The Monitor's New Look
BOSTON — Strengthens and clarifies the design
to make the newspaper easier to read
Here's how ...
NEWS IN BRIEF
The news in a nutshell, now with a Business & Finance section and smack on the back page.
THE HOME FORUM
Lively, thoughtful essays, poetry, Kidspace - as always, something for everyone. Now just inside the back page.
WEEKLY FEATURE SECTIONS
Each day's section is now part of the flow of the newspaper's pages and no longer pulls out as a separate section.
By turns provocative, wise, humorous - the voice of others. Now usually facing the editorials.
EDITORIALS AND CARTOON
The Monitor's view of the world, Clay Bennett's wry cartoons, and letters from readers, now near the middle of the paper.
WORLD NEWS PAGES
An expanded report, full of the depth and color of farflung points, as well as the patterns and currents that connect them.
USA NEWS PAGES
A bit more room now for the nation's most significant trends and developments and what they mean.
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A new flag for
a stronger statement of
who we are.
More windows with more
information on what's inside.
An index for better, faster navigating through the newspaper.