Tuesday, November 12

Long Story Short – UCLA’s LaMi String Quartet offers hospital patients relaxation, enjoyment through Music at the Med

Long Story Short – UCLA’s LaMi String Quartet offers hospital patients relaxation, enjoyment through Music at the Med

April 23, 2012 – This Wednesday, Christyana Cabal attended Music at the Med, a concert series presented by the UCLA Health System and the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. Performed at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center by UCLA's own music students, the concerts share familiar and beloved pieces with patients and their families. In the midst of white walls and medicine, the music temporarily transports its audience away from the hospital setting and into a world of ease and enjoyment. Cabal spoke with Hillary Smith, a graduate student in the cello and Ambroise Aubrun, a doctoral student in the violin from UCLA's LaMi String Quartet. They share their experiences of playing music in a hospital setting.

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’s LaMi String Quartet offers hospital patients relaxation, enjoyment through Music at the Med"

April 23, 2012 – This Wednesday, Christyana Cabal attended Music at the Med, a concert series presented by the UCLA Health System and the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. Performed at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center by UCLA's own music students, the concerts share familiar and beloved pieces with patients and their families. In the midst of white walls and medicine, the music temporarily transports its audience away from the hospital setting and into a world of ease and enjoyment. Cabal spoke with Hillary Smith, a graduate student in the cello and Ambroise Aubrun, a doctoral student in the violin from UCLA's LaMi String Quartet. They share their experiences of playing music in a hospital setting.

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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Long Story Short – Students jazz up UCLA campus with duet on “˜Play Me, I’m Yours’ piano

Long Story Short – Students jazz up UCLA campus with duet on “˜Play Me, I’m Yours’ piano

April 23 , 2012 "”mdash; Long Story Short captures a spontaneous concert of UCLA students jazzing it up on the upright piano outside Royce Hall. To promote the international "Play Me, I'm Yours" movement, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra recently installed the piano on the UCLA campus to promote spontaneous public performances. The musical lineup: first-year undeclared humanities student Stephanie Sybert and first-year biology student Devin Gunay perform a duet, "Cry Me a River" by Randy Brecker. Then, Gunay performs a ragtime solo, "Euphonic Sounds," by Scott Joplin.

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 – Students jazz up UCLA campus with duet on “˜Play Me, I’m Yours’ piano"

April 23 , 2012 "”mdash; Long Story Short captures a spontaneous concert of UCLA students jazzing it up on the upright piano outside Royce Hall. To promote the international "Play Me, I'm Yours" movement, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra recently installed the piano on the UCLA campus to promote spontaneous public performances. The musical lineup: first-year undeclared humanities student Stephanie Sybert and first-year biology student Devin Gunay perform a duet, "Cry Me a River" by Randy Brecker. Then, Gunay performs a ragtime solo, "Euphonic Sounds," by Scott Joplin.

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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Long Story Short – April 23, 2012

Long Story Short – April 23, 2012

April 23, 2012 – String quartets, piano players, creative writers and all that jazz. This week on Long Story Short, Christyana Cabal interviews Hillary Smith, a graduate student in the cello and Ambroise Aubrun, a doctoral student in the violin, from UCLA's LaMi String Quartet. LaMi recently performed at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for the concert series "Music at the Med," a program designed by the UCLA Health Center and the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music for patients, family members and hospital staff to enjoy.

Then Taylor Erickson catches Stephanie Sybert, a first-year undeclared humanities student, and Devin Gunay, a first-year biology student, performing a jazz duet at the "Play Me, I'm Yours" piano in front of Royce Hall.

Afterward, we feature our first short story reading by Chris Williams, a second-year physiological science student and a member of the Writer's Den on campus. He recites "A Light Tale," a piece of prose about a young boy confronting his paralyzing fear of darkness and spiders.

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

"Long Story Short – April 23, 2012"

April 23, 2012 – String quartets, piano players, creative writers and all that jazz. This week on Long Story Short, Christyana Cabal interviews Hillary Smith, a graduate student in the cello and Ambroise Aubrun, a doctoral student in the violin, from UCLA's LaMi String Quartet. LaMi recently performed at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for the concert series "Music at the Med," a program designed by the UCLA Health Center and the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music for patients, family members and hospital staff to enjoy.

Then Taylor Erickson catches Stephanie Sybert, a first-year undeclared humanities student, and Devin Gunay, a first-year biology student, performing a jazz duet at the "Play Me, I'm Yours" piano in front of Royce Hall.

Afterward, we feature our first short story reading by Chris Williams, a second-year physiological science student and a member of the Writer's Den on campus. He recites "A Light Tale," a piece of prose about a young boy confronting his paralyzing fear of darkness and spiders.

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 – April 16, 2012

Long Story Short – April 16, 2012

April 16, 2012 – This week on Long Story Short, Taylor speaks with Dr. Stella Chow, the UCLA psychologist from UCLA Counseling and Psychological Service) about a workshop she is hosting at the Dashew Center Thursday on the cross-cultural differences in dating. Then, Christyana interviews Molly Howland, a third-year neuroscience student and president of Supporting Peers in Laidback Listening (S.P.I.L.L). It is an anonymous online peer-to-peer system where students can confidentially "spill" their problems and receive feedback and comfort from trained supporters. Lastly, Taylor and Christyana share a few laughs with third-year psychology student Paige Weldon and fourth-year English student Lewis Sequeira as they share their lives as comedians and discuss UCLA's Stand-Up Comedy Club's upcoming event, "Bruin Up Laughs," which will take place Tuesday at the Kerckhoff Coffee House.

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

"Long Story Short – April 16, 2012"

April 16, 2012 – This week on Long Story Short, Taylor speaks with Dr. Stella Chow, the UCLA psychologist from UCLA Counseling and Psychological Service) about a workshop she is hosting at the Dashew Center Thursday on the cross-cultural differences in dating. Then, Christyana interviews Molly Howland, a third-year neuroscience student and president of Supporting Peers in Laidback Listening (S.P.I.L.L). It is an anonymous online peer-to-peer system where students can confidentially "spill" their problems and receive feedback and comfort from trained supporters. Lastly, Taylor and Christyana share a few laughs with third-year psychology student Paige Weldon and fourth-year English student Lewis Sequeira as they share their lives as comedians and discuss UCLA's Stand-Up Comedy Club's upcoming event, "Bruin Up Laughs," which will take place Tuesday at the Kerckhoff Coffee House.

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 – Wake Up brings peace, compassion through meditation workshop

Long Story Short – Wake Up brings peace, compassion through meditation workshop

April 9, 2012 "”mdash; On Sunday, Long Story Short co-host Taylor Erickson attended "Wake Up L.A.," a six-hour meditation workshop offered by Wake Up, an international Buddhist movement that aims to teach college students practical exercises in order to cultivate peace and compassion in their bustling lives. The Daily Bruin interviews a monk, a nun and a layperson: Brother Phap Chieu, Sister Lang Nghiem and Mark Jantzi. They discuss the importance of being in touch with inner emotions.

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 – Wake Up brings peace, compassion through meditation workshop"

April 9, 2012 "”mdash; On Sunday, Long Story Short co-host Taylor Erickson attended "Wake Up L.A.," a six-hour meditation workshop offered by Wake Up, an international Buddhist movement that aims to teach college students practical exercises in order to cultivate peace and compassion in their bustling lives. The Daily Bruin interviews a monk, a nun and a layperson: Brother Phap Chieu, Sister Lang Nghiem and Mark Jantzi. They discuss the importance of being in touch with inner emotions.

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 – April 9, 2012

Long Story Short – April 9, 2012

April 9, 2012 – From politics in the classroom to contemplating our inner emotions, finding a balance is key. A recently published Wall Street Journal article argues that professors in the UC system are indoctrinating students with leftist propaganda. Daily Bruin columnist Alexandra Tashman responds to the article and contests his argument on the issue of politicization in the classroom.

On Sunday, Long Story Short co-host Taylor Erickson attended The Day of Mindfulness, a six-hour meditation workshop hosted by Wake Up. It's an international Buddhist movement that aims to teach college students the art of mindfulness and cultivating inner peace in their bustling lives.

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 – April 9, 2012"

April 9, 2012 – From politics in the classroom to contemplating our inner emotions, finding a balance is key. A recently published Wall Street Journal article argues that professors in the UC system are indoctrinating students with leftist propaganda. Daily Bruin columnist Alexandra Tashman responds to the article and contests his argument on the issue of politicization in the classroom.

On Sunday, Long Story Short co-host Taylor Erickson attended The Day of Mindfulness, a six-hour meditation workshop hosted by Wake Up. It's an international Buddhist movement that aims to teach college students the art of mindfulness and cultivating inner peace in their bustling lives.

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 – Daily Bruin columnist challenges recent Wall Street Journal story about liberal bias in the UC

Long Story Short – Daily Bruin columnist challenges recent Wall Street Journal story about liberal bias in the UC

April 9, 2012 "”mdash; Three lefts make a right, but according to a recent Wall Street Journal column by Peter Berkowitz, too many lefts may not lead the University of California in the right direction. Berkowitz references a recent study by the California Association of Scholars, which finds that UC students are receiving a weak and unbalanced education because of liberal bias. In response, Opinion columnist Alexandra Tashman has challenged this statement by bringing to light her views about the realities of left and right agendas in the UC system's curriculum.

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 – Daily Bruin columnist challenges recent Wall Street Journal story about liberal bias in the UC"

April 9, 2012 "”mdash; Three lefts make a right, but according to a recent Wall Street Journal column by Peter Berkowitz, too many lefts may not lead the University of California in the right direction. Berkowitz references a recent study by the California Association of Scholars, which finds that UC students are receiving a weak and unbalanced education because of liberal bias. In response, Opinion columnist Alexandra Tashman has challenged this statement by bringing to light her views about the realities of left and right agendas in the UC system's curriculum.

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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