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After school program helps kids stay out of trouble

After school program helps kids stay out of trouble

Valley View News

September 27, 2016

Los Angeles Police Department has started a program to help kids stay out of trouble in their neighborhoods. The new Jeopardy Program is offered at Van Nuys middle school where students face the reality of gang life and gang violence. Jeopardy helps children learn discipline, self-defense, self-respect...

Online Privacy: Terms and Conditions May Apply

Online Privacy: Terms and Conditions May Apply

Frank Addelia

May 14, 2016

On Point reports on tech privacy, with CSUN Marketing Professor Kristen Walker, CSUN Communication Studies Professor Gina Giotta, Pierce College Computer Science Professor Luis Celada and Guardian reporter Nellie Bowles. Moderator: Sofia Levin Anchor: Mariah Robinson ...

California Dreaming: Affordable Rent

California Dreaming: Affordable Rent

Frank Addelia

May 14, 2016

On Point reports on the housing crisis in Los Angeles with CSUN Economics Professor Shirley Svorny, CSUN Political Science Professor Tom Hogen-Esch, and Union De Vecinos co-director Elizabeth Blaney. Moderator: Haley Kramer Anchor: Ajo Adelaja

CSUN Matador News – May 12, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – May 12, 2016 – YouTube

Frank Addelia

May 12, 2016

House Speaker Paul Ryan meets with Donald Trump in an attempt to unite the Republican Party, a police e-mail ordering the Brussels metro to close down minutes before the March terrorist attack went unread because it was sent to the wrong address, and the Golden State Warriors advance to the Western Conference...

CSUN Matador News – May 11, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – May 11, 2016 – YouTube

Frank Addelia

May 12, 2016

Italy has passed a bill giving legal recognition to same sex couples, and President Obama will be the first president to visit Hiroshima, Japan -- the site of the atomic bomb drop during World War II. Matador News reporter Sheraine Atkinson gets student reaction on the upcoming, record-breaking CSUN...

CSUN Matador News – May 5, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – May 5, 2016 – YouTube

Frank Addelia

May 6, 2016

Hillary Clinton is in Los Angeles today, raising funds for the fight against Republican candidate Donald Trump, and fires continue to burn in western Canada. Matador News Reporter Jordan Williams has the latest on the new state regulations raising the age for buying tobacco products to 21, and reporter...

CSUN Matador News – May 4, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – May 4, 2016 – YouTube

Frank Addelia

May 5, 2016

Ohio Governor John Kasich drops out of the Republican Presidential Race, and Matador News reporter Sharon Carrillo talks to CSUN students about Donald Trump being the now likely Republican nominee. A fire in Canada forces the evacuation of some 80,000 people, and sources confirm that an addiction specialist...

CSUN Matador News – April 27, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – April 27, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

April 27, 2016

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump vows to "shake the rust off America's foreign policy", in what is billed as a major policy speech, and former House Speaker Dennis Hastert is sentenced to 15 months in prison after being accused of sexually abusing young boys as a wrestling coach forty years...

CSUN Matador News – April 20, 2016

CSUN Matador News – April 20, 2016

Matador News

April 25, 2016

President Obama visits Saudi Arabia, and the Treasury Department announces that Harriet Tubman will be the new face on the 20 dollar bill, replacing Andrew Jackson. Matador News reporter Sheraine Atkinson talks to CSUN Geology Professor Richard Heermance about the recent earthquakes, and reporter Michael...

CSUN Matador News – April 13, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – April 13, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

April 25, 2016

A new poll shows most Americans want the Senate to meet and vote on Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, and a new study says smokers are less able to hold onto their jobs. Matador News reporter Jackie Wawee reports on today's Associated Students elections at CSUN, and reporter Flor Tolentino has reaction...

CSUN Matador News – April 21, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – April 21, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

April 25, 2016

Music legend Prince dies at his home in Minnesota at 57 years old, and President Obama meets with Gulf leaders to discuss issues in the region. Matador News reporter Carolyne Hogikyan talks to CSUN Africana Studies Professor Monica Turner about Harriet Tubman and the new $20 bill, and reporter Gabrielle...

CSUN Matador News – April 14, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – April 14, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

April 19, 2016

Kobe Bryant ends his 20 year career in the NBA last night, scoring 60 points in the Lakers' win, and an octopus named Inky finds fame and freedom after escaping from a New Zealand aquarium. Matador News reporter Suzy Rose has reaction to Kobe's last game, and reporter Jael Allen talks to CSUN student...

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