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Sabina Leybold '17

Sabina Leybold ’17



Hi!

My name is Sabina Leybold, and I’m a junior communication management and design major with minors in communication disorders and Spanish. I’m from Portland, Oregon—and yes, it is a lot like Portlandia. 

When I’m not writing for Fuse, I work as a peer career advisor at Career Services, write and perform poetry at Spit That, and serve as treasurer of IC Project Sunshine, a chapter of a national nonprofit that works to brighten the days of children in long-term medical stays. I’m also part of the Leadership Scholar Program, 180 Degrees Consulting, and IC Women in Communications.

In my spare time you can find me reading, taking photos, and traveling. I’m also obsessed with cooking new recipes, especially if they involve sriracha. 




Stories by Sabina

Students share their knowledge of diverse cultures with their peers.

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Barry Mendelson '65 returned to campus to teach a mini-course on event planning titled Everybody Loves a Parade.

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The D.O.P.E. Steppers take the stage at Step Fest, a celebration of dance for Black History Month at IC. 

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Jaylene Clark Owens '10 brings her original "poetrical" performance about the gentrification of Harlem to IC's campus. 

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Leadership Academy teaches student-athletes important skills that not only make them good role models for their teammates, but also prepare them for professional success after graduation. 

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In just three weeks, a first-year seminar class researched, wrote, and performed a play about race, mental health, and power dynamics on campus. 

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Sociology and health professors take to IC's organic garden to teach students about global food systems. 

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It's not just fun and games for Sara Fisher '14, who uses the power of fun to connect with neurological patients and people with disabilities. 

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Luis Torres '18 campaigned to change Merriam-Webster's definition of "nude" to remove its implication of whiteness.

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Sabina Leybold '17 finds her niche at the Student Organization Fair

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