Letters

Rethinking school discipline

The Boston school system has agreed to revamp its school suspension practices as a part of a settlement of a lawsuit.

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For Saudi prince, apparently there are no rules to break

“If you are the head of a feudal kingdom, even in the 21st century, there is pretty much nothing you can’t do.”

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For outgoing Massport head, a public life well spent

“To the litany of Tom Glynn’s nation-leading accomplishments in public life, your readers should know of one more.”

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Watching the investigation

A reader has a message for the special counsel.

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After tragedy, a hospital apologizes

Readers offer contrasting views on the pursuit of justice and truth in the tragic death of Laura Levis.

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Skip the life-imitates-art approach to Dartmouth’s culture of harassment

“I just wish you would not undercut the seriousness of the problem with the ‘Animal House’ framing.”

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Bulger brothers saga is but one chapter in ongoing story of Mass. corruption

“We still accept many scandals and shadowy practices, great and small, as ‘the way it is.’ ”

The Next Bite: Letters

Dishes of yesteryear, plates of tomorrow

For the Ideas issue on the future of food, readers talk about their changing eating habits.

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Longtime nuclear foe has a ‘Well, maybe . . .’ moment

The Union of Concerned Scientists has opened its mind a bit about nuclear energy, but many readers remain wary.

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After Acosta, White House press corps should, well, become a real corps

“What if [they] decided that each controversial question that was evaded by the president would be picked up by the next reporter?”

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Grateful for the light that cartoonists shed in dark times

“The poet Theodore Roethke wrote, ‘In a dark time, the eye begins to see.’ Dan Wasserman and Ward Sutton help us see.”

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Presumptions of guilt in delay of bishops’ vote

The Vatican’s demand to postpone a vote on accountability has turned up the heat on US bishops.

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Those at the top can’t be bothered with the care needs of the most vulnerable

“Ambitious [officials] see little personal glory and advancement to be gained from investing in the resource-intensive care of the most vulnerable.”

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Any glimpse of middle ground between the two parties?

David Dodson’s op-ed on the lesson of the midterms sparked response from readers.

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GOP lawmaker Lyons’s loss ought to send a clear signal

“It was clear voters . . . were appalled by his pursuit of blatantly ideological policies that are bad for the district.”

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Image speaks volumes about the value of school sports

“Those clear-eyed athletes remind us that school sports is a treasure to value and respect.”

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Bristol County sheriff’s ways cry out for oversight

“Bristol County for Correctional Justice is calling for Sheriff Thomas Hodgson to be investigated and audited.”

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Democrats bidding to boot Pelosi from helm have not made their case

“The fact that Nancy Pelosi has been in a leadership position for 15 years and that people want someone new is no reason to change leaders.”

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Out of the Amazon running (phew)

“I am glad Amazon did not choose our city for its second headquarters.”

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Kavanaugh’s foes stood for principle, not political gamesmanship

“We should demand that pundits stop treating opposition to Kavanaugh as if it were just another political ploy.”

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Trump practices frenemy diplomacy

“Our tactless president is insulting our friends once again.”

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A restaurant critic walks into a Papa Gino’s . . .

Devra First’s front-page review of the struggling pizza chain stirred up debate among readers.

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Trump’s rise kicks open door to spread of nationalism in Europe

Readers shudder at the spread of nationalism abroad in the wake of Donald Trump’s rise.

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Apology in shooting doesn’t go far enough

“By using the passive voice she removes herself and her son from from the event for which they should both be accountable.”

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DeLeo needs to step up on greenhouse gas emissions

“House Speaker Robert DeLeo is supposed to lead, but on climate and energy issues, he obstructs.”