTE RAMOS

It takes a ‘millennial’ village to get cheap housing in Boston

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At heart, “millennial villages” are a freshened-up version of age-old forms of inexpensive, space-efficient housing.

DANTE RAMOS

Melting snow exposes hard lessons for Boston

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Even when it’s just bad luck, a run of lousy weather can tell us something about ourselves.