If anyone would know, it’s Philip Zelikow. The history professor and veteran diplomat has been involved in policy and talks with North Korea repeatedly over the last 25 years and worked on German reunification efforts in 1990. He traveled to South Korea last week to outline his peace strategy for officials. more >
Check out the unusually fair-minded political podcast from senior Miller Center fellow Mary Kate Cary, a former George H.W. Bush speechwriter, and former Bill Clinton speechwriter Paul Orzulak. more >
Jack Christie, who campaigned with JFK and worked at the Democratic National Committee, amassed a huge collection of presidential memorabilia from presidents Roosevelt to Carter. more >
For Ali Barta, who graduated in May from the Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy and the Darden School of Business, a tragic warehouse accident was the jolt that sent her on a new mission in life. more >
The outdoor apparel company asked graduate students across the country to come up with a plan that would make the company carbon-neutral by 2025. The UVA team did that and more, and they won the chance to have their ideas implemented. more >
These 27 students capped their year with a second-place finish at the National Student Advertising Competition, besting more than 150 schools and wowing judges with their “Tart Takeover” campaign for Ocean Spray. more >
Tingle, who completed the Executive Program at Darden in 2015, said the leadership skills he acquired there helped him to successfully complete his recent mission on the International Space Station. more >
Todd Sechser specializes in nuclear security issues and coercive diplomacy; Brantly Womack focuses on power dynamics between large and small countries. See what they have to say about the historic summit. more >