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Long Story Short – October 14, 2013

By Meral Arik

Oct. 14, 2013 8:51 p.m.

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In 2006, when Professor David Delgado Shorter visited the Yoeme Indians of Sonora, Mexico, he attended a mourning ceremony known as Lutu Pahko. Tonight, he discusses how his film, “Lutu Chuktiwa: Cutting the Cord,” which will be presented at Kaufman Hall Thursday, explores the lifestyles of indigenous peoples. Afterward, second-year Afro-American studies student Maurice Wheatley, also known as Ace Mack, and second-year electrical engineering student Sam Goldberg drop us a beat and show us a thing or two about free-style rapping. Lastly, Professor Danny Oppenheimer dissects the economic and political causes for the government shutdown and mentions probably methods to come closer to an agreement between the opposing parties.

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