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Sala Levin ’10

Sala Levin, a University of Maryland graduate, joined the office of strategic communications in 2016. Previously, she was a writer and editor at Moment magazine, where she was a 2014 finalist for the Religion Newswriters Association's Religion News Reporter of the Year.


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Striking Art While the Iron Is Hot

Twice-Annual Event Invites Community to Take Part in Metal Pouring

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‘Giving’ Back

On Global Day of Philanthropy, Here’s How (and Why) to Support UMD

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Young Punks

Newly Acquired Photos Capture a Slice of D.C.’s Musical History

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A Three-Decade QUEST

Multidisciplinary Honors Program Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Solving Problems With Corporate, Government Partners

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A Period of Change

Alum’s Banana Fiber Menstrual Pads Offer Accessible Solution to Girls and Women in India

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Signs of the Times

Dean’s Expert Testimony Illuminates Texas ‘No Guns’ Case

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You’re Not Imagining It’s Harder to Learn About Local Candidates

A UMD Journalism Expert Explains How Local News Is Changing

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‘Unidos’ in Prince George’s County

Undergrad Leads Hispanic Heritage Month Poster Design

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A Short, Electrifying Journey

DOTS Hosts Training for E-Bikes

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Critic Thinking

Vulture Writer Makes Sharp Points on Popular Culture

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A New Look for a Maryland Icon

Frederick Douglass Statue to Undergo Conservation

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‘Bridging’ an Academic Divide

Faculty and Students Bring Writing Course to D.C. Corrections Facilities

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