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IE Women’s Football Madrid: First insights into the league

Three games into the league, the girls are showing incredible progress. With three defeats out of three games, the girls are seeking to improve and progress on their skills and find their first victory. The first game was a demolishing loss, both physically and...

Why do University Students From Abroad Form Friendships With people From the Same Cultural Background?

SEGOVIA - She has always managed to withhold her tears in even the toughest circumstances, but this time was an exception. As she waved goodbye to her family, friends, and hometown, tears streamed down her face, and she continued to drag the heavy weight of the...

Racism in football alive and well in 2019

On October the 2nd, Manchester City’s reigning player of the year, Bernardo Silva, was charged by UK’s highest football governing body, The FA, for an alleged racist tweet that he posted which compared his teammate Benjamin Mendy to a character that appears on...

Fonda the Great

We know a lot about Jane Fonda. We are familiar with her stamina, her activism, her intact youthfulness and, of course, her talent for acting. What new light could a five-act documentary shed on her figure at this point in time? “This is the beginning of my last...

“The Prince of Monkeys” – IE Foundation Prizes in Humanities

As the IE Prizes in the Humanities drew near its end attendees were able to listen to a brief forum discussion on Nnamdi Ehirim’s book: The Prince of Monkeys (2019). During the  discussion, Nnamdi provoked an interesting conversation on the competing views of cultural diversity and entrepreneurship, and its place within the humanities.

Green club joins World Cleanup day

In the globalized world, we live in we are constantly bombarded with news. It is easy to observe how information about climate change and its consequences take an important place in the media. A tweet, a news article or a video of Greta Thunberg warning once again...

17 Artistic and Scientific Works Made by Women That You Should Definitely Know About

It’s no longer just a man’s world out there, women have been taking over the years and will continue to do so. Celebrating International Women’s Day, I decided to take this opportunity to tell you about the amazing work women have been doing for years, which is...

FitClub Collective – How an IE Club became a business

During last year’s spring, Camila and her partner, Laura Rushton, had founded a collective, attracting ten of motivated students who wished to follow their energetic classes and healthy lifestyles. Hence, we were curious to know who was behind this project and inquired about how she strived to become an entrepreneur with a great vision and a considerable ambition.

“The Post”: A rousing Cry for the truth

Released last January 21st, Spielberg's latest movie is a masterpiece that explores the intricacies of civil liberty. In 1971, the Washington Post's first woman director, Katharine Graham, associates with her editor-in-chief in order to divulge a monumental State...

Home sick? It’s pretty normal actually…

I’ll never forget my first year away from home, cut off from old friends and family. I understand how tough it can be in the beginning, not just to adapt, but to actually prefer your new lifestyle to the old. So, if you’re not feeling that the reality of university has met your expectations, if you’re feeling homesick, then read on for the two tips that will change your life!