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Long Story Short – March 30, 2015

Long Story Short - March 30, 2015

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Alex Hyun and Dariane Nabor host spring quarter’s first episode of Long Story Short. First, Dr. Jody Heymann, founding director of WORLD Policy Analysis Center, discusses their new report called “Closing the Gender Gap.” Next, first-year biochemistry student Grant Schulte, fourth-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student Joey Orpilla, third-year mechanical engineering student Clara Takahashi, computer science and engineering alum Jackie Jin and fourth-year music history student Devin Gunay from Game Music Ensemble at UCLA share about their upcoming Nintendo concert.


Long Story Short – March 2, 2015

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Chirag Govardhan and Jennifer Crane host winter quarter’s seventh episode of Long Story Short. First, we talk to the executives of Foundations Choreography, Mrinal Chawla, a second-year electrical engineering student, and Vincent Tang, a third-year neuroscience student, about their upcoming showcase. More »

Campus theater groups, students explore plays relevant to modern life

Campus theater groups, students explore plays relevant to modern life "Connie Zhou 1st Piece Stage Three" from Daily Bruin Radio Piece Opera, Musical and Theatre by Connie Zhou. Released: 2015. Genre: Daily Bruin Radio Journalism Piece. "Campus theater groups, students explore plays relevant to modern life"
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Campus theater groups, students explore plays relevant to modern life "3.3.radio.theatre". "Campus theater groups, students explore plays relevant to modern life"
Campus theater groups, students explore plays relevant to modern life "3.3.radio.theatre". "Campus theater groups, students explore plays relevant to modern life"

  The performing arts are often rose-tinted binoculars that probe into reality. Popular Italian opera “I Due Figaro”transmits a feminist message within a 19th century context. More »


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