What do a high school teacher, a college student and a stand-up comedian have in common? Comedy, of course. On Point reports on the punch line with high school and improv teacher Doug Kayne, improv student and actor Brandon Killham, and stand-up comedian Ashley Craib.
Americans have many misconceptions about homegrown terrorism in the U.S. and its perpetrators. On Point reports with Dr. Erroll Southers, USC's Director of Homegrown Violent Extremism Studies and Director of International Programs, and Edina Lekovic, Director of Policy and Programming at the Muslim Public Affairs Council.
The incoming Trump administration has proposed policies targeting undocumented students, and now many students at CSUN and throughout California are fearful of what new immigration policies could mean for them, and for their friends and families. On Point reports with Dreamer Chris Farias, and CSUN Asian American Studies professor and EOP Faculty Mentor Coordinator Glenn Omatsu.
College sports teams generate millions of dollars every year, but the players don't get any of that money. On Point reports with CSUN Kinesiology Professor Dr. Jacob Jensen and CSUN baseball player Conner O'Neil.