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El maestro Karim: Los Blancos advance to the semifinals

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At the same time, Europeanization in university matters created an interesting homologation in favor of the “free circulation” of students within the same continental space. A perfect inter-university collaboration between European institutions began to be visualized, but prioritizing the flow and volume of students (entering and leaving their country) ahead of the reciprocal knowledge between different realities.

When we analyze why Europeans have been traveling around the world for centuries, we curiously come across (at some stage of history) a series of needs of a cultural and educational nature over others of a more distractional nature (the preponderant one in the mass tourism so typical of the late twentieth century).

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, with the Enlightenment and, stretching the time factor, until the nineteenth century, we find a multisensory and at the same time profound framework in terms of the human dimension of travel.


Practically since its foundation, the Rugby section C. D. Universidad de Granada, has been interested in the creation of junior teams with the intention of facilitating the practice of the oval sport. D. Universidad de Granada, was interested in the creation of teams of lower categories with the intention of facilitating the practice of the oval sport and to incorporate these players to their university and federated league teams at the time.

It has its beginnings in the late nineties, promoted by coaches and veteran players of CD Universidad and other clubs, interested in promoting the practice of this by extension of the quarry of the same and “give back to rugby what it gave them at the time.

The season started with the illusion of a new category and the joy of returning to a national category after the relegation in the offices. The group was aware of the difficulty of the challenge especially with the casualties of Pedro Martinez who would play in the Sevillian Cajasol Sciences and also that of Martin Fernandez Foppoli, on the other hand, the team was congratulated by the return of Pablo Sanz one of the emblems of the club and the incorporation of another product of the university quarry as Fernan Perez that would change the face of the front.

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He is Director and Coordinator of the research group “Translational Interventions for Health” since its creation and incorporation to the catalog of Research Groups of the Cluster in Biomedicine and Health of the University of Oviedo in 2016 and to the Institute for Health Research of the Principality of Asturias (ISPA) in 2017.

Through this form ISPA makes available to the staff that is part of the Institute, as well as any other interested party, a tool to send complaints, suggestions, incidents or any communication.


As Dariela Sharim, also an academic at the School of Psychology, says, “at first, the pandemic generated adaptive behaviors and attitudes. But when we started to come out of confinement, situations of discomfort began to appear: we were very lonely regarding all this that was happening and the fears, the fears that arose.”

What came out of all this? As Claudia Araya says, “it gave us information about the great diversity that exists within our community, of more than 40,000 people. There were faculties that did not need help, while others were in a crisis situation. We also realized that we had failed to reach out to students. And on the other hand, some people valued the spaces for meeting and reflection.”

The “mental health cube” toured the university’s five campuses, with LED screens and a blank wall with a single question: “Where is my mental health? (Photo credit: César Cortés).

Thus was born a joint work with peer committees and the Faculty of Social Sciences. It helped us to formulate the question: “Where is my mental health? What has happened to me during this time?…”, says Dariela Sharim.