Ultimate Frisbee takes second at national championships

Unsung heroes put together a dominant performance on the big stage

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Kathryn Graddy: Putting a value on stolen art

Julian Cardillo '14

Boston's latest case of missing art begs the question: does stolen artwork gain value once it's found? Brandeis International Business School professor and art auction expert Kathryn Graddy sits down with BrandeisNOW to help answer that question. More »

Brandeis Magazine’s Spring issue has sprung

Pick up the current issue to read about Brandeis-educated curators who are shaking up the museum world. Meet Nadia Hashimi ’00, who writes novels that explore Afghanistan. Take a peek at how Brian Donahue ’82, MA’93, PhD’95, constructed a “slow-wood” house. And, in a Q&A with politics professor Jytte Klausen, learn what experts are discovering about domestic jihadism. More »

Schuster Institute’s dogged work helps bring one man his freedom

By Julian Cardillo '14

After 21 years in prison, Angel Echavarria, who has maintained his innocence against murder charges for years, might be within touching distance of his freedom. More »