Humans should know by now the importance of adapting to change.
Dobie: Elk, protests and making change
You can try to change something out of hate, but more often you do it out of love — love for the very thing you want to change.
Dobie: NY has higher flood risk than previously identified
New research found that New York has 2.6 times as many properties at substantial risk of flooding than have been identified by FEMA.
Dobie: New guardians of our galaxy?
Research suggesting other intelligent beings in the Milky Way begs the question: What would they think of us?
Dobie: The reality and promise of change
What will the large and persistent protests in American streets lead to this time?
Dobie: You, too, can flap your wings
It's truly within each one of us not to be afraid to effect change.
Dobie: These souls could tell us how it's done
Perhaps this year's unusual circumstances better match the solemnness of the occasion.
Dobie: The view from here is not so clear
Amid a torrent of mixed signals, it is hard to know how this pandemic ends.
Dobie: Understanding life one piece at a time
COVID-19 shows that our time on this planet is a series of tasks we are trying to finish.
Dobie: When humility reigns over bluster
How successful we are against COVID-19 will depend on how grounded we remain.
Dobie: A Bob Dylan parody for our coronavirus times
Newsday columnist Michael Dobie parodies the classic Bob Dylan song Ballad of a Thin Man to reflect our current environment.