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Film

This Movie on the Quebec Student Protests Wants You to Walk Out of the Theatre

In ‘Those Who Make Revolution Halfway Only Dig Their Own Graves,’ naked radicals run amok, and political idealism gets pushed to the extreme.
Jason Anderson
1.25.17
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High school students from coast to coast stage anti-Trump walkouts

Tess Owen
Daniel Hernandez
11.15.16
News

Students Set Stuff on Fire to Protest London's High Rent

Student rent strikes in London are spreading, with students at Goldsmiths, University of London now also refusing to pay their rent.
Chris Bethell, Words: Simon Childs
3.18.16
News

Indian Students Are Protesting for Their Right to Speak Against the Government

Thousands of protesters at India's Jawaharlal Nehru University have gone on strike in the wake of the student union president's arrest last week on charges of sedition.
Daniel Oberhaus
2.18.16
News

Rent-Striking London Students Won Compensation for Their Crappy Housing

Their dorms were turned into a building site so they refused to pay rent.
Simon Childs
12.1.15
Vice Blog

The First British Cop Has Been Sentenced for Violence Against a Student Protester

Officer Andrew Ott hit a guy with his riot shield and accidentally recorded the rest of his day.
Wail Qasim
5.25.15
News

Here's What the Next Five Years of British Rioting Could Look Like

The new Conservative government could mean enraged students battling with cops and animal lovers beating up fox hunters.
Aaron Bastani
5.11.15
News

Montreal Students Now Fighting Austerity with ‘Occupy’ Reboot

In Quebec, protests against the provincial Liberal government's austerity measures have been becoming smaller yet increasingly creative.
Brigitte Noël and Simon Coutu
4.23.15
News

UQAM Won’t Extend Semester Despite the Student Protests That Have Disrupted Classes

Tensions have been mounting at the university, where some students have been on strike since March against the Liberal government's austerity measures.
Kalina Laframboise
4.17.15
News

UQAM’s Clamp Down on Protests Leads to Calls for Rector’s Dismissal

"There's definitely some freedom that is taken away from those students, and the fact there are masked individuals is because UQAM has started to criminalize dissent."
Kalina Laframboise
4.9.15
News

Maple Spring Is in the Air

The Montreal Police, who themselves are in the process of mounting pressure tactics protesting cuts to their pension plan, have found little to no sympathy for protesters, instead meeting them with tear gas, stun grenades and other chemical irritants.
Justin Canning
3.30.15
Vice Blog

Maple Spring Breakers: Quebec Students Are Back on Strike in a Big Way

Thousands are taking to the streets again, aiming to be part of a larger social movement, not just a student movement.
Nick Rose
3.28.15
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