Tags: Opinion

Free Period Products in the Tower!

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.

How Can We Reconcile Different Moral Values?

If we want to be able to take lasting action on moral and political issues, we need consensus. Adversarial attempts to decide which values are correct are not likely to get us there.

ChatGPT: ¿amigo o enemigo?

Todos sabemos lo que es ChatGPT. ¿Pero entendemos realmente su enorme potencial? ¿Sus ventajas y sus riesgos?

Language: the Nation’s Code

Language is more than simply a means of communication; it is also an important part of a country's identity and cultural legacy. Ukraine has encountered major hurdles in its battle to retain its language and protect its statehood, but its people have remained united in their commitment to defend their language and the freedom of their country.

IE’s Ghost Town: Why Students Abandon Events

So it is not for lack of trying or that events are not student-centered - they are. It’s that students just don't see the value in attending. But why is that?

Heads or Tails: The Two-Sided Perspective of Soft Power

While Soft Power is a necessary and pivotal form of Power, especially in contemporary international relations, the lack of versatility, dominance, and results limits Soft Power to be an reliant chess tactic in the international political playing field.

How Vitamins and Sports May Kill You

The combination of vitamins and sports supplements can also lead to negative effects. Hence, it is highly imperative to have an audience with a medical practitioner prior to embarking on any regimen that involves sports supplements or vitamins.

How Democracy Has Been Weaponized

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.

IE University needs to personalise its classes to fight disengagement

Disengagement is a growing problem in universities. Research suggests that students are increasingly unwilling to study independently and are participating in class less, all while attendance rates fall. This is a big problem for universities.

The Roots of the French’s Love of Protests

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.


The AI That Will “Do No Harm”

Before a new physician can practice medicine, they take what is known as the Hippocratic Oath. Named after Hippocrates, the Ancient Greek Physician, the oath enumerates a number of ethics codes that are summarized as “first, do no harm.” Munjal Shah utilized this popular concept to name his new Healthcare Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool; Hippocratic AI. 

Elly’s Light Enchanting Final Concert in Segovia

On the 19th of May was The Finale: Social Mingling, Outdoors Fun & Farewell at the Creativity Center in Segovia. Elly's Light, the music...

The IE Short Film Festival 2023

The following day, film buffs from campus and beyond came to the award ceremony to discover the ieSFF nominees. Nominations were created by an impressive jury panel, from producers and creatives in the field.