Friday, November 22

Long Story Short – May 28, 2012

Long Story Short – May 28, 2012

May 28, 2012 "“ Happy Memorial Day! In honor of the holiday, Christyana Cabal spoke with members of ROTC on what this special day of remembrance means to them.

Then, Taylor Erickson previews Black Tent Theatre Company's production of "The Hour of the Wolf." This brand-new, student-run theatre group was founded this quarter. Erickson interviews the director of the play, Casey Holmberg, a second-year theater student, and one of the supporting actors, Jake Flatto, a second-year mathematics student on the vision they have for their program. The theater company will hold their performances in the parking lot of the Weyburn Terrace apartments off Gayley Avenue in Westwood Village Thursday through Sunday.

Afterward, third-year English student and accordionist Melinda West, who just performed last week with the Balkan Music Ensemble, will share a couple tunes on her accordion. As a musician, composer and active ensemble player, West shares with us the quirks of being an accordionist.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

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"Long Story Short – May 28, 2012"

May 28, 2012 "“ Happy Memorial Day! In honor of the holiday, Christyana Cabal spoke with members of ROTC on what this special day of remembrance means to them.

Then, Taylor Erickson previews Black Tent Theatre Company's production of "The Hour of the Wolf." This brand-new, student-run theatre group was founded this quarter. Erickson interviews the director of the play, Casey Holmberg, a second-year theater student, and one of the supporting actors, Jake Flatto, a second-year mathematics student on the vision they have for their program. The theater company will hold their performances in the parking lot of the Weyburn Terrace apartments off Gayley Avenue in Westwood Village Thursday through Sunday.

Afterward, third-year English student and accordionist Melinda West, who just performed last week with the Balkan Music Ensemble, will share a couple tunes on her accordion. As a musician, composer and active ensemble player, West shares with us the quirks of being an accordionist.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

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Long Story Short – May 21, 2012

Long Story Short – May 21, 2012

May 21, 2012 "“ Long Story Short gets a taste of the tea of Taiwan, the stories of Prime magazine's 2012 spring edition and the spiritual messages behind spoken word poetry. As a new social change club on campus, Bruins for Taiwan strives to raise awareness regarding the struggles Taiwan faces with being recognized as an independent country.

Ginny Wu, a second-year economics student, and Robin Lee, a second-year global studies student, talk about last Thursday's event called "Tea 101 and Tea Ritual."

Then, Ken Huang, a second-year psychology student and photo editor of Prime, shares the quirky stories featured in the magazine, which hits newsstands tomorrow.

To end the night, Long Story Short invites Adam Provinchain, a third-year mechanical engineering student, to share his spoken word poetry with a spiritual message.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

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"Long Story Short – May 21, 2012"

May 21, 2012 "“ Long Story Short gets a taste of the tea of Taiwan, the stories of Prime magazine's 2012 spring edition and the spiritual messages behind spoken word poetry. As a new social change club on campus, Bruins for Taiwan strives to raise awareness regarding the struggles Taiwan faces with being recognized as an independent country.

Ginny Wu, a second-year economics student, and Robin Lee, a second-year global studies student, talk about last Thursday's event called "Tea 101 and Tea Ritual."

Then, Ken Huang, a second-year psychology student and photo editor of Prime, shares the quirky stories featured in the magazine, which hits newsstands tomorrow.

To end the night, Long Story Short invites Adam Provinchain, a third-year mechanical engineering student, to share his spoken word poetry with a spiritual message.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

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Long Story Short – May 14, 2012

Long Story Short – May 14, 2012

May 14, 2012 – Hear voices from politics and poetry this week on Long Story Short. President Obama came out in favor of same-sex marriage last week. Communications studies Professor Tim Groeling discusses the implications of this announcement. A few students give their reactions as well. Then, the English department's Poetry Contest winners third-year English student Stefan Karlsson and fourth-year English student Gabriel Malikian share with us their pieces "So Long Frank" and "Fixing My Father's Bandsaw."

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

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"Long Story Short – May 14, 2012"

May 14, 2012 – Hear voices from politics and poetry this week on Long Story Short. President Obama came out in favor of same-sex marriage last week. Communications studies Professor Tim Groeling discusses the implications of this announcement. A few students give their reactions as well. Then, the English department's Poetry Contest winners third-year English student Stefan Karlsson and fourth-year English student Gabriel Malikian share with us their pieces "So Long Frank" and "Fixing My Father's Bandsaw."

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

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Long Story Short – Artist Kathy Brew talks the art of aging with her project, “˜Going Gray’

Long Story Short – Artist Kathy Brew talks the art of aging with her project, “˜Going Gray’

May 7, 2012 – To dye or to not dye? That is the question. Artist, curator, and educator Kathy Brew chats on the phone with Christyana Cabal about going from occasionally dying her hair to finally embracing her gray, curly locks. They discuss Brew's project "Going Gray," which explores today's cultural attitudes towards aging and the ideas of maintaining youth. Her exhibit will open on Thursday at the Art | Sci Gallery from 5-7 p.m. as part of the "Art of Aging" symposium. In addition, she will also give a talk at the symposium, which is hosted by the UCLA Institute of Society and Genetics this weekend.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Listen to the whole episode here or visit our broadcast archive.

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"Long Story Short – Artist Kathy Brew talks the art of aging with her project, “˜Going Gray’"

May 7, 2012 – To dye or to not dye? That is the question. Artist, curator, and educator Kathy Brew chats on the phone with Christyana Cabal about going from occasionally dying her hair to finally embracing her gray, curly locks. They discuss Brew's project "Going Gray," which explores today's cultural attitudes towards aging and the ideas of maintaining youth. Her exhibit will open on Thursday at the Art | Sci Gallery from 5-7 p.m. as part of the "Art of Aging" symposium. In addition, she will also give a talk at the symposium, which is hosted by the UCLA Institute of Society and Genetics this weekend.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Listen to the whole episode here or visit our broadcast archive.

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Long Story Short – May 7, 2012

Long Story Short – May 7, 2012

May 7, 2012 – Long Story Short shares weird stories from the Internet, from national duck-calling scholarships to nude maid services and online dating for dogs. Then, artist, curator, and educator Kathy Brew talks about her exhibit "Going Gray", which explores the cultural attitudes towards aging and the reasons for maintaining a youthful appearance. She will also make an appearance at the "Art of Aging" symposium this weekend at the Art | Sci Gallery, hosted by the UCLA Institute of Society and Genetics. And lastly, ASUCLA might be upgrading the caliber of dining options in Ackerman Union by installing a sit-down restaurant that would serve alcohol. While some recognize the financial benefits and the "classiness" of the restaurant, some are cautious about the inclusion of alcohol on a dry campus. Daily Bruin columnists Hayden Padgett and Charley Guptill iron out the pros and cons of this debate.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

"Long Story Short – May 7, 2012"

May 7, 2012 – Long Story Short shares weird stories from the Internet, from national duck-calling scholarships to nude maid services and online dating for dogs. Then, artist, curator, and educator Kathy Brew talks about her exhibit "Going Gray", which explores the cultural attitudes towards aging and the reasons for maintaining a youthful appearance. She will also make an appearance at the "Art of Aging" symposium this weekend at the Art | Sci Gallery, hosted by the UCLA Institute of Society and Genetics. And lastly, ASUCLA might be upgrading the caliber of dining options in Ackerman Union by installing a sit-down restaurant that would serve alcohol. While some recognize the financial benefits and the "classiness" of the restaurant, some are cautious about the inclusion of alcohol on a dry campus. Daily Bruin columnists Hayden Padgett and Charley Guptill iron out the pros and cons of this debate.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

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Long Story Short – Apr. 30, 2012

Long Story Short – Apr. 30, 2012

April 30, 2012 – From expression on the basketball courts to the concert halls, Long Story Short reviews a week of what it takes to perform for the crowd. On Friday, Cabal attended the senior music composition recitals and listened to compositions by Edward Ryan and Kirk Naylor, both fourth-year composition students, as well as Emad Borjian, a fifth-year ethnomusiciology student. Then, on Sunday, Erickson watched UCLA's Spirit Squad auditions. She spoke with Mike Drell, a second-year art history and psychology student about the life of a cheerleader from a male's shoes, followed by judge Ken Bencomo, who discusses the specifics of qualified cheerleading technique and showmanship.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

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"Long Story Short – Apr. 30, 2012"

April 30, 2012 – From expression on the basketball courts to the concert halls, Long Story Short reviews a week of what it takes to perform for the crowd. On Friday, Cabal attended the senior music composition recitals and listened to compositions by Edward Ryan and Kirk Naylor, both fourth-year composition students, as well as Emad Borjian, a fifth-year ethnomusiciology student. Then, on Sunday, Erickson watched UCLA's Spirit Squad auditions. She spoke with Mike Drell, a second-year art history and psychology student about the life of a cheerleader from a male's shoes, followed by judge Ken Bencomo, who discusses the specifics of qualified cheerleading technique and showmanship.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.

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Long Story Short – UCLA student shares “˜A Light Tale’ about young boy’s fears

Long Story Short – UCLA student shares “˜A Light Tale’ about young boy’s fears

April 23, 2012 – "A Light Tale" is a fictional story written by second-year physiological science student Chris Williams. It's about a young boy who struggles to confront his fear of darkness, monsters and spiders in his house. Williams is a member of the Writer's Den, a student-run club on campus that provides a friendly environment for students to share their literary works and receive constructive feedback.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on” UCLAradio.com”:http://uclaradio.com/. Listen to the whole episode here or visit our broadcast archive.

"Long Story Short – UCLA student shares “˜A Light Tale’ about young boy’s fears"

April 23, 2012 – "A Light Tale" is a fictional story written by second-year physiological science student Chris Williams. It's about a young boy who struggles to confront his fear of darkness, monsters and spiders in his house. Williams is a member of the Writer's Den, a student-run club on campus that provides a friendly environment for students to share their literary works and receive constructive feedback.

Long Story Short streams Mondays at 6 p.m. on” UCLAradio.com”:http://uclaradio.com/. Listen to the whole episode here or visit our broadcast archive.

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