Editorial

Game of the Year 2018

In 2019, We Need to Learn How to Break a Perpetually Tied Game

A year immersed in tactics games have me thinking a lot about how to push through gridlock.
Austin Walker
12.31.18
Photo

Maliibu Miitch Is the Bronx's Next Big Rapper

In the last few years, the 27-year-old Bronx MC went from battle-rapping on neighborhood corners to shout-outs from Nicki Minaj.
Noa Grayevsky
4.25.18
"What Do You Do For a Living?"

A Former Clickhole Writer Made a ‘Content Bot’ That Will Probably Become My Boss

It’s already won a comedy competition and is currently applying to be Poet Laureate for the city of Redmond, Washington.
Claire Downs
10.12.17
Mother's Day

On Being Kara Walker's Daughter

Octavia Bürgel writes about growing up with a noteworthy, Black, female, artist as her mother.
Octavia Bürgel
5.14.17
beer

Ignoring Beer's Sexism Problem Won't Make It Go Away

Award-winning homebrewer Mandy Naglich shares her take on what the craft beer world is doing right when it comes to tackling sexist attitudes—and where it still needs work.
Mandy Naglich
3.23.17
50 states of art

Essay: Hawaii Blossoms into a Paradise for Street Art | #50StatesofArt

Hawaiian muralist and graffito John "Prime" Hina talks about how he lives by the spray can to preserve his Polynesian heritage.
John "Prime" Hina
2.22.17
50 states of art

Essay: Priced Out of New York, an Artist Finds Her Midwestern Tribe | #50StatesofArt

Fontaine Capel on her migration from Brooklyn to Chicago in search of space, community, and the funds to maintain a studio practice.
Fontaine Capel
2.21.17
Op-Ed

Information Won't Make Us Immortal

A new philosophy that information is the 'Soul 2.0' is gaining momentum online, but it's wishful thinking.
Riccardo Manzotti
12.22.16
politics

AAAS CEO to Young Scientists: Speak Up. Keep Focused. Carry On.

Rush Holt, former Congressman and physicist, explains how scientists should move forward under the Trump Administration.
Rush Holt
12.20.16
Stuff

We're Launching an Apprentice Program for Formerly Incarcerated People

Starting early next year, we'll welcome formerly incarcerated people to work with us at our Brooklyn office in production, editorial, marketing, and other creative roles.
VICE Staff
12.8.16
Internet

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Is Dead, and That's Good for Internet Freedom

US lawmakers from both parties rejected the 12-country deal, including every leading presidential candidate.
Evan Greer
12.2.16
Views My Own

A Note on Trump, Waypoint, and Why We Play

Editor-in-Chief Austin Walker offers his thoughts on how the US Presidential election impacts on the goals of Waypoint.
Austin Walker
11.9.16
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