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College coaches too powerful

What ever happened to the notion that schools should be about educating kids not training athletes?

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US Attorney should focus on real tragedies

Illegal guns, drugs, human sex trafficking should get more of law enforcement’s attention than college admission scandals.

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Fairness should count in election system

With foreign manipulation a factor in presidential contests, it makes sense to alot electoral votes within states by percentage won.

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Where are those centrist Democrats?

Can our kids saddled with the national debt and “The Silent Majority” please speak up before the 2020 election.

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Teens simply not ready for the vote

It truly is adult cares about work and family that prepared people to deserve the vote. Passion just isn’t enough.

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Pharmacists can help in fighting addiction

Rhode Island pilot project should provide a national model for helping to stem the opioid crisis using the corner pharmacy.

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Elizabeth Warren’s old wine in new tech bottles

Senator’s plan to break up big tech companies an idea as old as the break up of Standard Oil and Ma Bell.

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Med school bullying takes a new form

Today’s doctors face the twin stresses of dealing with computer screens and making money when they just want to heal patients.

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Training for docs not getting easier

Cap on hours doesn’t begin to address the stress level for medical students and residents under constant pressure from higher ups.

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In addiction recovery, the priority is survival

“Helping patients to survive is the most urgent priority.”

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We row boats, not ‘crew’

“As both a former rower and former journalist, I implore the Globe to cease referring to rowers in any future coverage of the sport . . . as people who ‘row crew.’ ”

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How did sports become a dominating feature of higher ed?

“Throughout my career, I’ve been perplexed at the anomaly among nations of American higher education’s tight weld to team sports.”

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The role of faith in treating addiction

“All the clients I have worked with seek help beyond a pill.”

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‘Left’ and ‘moderate’ don’t describe anything

“Scot Lehigh’s column on two Democratic representatives that he considers “leftist” was a perfect demonstration of why so much political discourse in the United States today is so unproductive.”

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‘Old Enough To Know Better’

Readers weigh in on Linda Rodriguez McRobbie’s “Old Enough To Know Better” (Ideas, March 10).

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Talking about teen voting

Globe readers had a thing or two to say about a column critical of proposals to lower the voting age to 16.

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Electoral College an anachronism

It’s high time for this full-fledged democracy to elect its president and vice president by popular vote.

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UMass online but off base

State’s abundance of public colleges and universities already a burden to taxpayers and in need of pruning.

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Welfare cap on kids needs to go

This penalizing and moralistic limit on family income means added stress for already stressed parents with young children.

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Sunshine needed on BPS search

Process for finding the next superintendent should avoid perception of undue influence by those funding it.

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A new spin on ‘giving it the old college try’

The far-reaching college admissions scandal has raised countless questions from Globe readers.

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Fashion standouts or cardboard cutouts?

“The findings that hipsters all look pretty much alike isn’t surprising.”

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Before cutting cable cord, think of the impact on local access stations

“Local community media stations such as CCTV are often the only place that cable subscribers can find truly local media.”

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Migrants’ misery is a problem of our own creation

A Globe editorial rightly calls for aid to Central America. Readers say it’s the least our country can do for the region.

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The Metco option, laudable though it is, underscores an age-old inequity

“The notion that we’ve allowed the BPS to remain something from which its parents and students apply to escape is incomprehensible.”