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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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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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Brian McMahon ’15, Lynn Ma ’18, Kristina London ’19

3 Terps Make Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Lists

Alums Recognized Among Young Achievers in Retail and E-commerce, Music

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A Book About Comedy That's No Joke

Alum Chronicles 30 Years of an Underexamined Art Form

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8 Ways to Do Good With Terps This Holiday Season

From Toy Drives to Volunteering on a Farm, Students, Faculty and Alums Make Giving Back Easy

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Covers of old newspapers: The Maryland Gazette, The Evening Capital and the Federal Gazette and Baltimore Daily Advertiser

Subscribing to History

UMD Libraries Digitize Maryland Newspapers Spanning 18th to 20th Centuries

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Weeks of Black Friday Sales? It’s Not Your Imagination

UMD Retail Expert Forecasts Flurry of Early Holiday Shopping

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'The Crown' Says Cheerio

UMD Expert on British Television Reflects on the Series’ Treatment of the Royals

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Class Unearths Newspapers’ Racist Coverage of Lynchings

Journalism Students Use Data Analytics to Comb Through 60K Articles

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Making “Progress” on Gun Violence

New Initiative Will Offer Research, Actionable Solutions to National Crisis

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A Partisan Divide Remains on Israel/Palestine Despite War

UMD Critical Issues Poll Reveals American Attitudes on U.S. Role, Biden’s Stance

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