I could not wait until I got back home to start reading it. There were articles about the European Convention, OLAF, the Turkish date…perhaps you are laughing out loud about me and my first impressions!My university has a great reputation in Spain, both in bilingual studies on economy and in European studies, but even so, they do not provide us with a paper concerning EU matters. After reading the past few issues of European Voice, I am determined to convince the university to supply us with it.I also thoroughly enjoyed your Entre Nous section on the funny side of Brussels and the classified section. Thank you for giving us an independent view of the EU.Elena ObiolsMadrid It was a few weeks ago while I was trying to find Le Monde in a Madrid shop that I first saw your newspaper. It is not easy to find foreign papers here, which is really disappointing for someone like me who is eager to read something more than what the local authorities are doing day to day in Spain or whether Real Madrid beat Barcelona or not.There was a narrow shelf at the back of the shop where all the foreign papers were piled up. It was there, between some Japanese and British papers, that I first came upon European Voice. I decided to forget about Le Monde and, despite my predisposition against tabloid-size newspapers, I decided to try your title.