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Wales Is Leading the Way in LGBT-Inclusive Sex Education

It just became one of the first countries in the world to make it compulsory, in a change to the curriculum that will be rolled out in 2022.
Gina Tonic
5.29.18
school
school

The Secrets of the Staff Room

This is what teachers talk about when you can't hear.
Anonymous
5.24.18
entertainment
entertainment

Scholars Say​ if You Hate the Kardashians, You Probably Hate Yourself

The field of Kardashian research is growing. Here's what it can tell us about society.
Katya Lopatko
5.8.18
Sex
Sex

What Can You Do with a Degree in Sexology?

From designing sex toys to assisting sex workers with legal challenges, here's where a degree in sexology will get you.
Matt Baume
4.25.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Millennials Are Missing Out on Life Because They Have More Debt Than Savings

A dark new poll found many 18- to-34-year-olds are waiting to have kids, get married, buy a house or save for retirement because of crushing debt.
Adam Forrest
4.5.18
The British Dream
The British Dream

Uni Students Feel Like Consumers And They Don't Like It

We spoke to students who have been protesting to help their lecturers save their pensions.
Simon Childs
3.30.18
Stuff
Stuff

College Advice from a 75-Year-Old Who Went to School for 55 Years and Got 30 Degrees

His message to young people: Don't quit too soon.
Michael Nicholson as told to Emma Collins
3.26.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Cynthia Nixon from 'Sex and the City' Is Running for Governor of New York

And she's already throwing shade at Andrew Cuomo for letting the subway go to shit.
Drew Schwartz
3.20.18
University
University

I Tried to Pay an Online Essay Writing Service to Write This Article

The service for students told me an essay defending cheating the university system would be a "piece of cake".
Gavin Haynes
3.16.18
University
University

Carleton University Is Looking for a Magic Studies Professor

The school recently opened applications for a new chair of “conjuring arts.”
Neil McArthur
3.5.18
politics
politics

We Need to Break the 'Class Ceiling' in UK Politics

The Commons has more women, LGBT and ethnic minority MPs than ever before, but we're still struggling for working class voices.
Emma Garland
3.1.18
University
University

Theresa May's Higher Education Review Helps No One

Impressively, the Tories have managed to find the one way of lowering university fees that will actually leave everybody worse off.
Angus Harrison
2.19.18