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    Tuesday night on 6:30 Point of View on KX4, we continued our "Inside the Mind of a Millennial" series host sat down Wednesday (Nov. 13) in a classroom with six NDSU students and talked to them about
    Tuesday night on 6:30 Point of View on KX4, we continued our "Inside the Mind of a Millennial"  series with six NDSU students.
  • Inside the Mind of a Millennial

    Inside the Mind of a Millennial

    6:30 Point of View sat down Wednesday (Nov. 6) in a classroom with six NDSU students and talked to them about their feelings on whether the NSA and if Social Security should be an opt-in/ opt-out program.
    6:30 Point of View sat down Wednesday (Nov. 6) in a classroom with six NDSU students and talked to them about their feelings on whether the NSA and if Social Security should be an opt-in/ opt-out program.

6:30 Point of View on KX4 continues Wednesday with a series we're calling "Inside the Mind of a Millennial."  This time, the millennials are firing back at some of the negative feedback they'd received during the first two installments and expressing their views on a variety of topics including Social Security, the NSA, marriage equality, pot legalization, congressional term limits, money in politics, and the pigeonholing of theirs as an apathetic generation.

Time constraints meant we could not show you the entire discussion on-air. However, we thought it important that you should be able to hear the millennial panelists' views on higher ed and the role of the government; we're including these web-exclusive videos above!


6:30 Point of View is an interactive and controversial opinion-oriented talk show on KXJB (Channel 4) in the Red River Valley of North Dakota and Minnesota.

Viewers are encouraged to share their point of view on what they think should be done by email [630POV@valleynewslive.com] or by texting or leaving a voicemail on the POV Hotline: 701-369-3187.

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