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Long Story Short – April 2, 2012

Long Story Short – April 2, 2012

April 2, 2011 – This week, Long Story Short's new co-hosts Taylor Erickson and Christyana Cabal debut the first spring quarter show with interviews about alternatives. Second-year molecular and cell developmental biology student Reece Fenning had an alternative spring break, setting up health clinics in Nicaragua through the UCLA Global Medical Training program. Random Voices beatboxer and first-year Design | Media Arts student Julia Ramos shares the alternative musical style of beatboxing as she prepares for this weekend's California A Cappella Festival. Last but not least, first-year undeclared student Nathan Palman talks about alternative and quick methods to achieving corporate success. He's starring in the UCLA Hooligan Theatre Company's "How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying," which which runs April 5-7 at the Freud Playhouse.

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

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"Long Story Short – April 2, 2012"

April 2, 2011 – This week, Long Story Short's new co-hosts Taylor Erickson and Christyana Cabal debut the first spring quarter show with interviews about alternatives. Second-year molecular and cell developmental biology student Reece Fenning had an alternative spring break, setting up health clinics in Nicaragua through the UCLA Global Medical Training program. Random Voices beatboxer and first-year Design | Media Arts student Julia Ramos shares the alternative musical style of beatboxing as she prepares for this weekend's California A Cappella Festival. Last but not least, first-year undeclared student Nathan Palman talks about alternative and quick methods to achieving corporate success. He's starring in the UCLA Hooligan Theatre Company's "How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying," which which runs April 5-7 at the Freud Playhouse.

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

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Long Story Short – Female beatboxer keeps rhythm going for UCLA’s Random Voices a cappella group

Long Story Short – Female beatboxer keeps rhythm going for UCLA’s Random Voices a cappella group

April 2, 2011 – This Saturday, UCLA is holding the 11th annual California A Capella Festival. Julia Ramos, a first-year Design | Media Arts student is a member of Random Voices. While the sopranos, altos, tenors and basses hold the pitch, it is Ramos' role to keep the rhythm as the group's beatboxer. With few young women beatboxers out there, Ramos voices her opinion on how being a beatboxer should not be defined by gender.

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 – Female beatboxer keeps rhythm going for UCLA’s Random Voices a cappella group"

April 2, 2011 – This Saturday, UCLA is holding the 11th annual California A Capella Festival. Julia Ramos, a first-year Design | Media Arts student is a member of Random Voices. While the sopranos, altos, tenors and basses hold the pitch, it is Ramos' role to keep the rhythm as the group's beatboxer. With few young women beatboxers out there, Ramos voices her opinion on how being a beatboxer should not be defined by gender.

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 – Cast member of Hooligan Theatre Company’s upcoming “˜How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ examines show’s themes

Long Story Short – Cast member of Hooligan Theatre Company’s upcoming “˜How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ examines show’s themes

April 2, 2011 Nathan Palman, a first-year undeclared student, will be starring in the Hooligan Theatre Company's upcoming musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." Palman discusses the show's themes of success, deception and power, along with his enthusiasm for taking on a role in his first collegiate musical.

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 – Cast member of Hooligan Theatre Company’s upcoming “˜How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ examines show’s themes"

April 2, 2011 Nathan Palman, a first-year undeclared student, will be starring in the Hooligan Theatre Company's upcoming musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." Palman discusses the show's themes of success, deception and power, along with his enthusiasm for taking on a role in his first collegiate musical.

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 – UCLA students gain hands-on experience in Nicaragua with Global Medical Training

Long Story Short – UCLA students gain hands-on experience in Nicaragua with Global Medical Training

April 2, 2011 – This spring break, students in the UCLA Global Medical Training chapter embarked on a trip to Nicaragua to set up health clinics. Fresh out of finals and under the supervision of medical professionals, these students diagnosed and treated part of the Nicaraguan population, half of which is living under the poverty line. Living up to the organization's motto, "Do by learning," Global Medical Training students gained hands-on experience through their interactions with the local community.

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 – UCLA students gain hands-on experience in Nicaragua with Global Medical Training"

April 2, 2011 – This spring break, students in the UCLA Global Medical Training chapter embarked on a trip to Nicaragua to set up health clinics. Fresh out of finals and under the supervision of medical professionals, these students diagnosed and treated part of the Nicaraguan population, half of which is living under the poverty line. Living up to the organization's motto, "Do by learning," Global Medical Training students gained hands-on experience through their interactions with the local community.

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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A voice from 'The Vagina Monologues'

A voice from 'The Vagina Monologues'

Mar. 7, 2012 – This past weekend, second-year communications and international development studies student Kausar Mohammed was a co-producer and performer in "The Vagina Monologues." Famous for its unabashed bluntness, “The Vagina Monologues” is an episodic play that recounts true stories relating to female sexuality. It addresses issues ranging from rape and domestic violence, to tampons and types of clothing a vagina would wear. The on-campus production was sponsored by the Social Awareness Network for Activism through Art and the Bruin Feminists For Equality, to raise funds and awareness for V-Day, an international organization with a mission to end violence against women. The Daily Bruin speaks with Mohammed to discuss her views on feminism as well as the play's criticisms.

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"A voice from 'The Vagina Monologues'"

Mar. 7, 2012 – This past weekend, second-year communications and international development studies student Kausar Mohammed was a co-producer and performer in "The Vagina Monologues." Famous for its unabashed bluntness, “The Vagina Monologues” is an episodic play that recounts true stories relating to female sexuality. It addresses issues ranging from rape and domestic violence, to tampons and types of clothing a vagina would wear. The on-campus production was sponsored by the Social Awareness Network for Activism through Art and the Bruin Feminists For Equality, to raise funds and awareness for V-Day, an international organization with a mission to end violence against women. The Daily Bruin speaks with Mohammed to discuss her views on feminism as well as the play's criticisms.

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From books to spirit: Keeping the Yaqui language alive

From books to spirit: Keeping the Yaqui language alive

Feb. 1, 2012 – Arturo "Tudy" Tisnado, a third-year American Indian studies student, shares his passionate devotion to revitalizing Yaqui, the language of his Yoeme kin in Arizona. Proud of his traditional Native American identity, Tisnado wears colorful scrunchies to tie his long, sleek pony tail together; a thin mustache neatly paints his upper lip and a colorful beaded necklace hangs around his neck. Since fall quarter, he's been studying a Yaqui grammar book to learn the indigenous language of his culture to eventually teach it in schools.

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"From books to spirit: Keeping the Yaqui language alive"

Feb. 1, 2012 – Arturo "Tudy" Tisnado, a third-year American Indian studies student, shares his passionate devotion to revitalizing Yaqui, the language of his Yoeme kin in Arizona. Proud of his traditional Native American identity, Tisnado wears colorful scrunchies to tie his long, sleek pony tail together; a thin mustache neatly paints his upper lip and a colorful beaded necklace hangs around his neck. Since fall quarter, he's been studying a Yaqui grammar book to learn the indigenous language of his culture to eventually teach it in schools.

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Christian group Living Waters sparks debates by sharing pro-life views on Bruin Walk

Christian group Living Waters sparks debates by sharing pro-life views on Bruin Walk

October 28, 2011 – A heated religious debate sparked on Bruin Walk on Tuesday. On a gloomy afternoon, groups of students gathered in front of Kerkhoff Hall to argue with preachers from Living Waters, an international Christian organization whose mission that day was to distribute a pro-life documentary and to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. [3:19]

"Christian group Living Waters sparks debates by sharing pro-life views on Bruin Walk"

October 28, 2011 – A heated religious debate sparked on Bruin Walk on Tuesday. On a gloomy afternoon, groups of students gathered in front of Kerkhoff Hall to argue with preachers from Living Waters, an international Christian organization whose mission that day was to distribute a pro-life documentary and to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. [3:19]

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