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Where are the women? Like many campuses, Penn’s buildings mostly honor men | Opinion

As a student at Penn, my physical surroundings are constant reminders of the power men have had throughout history.


Second Democratic primary debate: Responses from across the web to night two | Opinion

What did cartoonists and viewers think of the second night of the Democratic presidential debate number two?


Second Democratic Primary Debate: Responses from across the web to night one | Opinion

What did viewers think of the first night of the second Democratic presidential debate?


Another week of mass shootings: Editorial boards respond to Gilroy Garlic shooting and others nationwide | Opinion

A continuing wave of gun violence has prompted the editorial boards of newspapers around the country — including the Inquirer’s — to respond.


Robert Mueller testimony, as seen through the eyes of editorial cartoonists | Opinion

Cartoonists react to Robert Mueller's testimony about Russian interference in the 2016 election.


Why Puerto Ricans like me will continue standing against corrupt politicians | Opinion

Puerto Ricans are tired of the Island's political turmoil. Now, we're channeling our frustration into protest.


Why Megan Rapinoe will not stop giving American women hope | Opinion

Megan Rapinoe is exactly the person we need to show how women can defy the systems limiting us and inspire other women to be fearless in expressing our opinions.


Megan Rapinoe: Reactions from cartoonists to U.S. World Cup victory | Opinion

Cartoonists have responded to Rapinoe’s World Cup final goal, refusal to go to the White House, and ongoing feud with President Trump.


Trump and Kim meet in Korea: Reactions from cartoonists | Opinion

Cartoonists respond to Trump's and Kim's meeting in the demilitarized zone between North Korea and South Korea.

When did you feel the most patriotic? Philadelphians from age 19 to 93 share stories | Perspective

To learn more about how Philadelphians feel about patriotism, The Inquirer rode the Market-Frankford line from end to end, asking people to share the last time they felt patriotic.