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Showing 2 posts from January 2014.
Engaging with international statesmen; witnessing power and policy firsthand in a high-level internship; even surviving the first government shutdown in decades. The Lugar Center is proud to congratulate the inaugural class of UIndy Lugar Academy interns on a successful semester.... Read More
As we rang in the new year with parties and resolutions, 1.2 billion people across the globe woke up to 2014 living in extreme poverty which the World Bank defines as living on $1.25 a day. Many of these same people struggle with chronic hunger, disease and the ramifications of living under unstable, corrupt governments.... Read More