Deputy Managing Editor/Ideas

Dante Ramos

Ramos is the editor of the Ideas section. He also writes a regular opinion column. He previously served as deputy editorial page editor, and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2014 for his editorials on how a buttoned-down culture limits Boston’s vitality. He came to the Globe in 2006 from The Times-Picayune in New Orleans.

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DANTE RAMOS

The budget battle of the high school cliques

By , Globe Columnist

President Trump’s budget is akin to telling the football squad or the ruthless Heathers from “Heathers” that they’re back in charge. Sorry, science club and theater kids.

DANTE RAMOS

A world-class city, five days a week

By , Globe Columnist

MBTA officials may cut weekend commuter rail, but what’s the larger vision?

DANTE RAMOS

Why does the parking-industrial complex keep getting its demands met?

By , Globe Columnist

Boston is urging residents to walk, bike, or take transit. But in the Seaport, signs point the other way.

DANTE RAMOS

Ben Carson, housing savant?

By , Globe Columnist

President Trump’s much-maligned housing secretary gets one big issue right, but can he do anything about it?