Austin Ma and Kelly Yeo host fall quarter’s second episode of Long Story Short. First, students on Bruin Walk share some tips and tricks that make life at UCLA much easier, and hosts Kelly Yeo and Austin Ma discuss some interesting tips and tricks for freshmen. Next, they interview Dr. Yoram Cohen who is currently in Israel. He is a professor at UCLA who hopes to save the campus millions of gallons of water with his project.
Long Story Short – Oct. 5, 2015
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