Believe it or not, there are reforms on the horizon that could help some debtors—but it's far from clear if student debt is a priority for Donald Trump or the incoming Republican Congress.
On an all new episode of Dead Set on Life, Matty heads to one of Canada's oldest Jewish communities to explore the kosher food offerings.
I didn't think of myself as a pretend vegetarian lying to my friends. I told myself that I was just a vegetarian who kept having meat accidents with my mouth.
For rape survivors who were failed by the traditional means of justice, social media provides a space to demand that their universities apologize for what happened to them.
VICE News Tonight went to the town of Noble in Oklahoma to see how students, teachers, and parents are dealing with the state's major education cuts.
A new book explores how being a teen in the United States is way harder when your parents are immigrants.
Because dropping hundreds of thousands of dollars on tuition isn't always an option.
"I realized while I was in university that I didn't really want to write about other people; I just wanted to write music."
Squatting drug dealers, filthy kimonos, internet boyfriends, and more.
His message to young people: Don't quit too soon.
There are two narratives about undocumented youth in the United States: criminals, or university-bound valedictorians. So what if you're just a middle-of-the-road undocumented teen?
Free speech advocates got upset that the University of Massachusetts Amherst planned to punish students for using Harambe memes, but the school isn't doing anything of the sort.
Hillary Clinton's proposal to eventually make state college free for everyone whose families make under $125,000 a year could change higher education, but it's more complicated than it appears at first glance.
Seems reasonable considering he read Lord of the Rings at five and started studying calculus at six.
The school is banning liquor at most campus parties for undergrads, but critics argue the ban ducks the real problem: rape culture in America.
In a landmark decision, the feds said graduate students who work as research and teaching assistants should be considered employees.
Forty-four states have laws against hazing, but experts say most of them are symbolic at best.
"I quickly learned that the general aim of each class was to identify something problematic, discuss it, and then refuse to do anything about it."
"There was a time when the university was a place of the mind where you expected academic freedom, where if you graduated from that university you'd actually be an educated person. Those things aren't necessarily true anymore."
The oven-fresh, Italian-flavored objects available from the Xavier University's Pizza ATM will be available for purchase without anyone witnessing your shame, any time, day, or night.
Just a lot of party games, puke, and tucking grown adults into bed.
Bernie Sanders praised the plan in a statement, saying that it will "revolutionize the funding of higher education in America."
Lack of rent never looked better.
"I just can't stomach paying $1,400 to live in a room when I could live in a house for free."