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From Segovia to Madrid: The Hunt for IE Student Accommodation

As your time in Segovia comes to an end, the question “Did you find an apartment for next year in Madrid yet?” becomes a recurring topic in nearly every conversation.

How Well Does IE’s Vertical Race Promote Happiness Through Exercise?

The IE Vertical Race took place on March 20th, on International Happiness Day, and in the middle of IE’s Happiness Week. So, how well does the Vertical Race promote happiness and mental wellbeing?

Get Rid of Public Speaking Jitters For First Timers

From meticulously preparing your speech, through practicing it over and over again, to the very last moment when you are peeking through the curtains, it all leads to that awful feeling when your stomach drops with a bundle of nerves. Here are some tips for an outstanding perfromance.

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

To Norman Kurtis, an Inspiration to the IE community

The IE community continues to mourn his passing, but kindly remembers his contributions to the University, here is a toast to Norman Kurtis!

Students Demand Action from IE Administration Regarding Palestine

In a campaign called IE4Justice, led by a group of IE students, students are demanding that IE take a stance on the conflict in...

What is True Leadership? Lessons from the Debate Club and HNMUN24

My path to becoming one of the delegates representing IE University at the Harvard Model United Nations (MUN) began before I even set foot on campus last August. Even before beginning my studies, I was determined to join the Debate Club, driven by a zeal to improve my public-speaking skills and argumentation abilities.

Is Amnesty Constitutional? IE professors discuss

Is the newly proposed amnesty law compliant with the Spanish constitution? Does it challenge the highly respected rule of law and the principle of the separation of powers? These were the questions posed by panellists during the “Legal Brew” event organised by the Law Society at Segovia Campus.

Navigating Social Media’s Entertainment Era 

On January 25, the Film and TV Industry Club in a special collaboration with the Marketing Club hosted their first event of the year...

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....


Yellowstone: A Wild Ride Through America’s Racial Frontier

Yellowstone, a TV series that is set in the countryside of Montana, specifically the national park of Yellowstone, portrays the modern battle of the old game between Cowboys and Native Americans. It’s a tale as old as time, or at least as old as colonialism, where the land is the ultimate prize and everyone else is just a pawn in the game.

Deadliest ISIS Attack on European Soil

What do both ISIS and Russia have in common? The intuitive answer might be nothing besides the killings and attacks on innocent civilians. That was until the Moscow attack took place on March 22nd.

A Missing Chapter: Women and Science

Women’s role in science has been discussed for over centuries, with opinions ranging from “burn them at the stake” to “they are just as intellectually capable as men”. But have you ever thought about how science has been treating women?