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A salute to state’s flagship public university, and call for more support

I received an excellent education at a low cost. What has been second rate is the public funding UMass has received in comparison with state universities in the Midwest and the West.

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Workplace innovation could be two steps forward if there are no steps back

One hopes companies do not take advantage of the technology for their own benefit by increasing the workload per employee to the same level of exhaustion as was achieved previously.

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President Biden rode on a bike, had not-such-a-great fall

His foot got stuck in the pedal’s toe cage — certainly not the bike accessory for a 79-year-old. Is nobody looking out for this man?

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The case against Trump builds

If you live in fear, telling the truth is dangerous. The way people can win elections is not by promising positive policies but rather by making voters fearful too.

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The thing about Putin: It’s not the 1930s anymore

The Russian president has suggested that in a war with NATO, he might use nuclear weapons. This is blackmail, pure and simple.

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Roadmap from critics of Israel sends chill through Jewish community

Regardless of our differences on Israeli policies, threats to Jewish life in the United States posed by those who created the Mapping Project should unite us in our support for the state of Israel as a refuge from this type of antisemitism.

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Once again, from the top: You’re a banned old flag

A reader weighs in on the flap over Worcester Bishop Robert J. McManus's rejection of the Nativity School of Worcester's flags.

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Adventures, and success stories, from the hunt for primary care

Nurse practitioners are the ideal primary care providers. We have extensive education, treat the "whole patient," refer as needed to physicians and specialists, and consistently rate higher than physicians in quality of care.