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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.

"Face Tube (Our Portal)" by Alyssa Imes

In the ‘Midst’ of It All

New Exhibit at Stamp Gallery Highlights Graduate Students’ Work During COVID

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Art installation in parking lot

‘Lots’ of Art

New Installation Repurposes Open Parking Spaces to Celebrate Campus Creativity

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Students walk by the Armory

A New Terp’s Guide to the UMD Galaxy

Recently Launched Program Links Incoming Students With Seasoned Undergrads

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Illustration of a tangled wire plugged into a smartphone, forming the shape of a face

Can Machine Learning See Suicide Risk in Social Media Posts?

A UMD Researcher Dives Into the Data to Improve Mental Health Care

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LEGO robot

Doing the Robot All the Way to the Smithsonian

First-year Student’s Creation in ‘Girlhood’ Exhibit

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Harriet Tubman drawing

A Day to Remember Harriet Tubman

Event Celebrates Revolutionary’s Legacy, Department’s Name Change

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Brandon Donahue, painter, in front of Cole Field House mural about David C. Driskell

Mural of a Lifetime

Collage-Style Painting in Cole Field House Honors Towering Figure in African American Art

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Tarana Burke

‘Healing in Action and Action in Healing’

#MeToo Founder Talks to Terps on How to Start—and Sustain—Social Change

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"Machinal" dress rehearsal performance

An Old Scandal-Turned-Play Gets New Tech Treatment

Virtual Production of ‘Machinal’ Incorporates Video Projections, Lighting Innovations

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School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies production "Ghost Bride"

$9M Gift Founds New Institute for Performance and Technology in the Arts

Michael and Eugenia Brin’s Generosity Pushes Fearless Ideas Campaign Total to $1.4 Billion

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Brad and Stacey Brown wedding photo

A Valentine to COVID Wedding Hopefuls

Couples Celebrating Nuptials on Campus Creatively Adapt

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Collage of three pieces from "In Focus: Representations of Black Womanhood" exhibit: “Body Study Ego,” “Revolving Points” and “Black Girl Bitter”

Black Womanhood ‘In Focus’

Stamp Gallery Exhibition Questions Traditional Notions of Identity

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