Understanding what is happening in this complex world is difficult, ever so much if you are high school students, who may probably just have been introduced to the global scope of news. Learning about news is more than just merely hearing the news (or newscasts) but understanding why it happened, if it has happened before, and what will be the effects and repercussions of this event.
Vice News, is part of the Vice publishing house and as many other of the Vice publications it gives a new angle to an unheard or even a tired story. In vice News videos, reporters give context to the news and then proceed to report it. With this they give a bit of a historical background and then continue to report the actual news.
Using vice news is an interactive way of learning about daily events. The Vice news web page is extremely user friendly and even gives very specific division and section to the articles they have. You may search by section or even by regions. The format of articles yet again proves to be truly user friendly, giving a brief context followed by the actual news cast. In the featured topic the reader may also find the most pressing news and influential individuals in our present day, and browse to find information about them in more depth. The fact that you may browse by region or topic also helps you further research an event by hyperlinks. In such a way you are also involved in the process of giving a single story more dimensions. Vice news is a fun way of getting more basic cultural knowledge in an understandable, accessible way, even for a common high school senior.