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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Brainiac

Big Data: Driverless cars and saving lives

By , Globe Staff

67th: That’s where Americans ranked, in a survey of people in 117 countries, in their willingness to save pedestrians’ lives if it means that car passengers die.

DANTE RAMOS

Your home is not your castle. Just ask IKEA

By , Globe Columnist

New research from the furniture giant confirms that not everything we need in life can be found within the four walls of our homes.

Brainiac

Genetic sequencing presents ethical dilemma on Native American ancestry

By , Globe Staff

Many Native American tribes are deeply wary of reconstructing the past via DNA sequencing.

DANTE RAMOS

In higher ed, Trump administration sides with the takers

By , Globe Columnist

Trump lieutenants Betsy DeVos and Mick Mulvaney wage a quiet war against 20-somethings and in favor of the companies and schools trying to squeeze money out of them.