Students Are Looking to Each Other for Mental Health Support
Peer support is an important part of recovery, but universities must also improve their services.
The Government Has Slashed Funding to the Only UK Charity Helping Young PoC Into Creative Industries
Creative Access' motto is that "the media cannot reflect society if society is not reflected in the media".
Will Art Therapies Be the Next Big Mental Health Breakthrough?
It's too simplistic to suggest that the arts can solve the mental health crisis, but there's hope that more funding and more debate around the issues could help improve our wellbeing.
Is Fat White Family’s Story the Last of a Dying Breed?
The darkest, unexplored moments of this band's narrative sketch the story of every struggle that faces Britain’s shrivelling artistic underclass in 2016.
Local Library Users Talk About How Closures Will Affect Them
In six years, 350 libraries have closed, with another 111 due to be axed within the next 12 months. We asked who still uses libraries, and what for?
The Canadian Government Is Funding the Next Season of the Classic Canadian Comedy 'Trailer Park Boys'
After Sunnyvale's finest threatened to leave the province following cuts to tax credits, the Nova Scotia government has responded by funding a new series.
Figure 1 Is Like Instagram, but for Doctors
If you've ever wanted to hop on an app and look at medical maladies, Silicon Valley has the cure for what ails you.
This Is Why British Soldiers Are Finding it Harder to Come Back to the UK
We talked to some soldiers overseas about the difficulties they face in travelling back to the UK now that their overseas wage subsidies have been slashed.
Remote Aboriginal Communities in Western Australia Are Facing Closure
"What the rest of the country takes for granted, we're fighting for now."
This Couple Are Crowd Funding to Stay Together Because the UK's Minimum Visa Income Is Too High
Brandon faces deportation and separation from his schizophrenic wife because, like many, he is finding the UK's minimum income for a spousal visa unaffordable.
The Shopping Centre Opposite Westfield Has Become a Weird 24-Hour Haven for London's Skate Subculture
Westfield can keep its late-night casinos. In its shadow is The Stratford Centre, a modest 90s shopping precinct that, by night, becomes home to not just the homeless, but an army of young skaters.
Tim Burrows, Photos: Hayley Hatton
Jouko Lehtola Took Honest Portraits of Young Finnish People
A retrospective exhibition of the late photographer's work just opened in Helsinki.
VICE Staff, Photos by Jouko Lehtola