Last year, King Mswati III, the absolute monarch who governs former Swaziland, announced that the country bordered by South Africa and Mozambique would change its name. To mark 50 years of independence from Britain, the small country (it is the size of New Jersey) would now be known as the Kingdom of eSwatini.
Historian Stephen Macekura came up with a name for the 20th century. What will he call the 21st?
IU’s College of Arts and Sciences recently released its second annual “20 under 40″—a list of incredible young alumni who are already making an impact on the world. Two honorees are graduates of the Hamilton Lugar School—Christen Gallagher (BA ’10, International Studies, LAMP) and Daniel Mundell (BA ’10, International Studies, Spanish).