A Canadian University Asks Black Student to Prove Minorities Exist on Campus
University of Waterloo asked Fiqir Worku—who was trying to develop services for racialized minorities—to collect information on the school’s racial demographics by herself.
Inside the Culture of Sexual Abuse at Colleges Across Colombia
A three-month investigation by VICE Colombia revealed glaring patterns in how sexual harassment and assault are addressed at colleges in the country.
Betsy DeVos thinks Title IX officers have more power than they do
Patty Crawford was a Title IX officer at Indiana University East in 2011 when the new policies regarding sexual assault were communicated to schools nationwide. VICE News sat down with Crawford for an explanation on the law’s history.
'Mattress Girl' Emma Sulkowicz Is Back—And Channeling Her Rage Through BDSM
Two years after "Mattress Performance," Emma Sulkowicz continues to provoke. Her most recent piece, in which she was bound, berated, and hung from the ceiling, tackles the question of the value of art under the Trump administration.