Two of the oldest undergraduate students in UCLA’s Class of 2014 share their stories:
Andrew Florez, 69, is the oldest undergraduate student graduating this year. After health issues made him rethink what he wanted to do with the rest of his life, he applied to UCLA with the desire to spend that time doing something he loves.
Robert Skeels, 48, is one of the oldest returning undergraduate students to graduate this year. Despite the challenges of being a returning student, he chose to come back to UCLA and finish the degree in classical civilization that he began almost 20 years ago.
Lights, camera, action! Join hosts Kathleen McGovern and Meral Arik in this special Long Story Short Spring Sing edition. Listen to a performance and Q&A with contestant Resonance A Cappella, followed by stories from Company’s fourth-year biochemistry student Anthony DeBenedetti and fourth-year history student Luke Gane, and a round of Spring Sing trivia.
Join us on Long Story Short for the latest updates on the USAC election with the Daily Bruin’s Jillian Beck, Eitan Arom and Natalie Delgadillo. First, they clarified the Election Board’s role in the election and talked about the board’s possible infringement on media coverage, followed by overviews of each slates’ platforms.
Want to de-stress? Mindfulness may be your answer. The UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center provides guided mindful awareness meditation sessions every day of every week in and around UCLA.
Meral Arik and Kathleen McGovern return for fifth week’s installment of Long Story Short with sweet sounds and food. First, Kayla Ow discusses her new company, SuperFood Creations, and her visions for its future, while Stephanie Sybert shares her exploration of the musical and cultural emergence of Taiko de Samba in Brazil.
Long Story Short returns with Meral Arik and new broadcast host Kathleen McGovern. Recap spring break with a montage of scared and silly reactions to the recent earthquakes, followed by coverage of the 26-hour-long journey of this year’s Dance Marathon.
This Valentine’s Day The Shakespeare Company at UCLA takes the bard’s words of love directly to your loved one. Daily Bruin Radio speaks with members of the group about the unique holiday event and indulges in a performance of one of the bard’s most famous sonnets: sonnet 18.
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