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New Study Reveals Consistency In Latino Voting

A new study from Pew Research shows that Latino views on politics has not changed much since 2012.

The brain of psychopathic killers

As part of CSUN’s Richard W. Smith lecture series, Dr. James Fallon, a neuroscientist at the University of California, Irvine who studies the biological basis of human behavior lectured on the brains of psychopathic...

Marijuana U On Point looks at the increasing use of marijuana among college students, with University Counseling Service's Shannon Franklin and registered nurse Margaret Spryzynski. Guests: Margaret Spryzynski, Shannon Franklin

CSUN’s On Point: April 28th, 2015

Graduation: What's On The Other Side? On Point looks at the challenge of finding a job with CSUN Career Center's Patricia Gaynor, and LAVC's Career Counselor Doug Marriott.

United Airlines stocks drop after passenger incident

United Airlines has stirred up controversy after dragging a passenger off an overbook flight Sunday afternoon. According to USA Today, the company saw a massive drop in stock on Tuesday after the incident. Approximately...
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Silicon Valley Professional’s Family Fears Deportation

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...

Picking oranges with Food Forward

Rudy Morelos, accounting major, and about 20 others stood on ladders to pick the oranges from CSUN’s Orange Grove along Nordhoff Street. “Food Forward is an organization that likes to help out those in...