STUDENT STORYTELLER: Adriana Gleaton ’17 is a writer of sci-fi and gothic fiction and took part in the JBS Storytelling as Social Practice program this summer.
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BALANCED ATTACK: Forward Chris Bradley ’16 dribbles the ball and surveys the field against Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
QUICK DRIBBLE: Forward Zach Viera ’17 dribbles the ball upfield against Bridgewater State University this past Tuesday night.
SYMBOLS OF PEACE: A hamsa, representing peace and protection, hangs from the roof of one of the two houses in “One to One Installation (detail)” (2015).
BURST OF SPEED: Midfielder Josh Ocel ’17 (right) sprints away from a Tufts University defender during the team's 2-0 win last Sept.
LEANING IN: Catcher Madison Gagnon ’16 awaits a pitch in a game versus the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth on April 17.
INCREASING OPPORTUNITIES: Bond spoke about his work advancing social justice for African Americans during the Civil Rights era.
WALKING IN SILENCE: Participants walk in silence down Rabb Steps at the beginning of one of the five walks.
GOLD GLOVE: Amanda Genovese ’15 waits for a groundball in the victory against the University of Massachusetts Boston.
CELEBRATING LIFE: Students at the annual Relay for Life event hold a banner for the American Cancer Society, for which they raised funds.
ADDRESSING POLITICAL PRINCIPLES: Ben Shapiro discussed what he referred to as the principles of leftism and liberalism.
GROUNDBALL: First baseman Kyle Brenner ’15 scoops up the ball against the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth last April.
THE STRETCH: Pitcher Ryan Healy ’16 throws a pitch in the Judges’ 6-5 victory in 11 innings over Curry College last April 22.
EYES ON THE BALL: Infielder Liana Moss ’17 makes contact in the Judges’ 8-6 victory against Emerson College last May.
CROSSCOURT SHOT: Michael Arguello ’17 serves in the Judges’ home defeat to Bowdoin College last March 29.
WEEK IN RESIDENCE: Vocalist Faraga Qasimova spent a week at Brandeis, speaking at classes and performing her music.
OUT ON HER OWN: Qasimova began her singing career performing with her father but is now transitioning to begin her solo career in Mugham music.
ADDRESSING CONCERNS: Students and administrators came together to discuss sexual assault policies and other issues.