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Vegan and vegetarian diets are growing in popularity

Asher Silberman

April 18, 2014

Hosts: Koenig and Ladiana Guests: Vegans Marilyn Peterson, Keith Sikora, Dr. Diana Shore

Carnavale Comes to CSUN and more eclipses

Asher Silberman

April 17, 2014

  Negotiators in Geneva report progress in today's talks over the tensions in Ukraine Matador News reporter Stephanie Murguia talks to James Jewett about the new Matador Sports Network and club sports here at CSUN Reporter Courtney Wallace talks to Physics Professor Dr. Jan Dobias about this...

Graduation ticket deadline passes and Annual Juried Art Student Exhibition starts

Asher Silberman

April 16, 2014

We have the latest on the South Korean ferry rescue and Jay-Z's Labor Day music festival. With five weeks until graduation, Matador News reporter Katie Fauskee has the latest information on tickets. Matador New reporter Robert Zamora talks to Exhibition Coordinator Michelle Giacopuzzi about the Annu...

Advice on avoiding exposure to Heartbleed Bug security flaw

Asher Silberman

April 15, 2014

The Heartbleed Bug affected at least 500,000 websites, according to Netcraft.  Changing your password to affected sites is recommended. Below is a partial list of websites affected, along with other tips to avoid being exposed to this security flaw. ClassifiedAds.com Downloads.com ...

Chicano studies 45th anniversary and Jackie Robinson Day

Asher Silberman

April 15, 2014

It is Jackie Robinson Day. Matador News reporter Mihkel Teemant talks to CSUN Journalism Professor Dr. Marcella DeVeaux about the impact of the legendary Hall of Famer. Anchors: Nicole Edenedo, Rebecca Lopez and Monica Olivas. Producers: Edgar Gaona and Emerald Zellers.

Re-development of downtown Los Angeles and homelessness

Asher Silberman

April 5, 2014

Guests: Dr. Robert Kent, chair of CSUN's Urban Studies and Planning Department, and Jerry Neuman, land use attorney and homeless advocate Moderator: Judith Retana; Anchor: Jamie Gonzaga

President of Associated Students won by twice as many votes

Asher Silberman

April 3, 2014

The latest on the Fort Hood shooting and earthquakes in Chile. Plus, Matador News reporter Erin O'Mara talks to CSUN Child and Adolescent Development Professor Virginia Huynh about her study of teenagers and sleep. And Matador News reporter Ben Ladiana has the results of the Associated Students election. Anchors:...

Children of color suspended more often & students respond to minimum wage proposal

Asher Silberman

April 2, 2014

The Supreme Court rules on campaign finance, and Matador News reporter Cherney Amhara talks to CSUN Educational Psychology and Counseling Professor Shyrea Minton about new government studies showing children of color are suspended more often than white children. Anchors: Karen Guzelian, Lauren Llanos,...

Matador Motorsports team designs a car from the ground up

Asher Silberman

April 1, 2014

Matador News reporter Mihkel Teemant talks to the head of CSUN's Society of Automotive Engineers about their race-car building club, and about the General Motors' recall. Anchors: Precious Allen, Gladys Amezcua and Shelby Thompson Producers: Danny Max, Edgar Gaona and Nikki Edenedo.

Ready for Uber Lyft off: transportation is changing

Asher Silberman

March 28, 2014

Guests: Uber Driver Terry Jones, Professor Mintesnot Woldeamanual and Professor Wallace Zane

Athletes react to college football union ruling

Asher Silberman

March 27, 2014

President Obama meets with Pope Francis Associated Students host All That Art in the Plaza Del Sol CSUN athletes react to the ruling on unionizing college football players. Anchors: Ben Ladiana, Stephanie Murguia, Natalie Palacios and Sal Samayoa. Reporters: Romy Ginsberg, Stephanie Murguia an...

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