The VICE Guide to Uni Life
Turns out your KFC diet isn't good for you.
A national survey from Headspace has found 70 percent of students rate their mental health as "poor."
A third of students aren't completing their undergraduate studies within six years—but maybe that's not such a bad thing.
A new report details how Australia's universities publish insane entry requirements, only to quietly lower them later.
There is obviously nothing to worry about when you start sleeping with someone you live with. How could that possibly blow up in your face?
Rookie New Zealand university magazine editor, Carwyn Walsh, fronts up to the controversy over his second ever cover.
If you think starting college is hard, try doing it as a 17-year-old virgin going through a breakup, spending your freshmen orientation week trying to get strangers to come to Jesus.
We asked the editors from university publications around Australia for their thoughts and fears.
The grim discovery was made by a Muslim PhD candidate preparing for his regular afternoon prayers.
"University management may have a harder time in a regulated system, but it is well known that they are tyrannous kings who drink the blood of the young in their restless hunt for immortality."
"Just so y'all know, there's some girl from a magazine trying super hard to get some quotes from Ormondians about the internet filter."
Starting a new year of tertiary education has got to be a minefield of emotions. Here are some of them.