Babu Ayindo gives Arts and Peacebuilding presentation

Dr. Babu Ayindo, a Kenyan expert in conflict transformation and peacebuilding, is visiting Brandeis for a week, speaking at several events and classroom open sessions. In his first presentation on campus, Ayindo joined a session of “Documenting the Immigrant Experience,” a course taught by Prof. Azlin Perdomo (CAST/HIST), on Tuesday, March 6. The class is […]

Homophobic violence is on the rise

The Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage was a Constitutional right in 2015. This year, a record number of LGBT people are running for Congress, and there are a record number of seven openly LGBT Congress members. It’s possible to take these signs of political and social progress for LGBT people as an indication that […]

Women’s basketball ends season with a loss

The Brandeis women’s basketball team closed out their season with a 58-46 loss to Springfield College, a Division III team from Springfield, MA. With the loss, the Judges’ season ended as the team finished with a 12-13 overall record. The Judges had a slow first half, getting outscored by 15 points in the first quarter […]

Track and field finishes season, sends six to NCAAs

Brandeis track and field competed in the final meet before the indoor national championships starting on Friday, March 9. Running at Tufts University in the Tufts Last Chance Meet, Brandeis put a few of its NCAA-qualifying runners to rest before the following weekend. The highlight of the meet was the women’s relay, featuring a team […]

Baseball struggles in first games of the season

The Brandeis men’s baseball team started off their season this week with games on Monday against University of Massachusetts at Boston and on Tuesday against Salem State. The baseball team dropped both games, losing to UMass Boston 1-4 and Salem State 4-7. The Judges started their season with an away game against third-ranked UMass Boston. […]