CSUN | On Point: What the Number 1100 Means to CSUN
The CSU Chancellor’s Executive Order 1100 is intended to increase graduation rates by lowering general education requirements. On Point reports on the potential impact on students, and on the response of many CSUN faculty, with CSUN Gender & Women’s Studies Department Chair Professor Breny Mendoza, Chicano/a Studies Department Chair Professor Gabriel Gutierrez, and CSUN English Department Professor Scott Andrews, also a member of the 2016 Task Force on the Advancement of Ethnic Studies.
Moderator: Morgan Ball
Producer: Diego Girgado
Anchor: Joselynn Castro
Social Media Editors: Tyler Jones and Shannon Ozburn
Reporters: Morgan Ball, Joselynn Castro, Diego Girgado, Tyler Jones, Minerva Medrano and Shannon Ozburn
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CSUN On Point is the California State University, Northridge Journalism Department’s 30-minute news and public affairs show. Advanced level journalism students in the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communication produce the show with the assistance of faculty advisors Sally Turner, executive producer, and Lincoln Harrison, director. The show covers newsworthy topics including current affairs and in-depth issues.
On Point students are divided into three teams, each responsible for researching, writing and producing four shows over the course of the semester. This includes pitching a story, writing the content, constructing interview questions, booking the guests, working together to produce and tape the show and editing. In addition, other students are responsible for the upkeep of the On Point website as well as managing all aspects of publicity and social media. The high skills and unique talents of On Point advanced journalism students are reflected in the professionalism and production value of the segment.
The mission of the Department of Journalism at California State University, Northridge is to prepare its students to become well-educated principled citizens who are capable of initiating careers as skilled journalists, public relations practitioners and other related communication professionals. Its goal is to stress a balance between the theoretical and practical elements of journalism and mass communication while helping to attain a solid foundation in liberal arts. This type of forward-thinking teaching allows for students to get the education they need to succeed as communicators in today’s complex and changing world.
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