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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.


Johnnie Cruise Mercer dances on stage

Shining a ‘Light’ on Dance

Three-Day Summit Grappling With Race, Gender, Sexuality and the Pandemic Starts Today

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Brittney Drakeford portrait

A Rooted Return

Generations After Her Ancestor Was Enslaved in Prince George’s, Grad Student Reinvigorates Area’s Agricultural and Communal Ties

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Jauvon Gilliam poses with musical instruments

Drum Roll for Latest Discovery District Arrival

School of Music Lecturer Opens Studio Space, Percussion Instrument Rental

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Students playing instruments

Surveying the Artistic Landscape

NEA-Funded Research Lab Studies Arts Education in K-12 Schools

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Collage of Glenn Tipton and Tim Ripper Owens of the band Judas Priest, Duke Ellington, and Gary "Dr. Know" Miller of Bad Brains

Local Music History on Shuffle

UMD Doctoral Candidate’s Playlist Amplifies County’s Artistic Legacy

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Clarice Smith paints

A Portrait-Worthy Legacy

Clarice Smith, Major Supporter of the Arts at UMD, Dies

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Happy Birthday stamp

Getting the Party Started, USPS-Style

Postal Service’s Latest Birthday Stamp Designed by Student

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large group of students spinning dreidels on basketball court

Spinning a Message of Love and Tolerance

Hanukkah Event, Featuring Mother of 1st Lt. Richard Collins III, Condemns Bigotry

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Stephen Sondheim

How Sondheim Wrote the Book on Modern Musical Theater

With 5 Favorite Songs, UMD Theatre Scholar Details Genius of Late Composer, Lyricist

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String quartet plays outside as artwork is projected onto building's walls

Family’s $2.5M Gifts to Provide Resources for Art and Education, New Outdoor Exhibition Space

Clarvits’ Gifts Will Fund Innovation in the Arts, Support College of Education Students

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actor from "Hookman" play

'Hooked' on Thrills

Theater Students to Premiere ‘Existential Slasher Comedy’

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‘Exiled’ From the Stage

Ph.D. Student’s Experimental Theater Project to Get Audiences Moving

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