high school

9.27.19

Tegan and Sara: "It's Always About What Can We Do That's New, That's a Risk"

The sibling duo talk to VICE about their new memoir and album, and the sometimes uncomfortable experience of mining high school memories in order to make them.

8.9.19

Teen Security Researcher Suspended for Exposing Vulnerabilities in His School’s Software

Another vulnerability that Bill Demirkapi found impacted 5,000 schools.

5.24.19

'Booksmart' Proves That Raunchy Teen Comedies Don't Have to Be Offensive to Be Funny

Step aside, 'Superbad'—McLovin's got nothing on Beanie Feldstein's new high school rager classic.

5.21.19

Hundreds of Graduation Speeches This Year Will Include the Same Demand

High school and college students are signing up to devote two minutes of their commencement speeches to pleading for climate action.

5.6.19

I Helped My Friend Cheat on Her SATs and I Would Do It Again

"I wanted to dupe the system and get away with it."

2.1.19

Nice One M8, 'Sex Education' Is Coming Back for Another Shag

One of the few shows that treats sex like a topic to unpack instead of a scene to spice up an episode.

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1.25.19

'Alien Body,' Today's Comic by Valentine Gallardo

Valentine opens up about her body dysmorphia in this comic.

12.4.18
11.13.18

Millennials Tell Us Whether Life Really Gets Better After High School

Whether you were a nerd, a goth, a queer, a jock, a cheerleader, or a douchebag, you’ll see a bit of yourself reflected in these stories.

11.12.18

Watch These Robots Dominate a Water Bottle-Flipping Competition

Dozens of teens in Japan brought bottle-flipping into the future for RoboCon.

11.8.18

16 Young People on How They Made a Political Impact Without Voting

In advance of the midterm elections, high schoolers around the country canvassed for campaigns, created custom voter guides, and, uh, organized events with Natalie Portman.

10.30.18

How a Teen Tried to Heal Her Town After Losing Two Friends to Suicide

By the end of 2016, Nina Griffiths, a teen from New Zealand, had won $10,000 in funding for a youth center, expanded their peer-support program, and propelled the conversation about youth suicide back onto the national stage.

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