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Talia Richman

Writer

Talia Richman covers city schools and higher education for The Baltimore Sun. She joined the paper in 2017 after graduating from the University of Maryland. She spent four years reporting for The Diamondback, and conducted the independent student newspaper’s first Ouija board interview. Talia's work has appeared in The Oregonian, USA Today and The Dallas Morning News, her hometown newspaper. For story tips and podcast recommendations, give her a call: 410-332-6012.

Recent Articles

  • Fourth Baltimore Ceasefire begins Friday

    Fourth Baltimore Ceasefire begins Friday

    Friday marks the beginning of the fourth “Baltimore Ceasefire” weekend, a grassroots effort to reduce the violence plaguing the city. The 72-hour event centers around the rallying cry, “Nobody kill anybody.” There are blood drives, rallies, movie nights and food collections scheduled throughout...

  • Baltimore celebrates college bound students with first-ever Signing Day

    Baltimore celebrates college bound students with first-ever Signing Day

    Students from across the city stepped out of yellow buses Friday morning and poured into Royal Farms Arena. Drummers and lines of volunteers greeted them with high-fives and cheers as they made their way to Baltimore’s first-ever College Signing Day event. As the students walked into the arena...

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