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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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Leap Year Terps Tell All

Terps Born on Feb. 29 Face Odd Questions, Enjoy Unique Experiences

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Center of the Circle

New Driskell Center Exhibit Showcases Pioneering Artist’s Personal Relationships With Peers

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Ahead of the Game

Sports Journalist’s Podcast Links Women’s Success in Careers to Experiences on the Field and Court

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Tribal Loyalties

Alum Designs Homes, Schools, Health Care Centers for Native Communities

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The Most Important Black Educator You've Never Heard Of

Alum's New Play Premieres at Arena Stage

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Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny, Kendrick Lamar Appear in College Park … Classroom

New Course Conducts Research on Relationship Between Music and Culture

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Super Bowl Ads Superlatives

Marketing Experts Pick Favorites, Duds From Star-Studded Slate

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Summit Launches Student Competition to Earn Up to $2M in Venture Funding

Annual Cohorts to Seek Solutions to Gun Violence, Then Mental Health Challenges

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Whatever Happened to Tawes Theatre?

Behind the Curtain of the Onetime Home of UMD’s Performing Arts, Famous Acts and One Ghost Dog

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Jewish Folklore Goes Queer in Alum’s New Novel

The Mystical and Mundane Meet in Story Inspired by Author’s Eastern European Family Matriarchs

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Restroom Message Campaign Encourages Women in Math: ‘Stick’ With It

Female Students, Staff Share Notes to Boost Each Other’s Spirits

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Made in Maryland, Sold in Greater College Park

Store Featuring Maryland Artisans Opens in City Hall

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