free period products are now available in the women’s bathrooms on each of the hub floors of the tower! If you ever find yourself in need of a pad or a tampon, you can head to floors 4,10,16, or 22 to find what you're looking for.
Last week, the university’s management team and BIR office revealed that all language classes next semester will take place only once a week for third-year students, for a grand total of 15 sessions per semester. The management team, content with the idea of slicing our linguistic progress in half, argues that they are “freeing up time” for us to focus on other things. Not only is the premise of that statement flawed, but it fails to consider the repercussions of the change.
Marketing themselves as a university of the future, IE must properly address the aspects in which they fall short. Therefore, I am calling upon IE University to ensure reliable access to menstrual sanitation products in the bathrooms of all their campuses in such a way that does not inflict an excessive burden on their students.
During those 11 days, 25 students from Madrid and Segovia were immersed in an incomparable universe. The trip started in the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu, and followed with an 8 days journey to the Himalayas. During that time, students...
Several weeks ago, I had the privilege of engaging in a thought-provoking conversation with one of my professors. The discussion led us to the topic of policies and policymaking processes in Spain. To be more precise, to the “only yes means yes” sexual consent law.
What is the Metaverse?
The issue of the metaverse has gathered significant attention in recent years. As people’s interest in virtual worlds increases, business opportunities around them become infinite. The question at hand then is not whether we can make...
While many question if it could have been averted entirely, the fact remains that leaders such as Stalin decided to pursue their own interests at the expense of others. The non-aggression pact signed by Germany and the Soviet Union resulted in the division of Europe and the deaths of countless people.
The scope of this argument does not extend to the analysis of democracy as a governmental system, but rather the way in which it has been utilized as a means to extend the interests of certain governments across different regions of the world.
As such, it is visible that the current protests do not only symbolize discontent with the increased retirement age but represent a general anti-establishment movement within France. It is a protest against a government that bypassed a parliamentary vote and against a president that seems to have lost touch with the public.
A video taken on April 11 depicts 12 asylum seekers, including children and an infant, being taken from the Greek island Lesbos and abandoned at sea. The footage was taken by Austrian politician Fayad Mulla, who has been documenting human rights violations of asylum seekers on the island for two and a half years.
On May 21, Greece held its legislative elections. The party led by Kyriákos Mitsotákis, New Democracy (Νέας Δημοκρατίας), emerged as the frontrunner, securing 40.8% of the total vote. In contrast, the left-wing Syriza party received 20.1%, while the Socialist Pasok party garnered 11.7% and the Communists KKE secured 7.1%. Despite New Democracy being in the lead, the party fell short of obtaining the required majority of 45% of the votes. As a result, they claimed 146 seats in Parliament, which is five seats below the threshold of 151 needed for a parliamentary majority.