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Photo

Odd and Ominous Photos of Small-Town Community Centers

Photographer Eli Durst constructs an eerie fictional world out of suburban community groups.
Clara Mokri
8.7.18
studies

Researchers Have Restored Basic Brain Function in Dead Pigs

The brains, which were from a slaughterhouse, produced a flat wave as though in a comatose state.
Julian Morgans
5.7.18
Tunnel Vision

Yale Students Are Trying to Solve New York's Subway Shutdown

The capstone studio project introduced dozens of new ideas that the MTA might do well to consider.
John Surico
5.4.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The New 'Gilmore Girls' Trailer Is Here to Kick You in the Heart

Grab yourself a few tissues—the first trailer for Netflix's upcoming series, 'The Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,' just dropped.
Lauren Messman
10.25.16
Creators

The Inflatable World of Tamar Ettun | Studio Visits

A dive inside the incredible, inflatable studio of Israeli-born sculptor and performance artist Tamar Ettun.
Nathaniel Ainley
4.20.16
Vice Blog

An Exclusive Preview of Yale Photography's Open Studios

This weekend, the Yale School of Art will hold its annual open studios event.
VICE Staff
4.2.16
Stuff

The Cast of 'Gilmore Girls' Made Me Feel Normal After My Leukemia

I had survived a rare and aggressive form of cancer, but on the 'Gilmore Girls' set, I felt like a normal girl again.
Harriet Alida Lye
10.16.15
Photo

The Yale School of Art Is Churning Out Some Great Photographers

This year's Yale Photography MFA show, curated by Jack Pierson, opens tonight at Danziger Gallery in New York.
Matthew Leifheit
6.18.15
Stuff

'Pitch Perfect' Got It Wrong: This Is What It's Really Like to be in a Hardcore a Capella Group

Think college is hard? Try touring for 191 days and performing 225 concerts in 26 countries, all for the sake of singing covers of top 40 songs.
Zach Sokol
5.19.15
Stuff

Will 'BitchCoin' Offer Artists a New Way to Make a Living?

Artist Sarah Meyohas's project sounds like a conceptual cryptocurrency joke, but it's also a serious effort to challenge the current economics of the art world.
Corinna Kirsch
3.20.15
News

Was Harvard Right to Ban Professors from Hooking Up with Students?

We asked Randy Cohen, the former Ethicist for the "New York Times Magazine," to help sort it out.
Allie Conti
2.6.15
A Few Impressions

Here's What James Franco Has Been Reading

Every free moment of his last year has been filled with books.
James Franco
10.16.14