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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.


American flags planted on McKeldin Mall

Waving—and Planting—the Flags for Remembrance

Campus Veterans Commemorate Victims of 9/11 Attacks

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Kristopher Oliveira poses in chair

‘We Are Here to Celebrate and Uplift’

LGBTQ+ Equity Center Welcomes New Director

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"Smashing Statues" book

A ‘Smashing’ Read

First Year Book Explores Past, Present and Future of Monuments

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student reads note on backpack on McKeldin Mall

What You Need to Know for Fall ’23: Mental Health

UMD Counseling Center Offers Round-the-Clock Resources for Terps

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collage of different hip-hop artists

‘Never Thought That Hip-Hop Would Take It This Far’

As Genre Turns 50, ARHU Dean, Ethnomusicologist Lists 12 Songs That Mirrored American History

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Ryan Bunch poses with "Oz and the Musical" book on yellow background with Wizard of Oz doodles

Following the Yellow Brick Road

Alum to Head International Wizard of Oz Club

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Screengrabs from "House of Cards," "Veep," "The Wire" and "We Own This City"

Lights, Camera, More Action in Maryland

UMD Alum Heads Maryland Entertainment Council, Geared Toward Attracting Films and TV Series to the State

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On stage image of tiger in life of pi

Eyes (and Paws) of the Tiger

Alum and Faculty Member Star in Broadway Production of ‘Life of Pi’

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mourners gather with purple balloons

An End to the Bleeding

UMD Researchers Partner With Knoxville, Tenn., on Data-Driven Approach to Reducing Gun Violence

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Dian Seidel points to the words "A Cat in the Tree" as kindergarteners watch in a classroom

Language Opens Doors to Alum’s Book

Retired Climate Scientist Spent Months Teaching English to Thai Kindergarteners

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Gayle King sits on a bed in a residence hall

A Commencement Speech Fit for a King

News Anchor Gayle King ’76 Recalls Life, Love and Ledo on First Return to Campus

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Damon Brooks at Knight Hall

‘I Refuse to Lie Down’

Paralyzed in an Accident 11 Years Ago, Graduating Senior Redefines Himself as Sports Journalist

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