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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.

IEU Student Government: Is It An Institution Or Just A Title?

“More than power, I would say they have potential, but they are very constrained.” Here is what students think about the IEU SG

Your Boycotts Won’t Stop Unfair Labour

You have power as a consumer, but only when you use all your resources. It’s important to think about who feels better from your personal boycott: the child you aim to help, or yourself?

Take up The White Man’s Burden: “The blessings of civilization and progress to barbaric non-Western, non-Christian, non-white people”

What is the white man's burden nowadays? What is the mission of the white, Christian, Western man in a world made up of an infinite tapestry of cultures, traditions, religions, languages and beliefs? Why the white man is always right, and the rest is wrong? Why do democracies always have to be right even if they are not? 

De Madrid a Roma: un Erasmus que cambia vidas

Muchos estáis esperando el momento de que por fin llegue vuestro tan esperadísimo “Erasmus”, una experiencia que recomiendo a todo el mundo.

The Bloodbath of IE Labs Enrollment: A Legal Analysis

By Vanessa Chioaru This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. Twice a year, the monumental Labs sign up day is upon us....

Are measures against using Artificial Intelligence at IE University driving Innovation?

Are the measures IE has taken since the launch of Generative AI a trend in the professor’s teaching and evaluation methods to prevent students from using AI in written assignments?

Year Two final of the Mitchell L. McLean Mock Trial: A Spectacle of Sharp Thinking and Legal Acumen

On 13 November 2023, ELSA IE held the second final of the Mitchell L. McLean Mock Trial. The competition, based on the U.S. common law system, allows students to step into the shoes of U.S. litigators as they go up against each other in teams. The Stork breaks down this latest experience in an eye-opening article.

IE Challenge Is in Desperate Need of Fixing

Far too many students have a problem with the IE Challenge course. The main reason for this is that many find it irrelevant to their degrees, which causes bore-out and triggers further disengagement throughout the class. Students also have additional concerns like the workload of the course, especially for some Challenges which revolve around difficult-to-contact users, as well as concerns over grades.

Why Trusting Your Teammates Is Just As Important As Knowing Your Facts

I know for myself that it is not easy to let go when relying on others, especially when it is a project that affects your whole degree or is very dear to you. But I appeal to everyone, including myself, to at least put your mind to it.  In a world as uncertain and challenging as we are living in right now, we need leaders who can not only talk but listen, leaders who are secure in their facts just like their mistakes, and leaders who can trust in themselves just like in others.

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Sinopsis: ‘Arts & Humanities Week’

Durante la pasada semana, del 8 al 13 de abril, se celebraron varios eventos centrados en las artes y humanidades en la ‘Arts & Humanities Week’.

Switzerland Deemed “Guilty” in Historic Climate Change Verdict

European Court of Human Rights recently ruled in favour of a climate activist group, "Klima Seniorinnen Schweiz," declaring Switzerland guilty of failing to act against climate change. A ground-breaking case, the Stork examines it and its effects on justice.

How Can a Region Legally Claim Independence?

Catalonia's desire to claim its independence has been the recent talk of the town, yet no one seems to be discussing how exactly the region can achieve that. When a region claims independence, there are two things to consider: how it claims independence and how it can legalize its claim.