How does America define marriage and family? The answer to that question has changed enormously over the past generation. On Point talks to two experts in marriage and family: psychologist Alice Berkowitz, and St. Mel Parish Associate Pastor Vivian Ben Lima.
Almost two million Americans are expected to receive bachelor's degrees this year. Many of these college graduates will be looking for jobs, and many of them are already saddled with debt from student loans. On Point talks to financial aid expert Gregorio Alcantar from CSUN's Financial Aid & Scholarship Department, job developer Daniel Levitch from CSUN's Career Center, and Douglas Marriott, director of the Los Angeles Valley College Job Resource Center.
More and more young people are trying to conform to the idealized image of beauty and health they see in media everyday, but psychologists say that image is a distorted one, and young people may face serious health issues trying to achieve their "dream look".
On Point talks with Dr. Veronica Stotts, coordinator for the Joint Advocates on Disordered Eating at CSUN, and Dr. Ramani Durvasula, psychology professor at CSULA, about the issue of body image, and what healthy people should see and feel when they look into the mirror.
Djs have become central figures in today's popular music scene by bringing performance, music, dance and words together into a mix of technique and technology. CSUN's On Point looks at what defines a DJ and what inspires them with CSUN Communications Studies Prof. Bernardo Attias, co-editor of a new book about the phenomenon, and two CSUN students and professional DJs, Christopher Perez and Joshua Lin.