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Women rock. Someone tell the Hall of Fame’s voters.

In the nearly 40 years since the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame was established, its inductees remain overwhelmingly white and male.


TikTok isn’t the only social media company threatening national security

The solution, many experts and members of Congress agree, is to strengthen internet privacy protections to prevent the kind of surveillance and data abuse TikTok critics worry about.

Alex Shieh

Gen Z need to know their rights when stopped by police

Young people who are taught their rights become concerned citizens able to hold bad officers to account.

H.D.S. Greenway

The anti-colonial struggle continues on in Ukraine

For most of the world, the struggle against colonialism was the dominant struggle of the last half of the 20th century, not communism.

Vidya Raju

Interpreters are necessary for health equity

All states have passed laws addressing language access, but only a limited number have passed or attempted to pass comprehensive legislation and designated funding for language access.

M. Lee Pelton and Pam Eddinger

Investing in higher education is good for students — and the state

Collective action sends a powerful signal that postsecondary education is a viable path to social and economic mobility for everyone.

Joshua Pederson

ReGronkulous! Bonus bets are a bad bet for Massachusetts.

If you know anything about gambling, you know that the house never loses.


Schools need standards, resources to improve cybersecurity

Recent ransomware attacks against schools in Nantucket and Swansea highlight the growing risk for districts.