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Brian Howey: Pandemic burnout and ‘personal freedom’

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“How are you doing today, Buddy?” the St. Vincent’s intensive care nurse asked me in late November 2019.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Bit by bit, Stephen Sondheim put what matters in life together

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“Be careful the things you say,” wrote Stephen Sondheim, “children will listen.”

Vicki Babcock

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Michael Leppert: The differences between articles, editorials and columns

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In recent weeks, I have had a marked increase in opportunities for discussions with readers of my weekly column.

Leo Morris: ‘Leftover’ memories are precious

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I’m sitting here still eating turkey three days after Thanksgiving and thinking: Leftovers are food nostalgia.

Erin Cataldi: Library can help you get to know your family

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How well do you know your family, or how far back can you trace your family tree?

Norman Knight: Frugal & thrifty — my holiday way

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Today is December, so in my mind, it is the start of the holiday season.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Colleges’ overreliance on adjunct faculty is bad for students, instructors and academic...

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The era of college courses taught mostly by tenured professors, who spend time on research and scholarly pursuits in addition to teaching, has been fading fast.

Michael Hicks: A time to give thanks

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Thanksgiving is upon us again, bringing to mind the pilgrim story.