Wednesday, June 23, 2021

NewsSportsArtsOpinionThe QuadPhotoVideoIllustrationsCartoonsGraphicsThe StackPRIMEEnterpriseInteractivesPodcastsClassifieds


Tracking COVID-19 at UCLAViolence in Palestinian Territories and Israel2021 Pride Month

Long Story Short – February 25, 2014

By and Meral Arik

Feb. 25, 2014 11:28 p.m.

Jonaki Mehta and Meral Arik host Long Story Short tonight at 6 p.m. on To start off the show, Opinion editor Eitan Arom, sociology graduate student Rahim Kurwa, and third-year human biology and society student Tammy Rubin discuss February 25th’s student government divestment resolution. With Black History Month in full swing, Kamilah Moore, a fourth-year political science student and the chair of the Afrikan Student Union, talks about the history behind the “The Black Experience” mural in Ackerman Union, which will be revealed later this month. Afterward, third-year art student and film screening chair of Hip Hop Congress, Mukhtar Kaissi joins us to speak about the goals of this organization and the upcoming events to close out Black History Month.

Share this story:FacebookTwitterRedditEmail
Meral Arik
Featured Classifieds
Apartments for Rent

2BR 2 Bath, 1200 sq.ft. $4,000; Large and extra large 1BR 1 Bath $2,600 and $2,700 (perfect for three people); parking included. Available July 1 OR September 1. Beautifully landscaped courtyard building, laundry room, pool. 691 Levering Avenue
(310) 208-3647

More classifieds »
Related Posts