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Frank Bruni

The New York Times

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  • The New York Times
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  • The Denver Post

Recent articles by Frank:

From Trump, No Respect for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, or the Rules

Once a cheater, always a cheater. → Read More

The Coronavirus May Change College Admissions Forever

A pandemic returns the focus to what matters: education. → Read More

The Coronavirus May Change College Admissions Forever

A pandemic returns the focus to what matters: education. → Read More

Is There Nothing Trump Won’t Say?

Shamelessness meets illogic in a memorable (and endless) speech. → Read More

‘We’re Here and They’re Not’

Could Trump and his convention have been more puerile? → Read More

The Epic Shamelessness of the Republican Convention

Norms are for chumps, not for Trumps. → Read More

Why Biden Needs a Landslide Just to Win

Only a lopsided show of force would overcome undelivered mail, closed polling sites and Trump’s schemes. → Read More

Michelle Obama Showed Us Why These Democrats Are Our Last Best Hope

You can “hate politics,” but you can’t sit out this election. → Read More

The Undertold, Undersold Story of Kamala Harris

As a prosecutor she can make you tremble. But as a trailblazer can she make you cry? → Read More

Kamala Harris Is the Future, So Mike Pence May Well Be History

Biden wants a campaign of contrasts — and to recapture that old 2008 magic. → Read More

Frank Bruni: How to go to college during a pandemic

Hundreds of thousands of undergraduates in America won’t be allowed on their campuses this fall, or the campuses welcoming them will be hollowed-out, locked-down, revelry-leeched shadows of their former selves. What kind of college experience is that? → Read More

Post-Coronavirus, Are Online Colleges Like Minerva the Future?

Students at Minerva spend four years entirely online. Is this the future of higher education? → Read More

The Republicans Who Want to Destroy Trump

Their party’s a lost cause. America isn’t. → Read More

The Republicans Who Want to Destroy Trump

Their party’s a lost cause. America isn’t. → Read More

I’ll Take Biden’s Confusion Over Trump’s Corruption

Let’s not repeat the false equivalence of 2016. → Read More

Nobody Is Protected From President Trump

The simple accessory of a mask tells the story of a presidency and a pandemic. → Read More

'Rodham' Asks: What If Hillary Clinton Never Married Bill?

A new novel hypothesizes a different history — and future — for a trailblazing woman. → Read More

She Predicted the Coronavirus. What Does She Foresee Next?

Laurie Garrett, the prophet of this pandemic, expects years of death and “collective rage.” → Read More

They Didn’t Drink the Bleach, but They’re Still Drinking the Kool-Aid

Is the Republican indulgence of the president bottomless? → Read More

Injections of Bleach? Beams of Light? Trump Is Self-Destructing Before Our Eyes

The notion that he is bound for four more years is pure superstition. → Read More