Dedicated to IE’s Beloved Sport: A Highlight of the Football Club

IE's beloved sport, football, brings the community together through the Football Club. With its last event of the academic year on the horizon, the Club invites students to learn a bit about its history and follow its future progress.

My Trek to Everest Base Camp: Gaining 5,400 Metres of Altitude and an Appreciation for the Sherpas

Over the spring break, a group of SPEGA students were able to hike up to Mt. Everest's base camp in Nepal, led by Sherpa guides native to the region. While on the hike, students were able to immerse themselves in the culture of this ethnic group. With the goal of spreading the culture of the Sherpa people, who often go under-appreciated, Lucy Ball writes of the lessons she learned from the group's Sherpa guides while trekking up the mountain.

Haitian Gang Boss Leads His Country Towards Anarchy

Haiti is teetering on the edge of anarchy, lead by gang leader and former police officer, Jimmy Cherizier, who took over after the exit of the interim Prime Minister Ariel Henry. The Stork discusses the repercussions of this turn of events.

The Death of Alexei Navalny is Not the Death of His Dream for Russia

The Stork breaks down the events surrounding Alexei Navalny's death leading up to his funeral on 1 March 2024, as well as his wife Yulia Navalnaya's conviction to keep his spirit alive.

Lucy Ball

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