Classes were cancelled at the college Thursday after a man opened fire in a campus library, wounding three people before being shot to death by the cops.
Nov 11, 2014
Past mistakes shouldn't make it impossible to pursue an education.
For the past year or so I've been preparing for my exams at Yale. Through all that time, it seemed like every free moment was filled with reading.
With help from the Pentagon, colleges across the United States are buying military-grade weapons, and putting campuses into perpetual lockdown.
Modern schools are like prisons, stifling children's creativity and destroying their will to learn. This 19-year-old, who's already written two books on the subject, says we should get rid of them.
I smoked out my friend's neighbor, and then the neighbor made me call the cops because he was hallucinating that he was a victim of a home invasion.
Sydney Leathers, Anthony Weiner's former sexting buddy, lived on my floor for a week to attend my college graduation and teach me the art of the dirty text.
Todd Levitt told the author of a parody Twitter account that targeted him to "grab some Vaseline" because the jokester was going to get thrown in prison as a result of his jokes.
We watched a cam girl named CrackDoubt smoke a credit card, the Bible, and a college diploma to see if she could get high on life.
In honor of Philly's city council voting to decriminalize weed, here's a story about a police officer who loves weed.
Over the time that's elapsed since he took his first photography class, Michael Jang has kept himself more than busy. Now, 40 years later, his earliest photographic work—photos from his time at Cal Arts—is finally seeing the light of day.
John and I smoked weed together every day, but I didn't know he was illiterate until we both worked as summer canvassers for a shitty nonprofit environmental organization.
Blazing and driving is one of the world's greatest pleasures, but I have to avoid a million obstacles to avoid getting caught.
If you smoked crack in the last 30 years, you probably also graduated from D.A.R.E. We spoke to seven drug addicts to find out what they learned from D.A.R.E.
How to think in complicated ways if you're a lazy and stupid person.
This week's Weediquette is a special treat from the talented artist and musician Steve Teare, who turned a Weediquette story into a comic.
The women's studies major's totally on-brand decision to join up with the free streaming site comes at a time when she's being criticized by the anti-porn brigade as well as others in the adult entertainment industry.
In the summer of 2010, I moved to Tennessee to intern for a Minor League Baseball team. I thought I'd crunch numbers and horse around with Billy Beane, like Jonah Hill did in Moneyball, but instead I lived with an alleged child molester and worked…
He has existed for as long as there have been gluttonous men dedicating ceremonies to their own existence. The only things that change are the miscellaneous wristbands he wears, and the brand of energy drink on the promotional T-shirt they gave him. He is…
My family never cared much for homeownership until my mom saw an opportunity to buy a cheap house on Camac Street in North Philadelphia. We made a deal that she would handle the down payment and I would live in the house and rent out the other rooms. This…
At Bob Jones University, the mother ship of Christian fundamentalism, students who reported rapes were called liars and sinners and were told that disclosing their attackers would hurt Jesus. Now the school has restarted an investigation into its handling…
After Sour Joe and I smoked weed together during our freshmen orientation, we became best friends. For years, we spent every weekend together smoking pot in his row house apartment, but everything changed when I moved to New York City and Sour Joe turned
My freshman year was a manic high, but my summer was an all-time, depressive low. After I moved into an apartment with some people I didn't know, I started to withdraw more into myself and contemplate suicide.
This week on the VICE Podcast, Reihan Salam sits down with Anya Kamenetz, a Schwartz fellow at New America, a journalist, and the author of Generation Debt, DIY U, and the forthcoming The Test.