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Profiting from Punishment

Profiting from Punishment

Matador News

April 19, 2016

The United States has the largest prison population in the world, but much of the system is operated by private corporations with the potential to make huge profits from the imprisonment of the often African American inmates who are serving time for drug-related crimes. On Point reports with CSUN Political...

Touchdown in Inglewood

Touchdown in Inglewood

Matador News

April 11, 2016

In January, National Football League owners voted to allow Inglewood, California to build a new stadium for the Los Angeles Rams. On Point reports with Inglewood High School football coach James Sims, CSUN Urban Studies & Planning Department Chair Dr. Robert Kent and Inglewood/Airport Area Chamber...

CSUN Matador News – April 7, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – April 7, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

April 7, 2016

One psychiatric hospital escapee has been caught and one is still on the loose in Washington state; and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios is now open. Matador News reporter Arianna Takis gets student reaction to next week's possible CSU faculty strike, and reporter Celene Zavala...

CSUN Matador News – April 6, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – April 6, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

April 7, 2016

Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland continues to meet Senators; Ted Cruz and Bernie Cruz score big wins in Wisconsin, and the Clippers beat the Lakers again. Matador News reporter Susana Guzman reports on CSUN student reaction to the impending faculty strike, and reporter Eric Sklar has the latest...

Moving Forward

Moving Forward

Matador News

April 2, 2016

University officials are urging the city of Los Angeles to support better public transportation alternatives for CSUN's almost 50,000 students, faculty and staff; with no subway or light rail connections to the west San Fernando Valley and few rapid bus lines, multi-hour commutes are not unusual for ...

CSUN Matador News – March 30, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – March 30, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

March 31, 2016

President Obama commutes the sentences of 61 people in prison for drug crimes, and the Los Angeles City Council considers softening the city's law enforcement policies against homeless people. Matador News reporter Morgan Bertolotti talks to the Institute for Sustainability's Sarah Johnson about this...

CSUN Matador News – March 17, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – March 17, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

March 17, 2016

Secretary of State John Kerry says ISIS is responsible for genocide against ethnic and religious groups in Syria and Iraq; SeaWorld visitors will soon say so long to Shamu; Matador News reporter Jordan Williams talks to CSUN's Assistant Director of Student Involvement Christopher Aston about Grad Fest...

CSUN Matador News – March 16, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – March 16, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

March 17, 2016

President Obama nominates a federal appeals court judge to fill the vacant seat on the Supreme Court, and the CDC urges doctors to be more careful about prescribing opiates for pain. Matador News reporter Eric Kaback talks to Political Science Professor Nicholas Dungey about challenges the Republican...

Gas Destruction

Gas Destruction

Matador News

March 17, 2016

The Porter Ranch gas leak is the largest methane leak in U-S history, affecting the health and well-being of thousands of Los Angeles residents, with a potentially disastrous impact on the environment. On Point reports with Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council member Cheri Derohanian, Dr. Loraine Lundquist...

CSUN Matador News – March 9, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – March 9, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

March 17, 2016

The casket of former First Lady Nancy Reagan is transported to the Reagan Library in Simi Valley for a two day public viewing, and a massive gas line explosion hits a Seattle neighborhood, injuring nine firefighters. Matador News reporter Nick Torres talks to CSUN professor and California Faculty Asso...

Redshirting: Changing the Game

Redshirting: Changing the Game

Matador News

March 17, 2016

The growing trend of parents who redshirt their children prior to high school athletic competition leaves youth sports torn between ethical values and winning. On Point reports with Williams S. Hart Pony Baseball President Michael Eberle, former college football player and current high school coach Trajuan...

CSUN Matador News – March 3, 2016 – YouTube

CSUN Matador News – March 3, 2016 – YouTube

Matador News

March 17, 2016

Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and current GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump are trading insults; a viral video appears to show a Baltimore police officer hitting a student, and Netflix releases the fourth season of its political intrigue series House of Cards. Matador News reporter...

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