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Scholarly Activist Loses DACA Status, Gains Legal Practice

Scholarly Activist Loses DACA Status, Gains Legal Practice

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

Lizbeth Mateo has been an activist for undocumented immigrants since college. She graduated from CSUN and Santa Clara Law School as an undocumented student. Mateo recently opened her own practice less than one year after being sworn in as an attorney. She says all her work has prepared her for this moment. “This...

Asians and DACA

Asians and DACA

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

Asians are the fastest growing group of undocumented people in the U-S, according to the Pew Research Center. Of those 1.7 million immigrants, 130 thousand are DACA eligible. “I came to the United States when I was 10 years old, and I’m 25 now so I’ve been here for about 15 years,” said DACA...

Deported Businessman Separated From Family

Deported Businessman Separated From Family

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

Julian Montanez, a San Fernando Valley resident, was deported to Mexico last week. He owns an air conditioning business which supports his family. He was caught numerous times for traffic violations and felonies. After visiting his parole officer, he was caught by ICE. He says if he tries to come back...

Silicon Valley Professional’s Family Fears Deportation

Silicon Valley Professional’s Family Fears Deportation

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

More than 800,000 DACA recipients fear for their livelihoods. Twenty-eight-year-old Karen Ordaz is one of them. She’s a successful media producer for a Silicon Valley high tech company. Despite career success, Ordaz says she still stresses about her future even though her company supports her staying...

African DACA’s

African DACA’s

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

The Pew Research Center reports, over four thousand people from Africa living in the U.S. are DACA recipients. Many of whom are students. Cal State University, Northridge graduate Umu Rodgers, from Sierra Leone Africa says her father is the reason why she is here in the U.S. “It was always a...

Lawful Street Vending

Lawful Street Vending

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

The Los Angeles City Council voted to decriminalize street vending last year. A proposed state bill would do the same. It's called SB 496. Some community organizers like David DeVoss say the state's effort is far-fetched. "The state certainly doesn't have the assets to regulate it," said Valley Vote...

Facial Recognition Restaurant

Facial Recognition Restaurant

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

Caliburger in Pasadena has teamed up with NEC Facial Recognition to enhance their business. When customers come in to order their food, all they have to do is smile. The restaurant has a kiosk that allows you to pay for your food only using your face. "We actually are cutting out about 30 seconds...

CSUN DACA Resources

CSUN DACA Resources

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

Cal State Northridge is home to the largest population of undocumented students in the CSU system, according to the school DREAM Center. In 2016, the DREAM center opened to assist students with various resources, even before they are admitted to the University. “We offer a variety of student resources,...

CSUN Gun Scare

CSUN Gun Scare

Valley View News

February 19, 2018

A Snapchat video showed a gun inside a car on Cal State Northridge's campus. After three hours, police called the video a hoax. Police say the man behind the video was an armored truck driver. The video was posted around 9 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 16. It was taken behind the Oviatt Library. CSUN Campus...

CSUN: Are you aware? – Executive Order 1100

CSUN: Are you aware? – Executive Order 1100

Kelcey Henderson

October 19, 2017

CSUN, are you aware that the California State University, Northridge faculty senate voted Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, not comply with Executive Order 1100. The order can potentially eliminate a portion of the general education requirement that includes comparative cultural studies. Check out the order...

Deadly crash takes the lives of two CSUN students and two others

Deadly crash takes the lives of two CSUN students and two others

Kelcey Henderson

October 11, 2017

A car crashed and took the lives of its four passengers, Martin Gomez, 20, Denney Lomeli, 20, Amanda Alfar, 22, and Leena Ammari, 21. Both Amanda and Denney were CSUN students. The accident took place on Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, around 11 p.m near the intersection of Balboa Boulevard and Lassen Street.

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 ...

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