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

In Allston, the transit lesson we never learn

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It was bad enough the first time Boston built a whole new neighborhood and forgot about transit.

Dante Ramos

The MBTA’s problem? They’re just too nice

By , Globe Staff

Switching to an electronic payment system doesn’t take a social revolution — it just requires a modest change in customers’ habits.

Brainiac

A disaster remembered, via Google Maps

By , Globe Staff

At first, it sounds like somebody’s idea of dark humor.

DANTE RAMOS

The GOP’s class war: against Harvard, but for the rich

By , Globe Columnist

When government tries to squeeze tens of billions out of anybody, it’s only natural to ask: What for?