A Tribute to Stan Lee

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Los Angeles—On November 12th, Stan Lee—arguably the most influential comic-book creator—passed away at the age of 95 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre, Los Angeles, California. In the past years, he had been affected by pneumonia and had vision problems, says the official statement issued by JC Lee, daughter of the writer.

Kavanaugh, an American Tragedy

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The United States Supreme Court is one of the most influential institutions of the US and a hallmark to the globe. When the US was set up by its Founding Fathers, the judiciary was created as an impartial and independent pillar upon which liberty rests. Yet, today the impartiality and independence of the Supreme Court is undeniably at risk upon the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh as the newest addition to the nine judge panel.

Electric Scooters: Lime is Not Just a Fruit Anymore

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Madrid—The third-largest city in the European Union has just received in its streets the arrival of a new electric rental vehicle, Lime. This service of shared electric scooters without fixed stations is financed by Alphabet and Uber.

“Cold War” – Beauty beyond words

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Deciding what movie to review this week was a choice I left for Friday night. After seeing the raw, heartbreaking but deeply satisfying A Star...

Banksy-ed at Sotheby’s: How the Anonymous Street Artist Fooled the Art...

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London—On October 5th, during the Frieze Week Auction at Sotheby’s, the prominent anonymous painter Banksy pulled off arguably the best prank in history. Upon being sold for over one million pounds, the artist’s renowned painting Girl with Balloon, spray on canvas completed in 2006, left the heavy frame and self-destructed.

Debate Club: Are Stereotypes Unfairly Stereotyped?

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Segovia—On September 17, the Debate Club hosted their kick-off event in order to explain their new structure for this 2018-2019 academic year. As a way to interact and discover the debate skills of the future members, the Club decided to have an informal open floor debate on the topic of “Are Stereotypes Unfairly Stereotyped?” Certainly, it is a highly controversial topic open to discussion, but above all, familiar to everyone due to the international background at IE.