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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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A Warm Embrace for Graduating Indigenous Students

UMD Hosts Inaugural Blanket Ceremony for Seniors

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Rachel Ross on flower farm

A Blossoming Business

Inspired by Late Grandmother, Alumna Flourishes in Founding Cut-Flower Farm

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Whatever Happened to … the Maryland Medieval Mercenary Militia?

The Tale of a Student Group of Warlords, Wenches and Serfs

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Prisoners at the States Prison at Auburn

A ‘Challenge’ to the System

In Alumna’s New Book, Murder and For-Profit Prison Industry Converge

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Live From New York—and College Park

Guests at UMD See High-Tech Piano Play Music Students’ Performance 200+ Miles Away

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Anna Tovchigrechko ’26 portrait

A Complicated Experience, Unlocked

Student Forms Group for Peers With Incarcerated Parents

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"INSPIRE" written on granite bench

Listening Garden Dedicated at Memorial Chapel

Space Encourages Visitors to Engage With Nature and Each Other

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New Ideas for Used Materials

Art Class Designs Maryland Day Installation From Found Objects

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Low-Cost Lessons Raise Musical Bar for Local Teens

Terrapin Community Music School Matches Grad Students With Youths to Expand Access

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Partial Eclipse, Full Attention

Thousands Flock Outside to Celebrate Celestial Spectacle

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Is Confusion What’s Growing in Your Garden?

UMD Expert Offers Guidance for April Flowers, and Other Springtime Tips

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police officer rides bike past two students on campus

Can Conversations Improve Police-Community Relations?

A New Course From Sociology, UMPD Investigates

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