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Getting older has its advantages and disadvantages. One of the advantages is that having lived a long life, you’ve had an opportunity to see changes in the world around you . . . more
Many of our institutions are failing us, and unless our faith in their competence and fairness is restored, I think we’re doomed. more
As election season heats up, we are once again hearing the same worn-out message parroted by Democrats hoping to get elected. You know it: “I support access to quality, affordable health care.” more
I was thinking of redacting my column in the spirit of the moment. more
Summers are for beaches, barbecues and outdoor concerts. But for Faye, every day of her summers during her college years was spent inside a hot factory . . . more
Being a college trustee for 30 years, I have kept a close eye on trends in the field of higher education. I’m happy to see that many of our institutions are introducing new courses that reflect the changes that are happening. more
Gov. Kathy Hochul recently stood in front of the Long Island Rail Road’s New Hyde Park station to celebrate the arrival of the first train on the LIRR’s much-needed Third Track. more
We don’t know much about him, except that he was 61 years old and he had visited a live animal market in Wuhan, China. more
As the population of Long Island has grown, so has its racial diversity. Not just in neighborhoods, but also in public schools. Today, roughly half of Long Island students are white, a sharp … more
On any given day, the grounds of Village Green Park serves as the usual go-to spot for joggers and dogwalkers. But last week, it transformed into a roaring dance floor as dozens gathered for a night … more
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