Tags: Culture

AI Companies Sued for Breach of Copyright

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Klaudia Kupidura The latest developments in Generative AI have changed our habits, learning mechanisms,...

El fenómeno Swift: más allá de la música

Taylor Swift se ha consolidado no solo como una talentosa cantante y compositora, sino también como una fuerza económica y cultural.

To Be a Child of the Middle East: The Broken Beauty of Our Existence

By Nika Sabzevari It is March 10th, 2024, my 20th birthday. Surrounded by my parents and friends, I, an Iranian-German woman living in Spain, have...

From El Barrio to the World: The Socio-Economic Impacts of Reggaeton in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico's economy has benefited greatly from the global success of reggaeton music, especially in the field of tourism, where it has improved revenue, increased cross-cultural exchange, and improved the island's appeal as a popular travel destination. 

IE Global Village Day: A Taste of Diversity 

For yet another year students from different backgrounds gathered to stand behind a nicely decorated table with samples of treats, trinkets and other interesting things originating from their countries.

A journey through the Himalayas: IE Transformational Leadership Journey 2024

During Spring break, second-year International Relations students, Angel Alonso and Borja Santos embark on a two-week journey through the Himalayas to reach Everest base camp.

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.

The Cossacks and the Genesis of Ukrainian Nationhood

Usually, when you ask a foreigner whether they think Ukraine is a young country or an old one, everyone will answer that it is very young. They will be technically right. Ukraine declared its independence in 1991- an almost newly created state on paper - but as a nation, it was born much later and, sadly, the world does not know this.

The Power of Language: How Language Shapes People, Culture, and Politics

We are limited to what we can verbalise through language; we cannot give meaning to something without the use of language. Thus, our perception of the world is intricately tied to this tool of communication that humanity has devised. 

Navigating the Digital World: Youth, Technology, and Democracy

This year’s Third Summit for Democracy brought young democratic leaders together to address the implications of social media.

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Why Doing Scary Things Is so Important

By Alexandra Marie Charlotte Stahl What truly pushes you out of your comfort zone? For some, stepping out of their comfort zone means traveling alone,...

Euro Betting Tips – Football European Championship 2024

Just in time for the European Championships, the Stork provides a guide for students to bet on the football teams participating in this year's games.

Editorial Announcement for the 2024-25 Academic Year

The academic year 2023-2024 has been an exciting period of growth for The Stork! The completely student-led and managed media outlet, with a team...