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Long Story Short – February 4, 2013

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This week, Daily Bruin Opinion columnist Alexandra Tashman joins the hosts to discuss the Los Angeles mayoral debates that happened in Royce Hall last Monday. Also, Staff Meteorologist James Murakami gives a tour of the weather forecasting instruments used to predict weather on campus. Read more...

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Westwind editors share poetic words

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Westwind poetry editors and English students with poetry creative writing concentrations fourth year Stefan Karlsson, third year Kevin Mosby, and fourth year Jake Eisenmann join the hosts of Long Story Short for a special segment on the release of their annual print journal. Read more...

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Long Story Short – January 14, 2013

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This week, Dr. David Baron from the UCLA Ashe Center talks about the influenza virus and why students should get vaccinated. Also, theater and vocal performance students discuss nuances of the cinematography, acting, and musical soundtrack of the movie ‘Les Miserables,’ while first-year vocal performance student Dominic Delzompo second year English student Jade Hage perform songs from the musical. Read more...

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Students share their plans for the end of the world

Students share their plans for the end of the world

With the Mayan calendar's doomsday prediction drawing near, students and professors wonder if Dec. 21, 2012 could be the day they draw their last breath. UCLA world arts and culture professor David Shorter shares the significance behind the ancient prophecy, while UCLA students describe what they would do if the end of the world was just two weeks away.

"Students share their plans for the end of the world"

With the Mayan calendar's doomsday prediction drawing near, students and professors wonder if Dec. 21, 2012 could be the day they draw their last breath. UCLA world arts and culture professor David Shorter shares the significance behind the ancient prophecy, while UCLA students describe what they would do if the end of the world was just two weeks away.

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