The Sports section of the Justice is starting a new column called "Jury Duty" that hopes to spotlight different athletes every week. Please email if you would like to nominate someone. My hope and aim for  is to bridge the gap between student athletes and non student athletes by highlighting relatable content to make the community feel more approachable. If you see a highlighted athlete around campus, maybe introduce yourself if you have the same taste in music! Or head to Gosman and cheer them on.

Caitlin Gresko ’25, a forward on Brandeis Women’s Basketball, has consistently been putting up strong numbers for the Judges and is this week’s Jury Duty. Her performance on the court has earned her a 2023 All-UAA Honorable Mention and the 2023 Athletic Director’s Award. She is also a 2022-2023 UAA Winter All-Academic Recognition Honoree. Off the court, she is a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and The Hidden Opponent (THO) chapter at Brandeis. Majoring in Biology and minoring in Psychology, Gresko plans to attend Physician Assistant school after her undergraduate studies. Her passion for medicine has led her to work as a medical assistant whenever sports schedules have allowed her to since high school. Gresko has worked in an otolaryngology practice, as well as an urgent care, and gained immense experience and knowledge in the field. Another strong passion of hers is art; she loves creating, observing, and appreciating many forms of art in the world around us, whether man-made or natural. 

An observant person, Gresko enjoys finding artistic touches in almost everything around her. She loves to indulge in painting and drawing, as well as writing, analyzing, and appreciating lyrics of different artists and architecture. Some of Gresko’s favorite artists to listen to are Billie Eilish, SZA, Labrinth, Travis Scott, and Renee Rapp, and she enjoys a wide range of music. Other fun facts about Gresko include her love for vanilla ice cream, her “all-time favorite”, and scented candles. “Growing up, my mom always had different candles for different times of the year … her hobby carried over to me.” You can often find her at Gosman, doing work in the Barry Harsip ‘73 Student Lounge, but Gresko also said she loves hanging out in upper Usdan. “You can often find me throughout the day sitting at some of the tables near The Hive just hanging out with anyone that's around,” she said.