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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Mary Ann Sorrentino
How are you — really?
In preparation for surgery, I was given a questionnaire with five simple but probing questions to give the surgical team insight into my psyche. How would Americans answer it?
IDEAS | OMAR VEGA
Photo essay: Returning to a place I’d never been
I inherited my parents', grandparents', and great-grandparents' love of their country — and their sadness over what could have been.
IDEAS | Greg M. Epstein
Half the reason for college is missing now
It’s the most underappreciated problem facing education this fall: the absence of non-academic student activities that give rise to new connections and ideas.
Kindness amidst the coronavirus
She’d been waiting to list her Coachman with RVs4MDs, a volunteer group that matched the RV owners with medical workers in need of temporary housing.
Music to soothe these beastly times
Can Bach and his interpreters save the world?
A grounding remedy for uncertain times
When the uncertainty of this long coronavirus pandemic moment threatens to swamp you, turn for solace to a reliable anchor: the constancy of the natural world.
Navigating a health care crisis under extreme duress and without a map
We keep leaving each family stranded, as if the frightening dependencies of old age and illness are a brand-new individual emergency.
‘I want to fund the post office’
It was like a trumpet rally. “Me, too,” said the man behind her. “Me, too,” said the one behind him. Even the unhappy lady at the end of the line, cooling her high heels, murmured something.
Michael A. Cohen
America the Beautiful
Tuesday's Democratic National Convention created a sentimental, patriotic, and a much-needed reminder of what it is that makes America great.
IDEAS | David Scharfenberg
Aerosmith, the Cars, the Pixies — Boston used to be a rock ’n’ roll capital. Where has all the music gone?
Keeping the musical soul of the city alive is harder than ever.