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On Point: Mechanical engineering students build a car

Asher Silberman

May 9, 2014

Hosts: Teemant and Lewis Guests: CSUN Mechanical Engineering students Mayra Montesinos and Ryan Camiré, with CSUN Geography Professor Steven Graves

Matador News: Students confident about final exams

Asher Silberman

May 9, 2014

President Obama visits California, China offers help in the search for the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls, and CSUN students prepare for final exams. Anchors: Melissa Trahin, Jessica Hernandez, Andrea Bautiste and Carolina Najarro. Producers: Romy Ginsberg, Alex Corey, Bryan Ramirez and Timothy...

Matador News: Get ready for finals and graduation

Asher Silberman

May 7, 2014

President Obama visits the Southland, and CSUN students prepare for exams and graduation. Matador News reporter Alejandra Vasquez talks to Alumni Relations Program Coordinator Jonathan Adrias about the "From Books to Briefcases" career preparation event. Ala Rabhi reports on the services and events...

On Point: Third district board of supervisors race

Asher Silberman

May 3, 2014

Guests: Los Angeles Board of Supervisors candidates Bobby Shriver and Sheila Kuehl

Matador News: Throw away your make-up at the I Am Me event

Asher Silberman

May 1, 2014

A gas leak explosion at a Florida jail kills two inmates, and May Day is celebrated around the world. Here at CSUN, Matador News reporter Zoe Reynolds talks to Rachel Hirsen about today's I Am Me event, and reporter Jeanette Orallo gets some tips for easing exam stress from Living Well Lounge director...

Matador News: Board of supervisors candidates at CSUN

Asher Silberman

April 30, 2014

Los Angeles Board of Supervisors candidates Sheila Kuehl and Bobby Shriver appear on CSUN's On Point to discuss issues facing the third district Matador News reporter Laura Camelo talks to Groov3Ment's Benjamin Allen about taking dance workout classes to relax before exams. Nathaly Alcala has the...

Matador News: Heatwave and 20 mph winds the rest of the week

Asher Silberman

April 29, 2014

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver Bans Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life. Anchors: Danny Max, Monica Olivas and Emerald Zellers Producers: Rebecca Lopez and Jasmine Vaughn

Digital Foreplay: The truth about online dating

Asher Silberman

April 25, 2014

Online dating sites and apps like Tinder and Plenty of Fish are changing relationships. Online dating is a new, and some say easy way for people of all ages to start relationships. On Point’s Aleksandar Milojkovich talks to marriage and family therapist Allison Cohen, CSUN Psychology Professor Lu...

Summer teenage drama workshops this summer at CSUN

Asher Silberman

April 25, 2014

Matador News reporter Stephanie Murguia talks to Teen Age Drama Workshop coordinator Doug Kaback about this summer's programs. Reporter Melissa Trahin has the music and the story from today's Freedom Sings event at the USU. Anchors: Zoe Reynolds. Courtney Wallace, Lorena Mejia and Jeanette Orallo. Producers:...

Freedom Sings celebrates the 1st Amendment with live music and EPA pollution maps

Asher Silberman

April 23, 2014

Matador News reporter David Lujan talks to CSUN Journalism professor Stephanie Bluestein about tomorrow's Freedom Sings event, celebrating the First Amendment on the Plaza Del Sol. Reporter Alejandra Vasquez talks to Environmental and Occupational Health Professor Peter Bellin about the new pollution...

Production of television and feature films leaving LA

Asher Silberman

April 22, 2014

Matador News reporter Danny Max talks to Cinema and Television Arts Professor Dr. Robert Gustafson about runaway television production. Anchors: Merrita Llarena, Tara Soudbaksh, Cynthia Carrazco. Producers: Emerald Zellers and Rebecca Lopez.

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