Tags: Students

Adjusting to Change: A Residency and NIE Document Rundown

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Klaudia Kupidura Legalising your stay in a foreign country may seem overwhelming and confusing....

Noise and Nuisance: IE Students vs. Segovia Locals

This article is written in conjunction with the IEU Law Society. By Miguel Yu To what extent should IE students fear the locally established regulations on...

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....

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.

FOMO: A University Student’s Biggest Enemy

There’s a phenomenon that tends to be common among university students, a phenomenon that for some has never been a problem, and for others can be confusing and frustrating. I'm talking about FOMO.

Kafkaesque and readable: Catch-22’s ‘just right’

Any reader interested in Kafka should begin with Heller. Specifically, if you are interested in The Trial I would recommend you start with Catch-22. Here is why.

Dorm Decor: 101 To Making Your Space Feel Homey

A well-decorated, comfortable room can boost your academic success and well-being. Here is how to do it!

Are students truly taking CV-building too far?

Over the past few years, individual achievement has become a top priority for students, but do employers think the same way?

A Fresh Start: September Events at IE Segovia

Here are some of the most exciting events occurring in Segovia to welcome new and returning students this year

IE Design Students Call for Reassessment of Dean’s Dismissal

Support for Edgar González and the Bachelor in Design The following article is an opinion piece written by an anonymous undergraduate design student, thus it...


South Africa v Israel: The Effectiveness of the ICJ

By Adam Paska Countries tend to translate all international conflicts or disputes into legal language to better justify their actions before the international community. There...

Algo así como ser invencibles 

Me encuentro reflexionando sobre lo que es ser invencible o inmortal en el sentido más humano.

Waiting for The Wind of Change: Democracy in the Digital Age 

If you belong to Generation Z or a younger demographic, chances are you have been profoundly impacted by the forces of globalization and digitalization. This means your life has likely been characterized by mobility, multiculturalism, and you have gained a broadened perspective about the world.