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Each week on "University College" we will discuss issues ranging from politics and economic empowerment to Black fatherhood and pop culture. We try to provide a nuanced discussion about a vast array of subject matter from the perspective of three Black Males who are family men and have been friends for more than 10 years. We hope you join us and we appreciate the feedback. For booking, please email universitycollege@yahoo.com. Listen. Discuss. Engage. Be the Change.
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Feb 28, 2017

In Episode 26, we delve into naturopathic medicine with Dr. DeJarra Sims of Bastyr University and author of “Your Healthiest Life Now.” She provides great context about naturopathic medicine and how it differs from homeopathic medicine. Full of personality, Dr. “DJ” provides answers to several other questions, including her beliefs about a certain herb for pain management.

Our second-to-last episode of our Black History Month Wellness series, this episode is sure to make you re-think what you thought you knew about alternative forms of medicine, and other issues involving health.  You can also purchase her book by visiting: Your Healthiest Life Now on Amazon.

Dr. DJ Sims Information:

(858) 246-9730

4110 Sorrento Valley Boulevard

San Diego, CA 92121

Feb 22, 2017

It was a family affair on Episode 25 of University College! We had the Dynamic Duo, husband-wife team of Derek Flora and Tiffany Flora as our special guests to discuss the benefits of physical fitness--but more specifically how to find your reason for wanting to become healthier. The Flora's dropped a lot of amazing information about everything from training and work life balance, to their favorite personal transformations.

 

 
 
We also discuss recent politics, listen to Mike's Black History Month Parting Shot, and take a look at NBA All Star Weekend.
Feb 17, 2017
In Episode 24, we talk with Brittany King, of The Career Collective, about deconstructing the stigma attached to mental health issues in the Black community, and about how to create a business from a vision to fruition. In her role as a Chief Career Strategist, she is the embodiment of how to be the change. She brings a very personal and powerful story that you have to hear to believe. We also discuss the dumpster fire that is the Trump Administration. Was Adele's comment about Beyonce akin to saying "I have a Black friend?" Is Chance the Rapper part of a movement of new rappers that are "woke"? We tackle all of this and much more. We hope you'll join us. For comments, etc. we can be reached at the following: Email: universitycollege@yahoo.com Instagram: @UCollege, @DocCrm, @iOpine11 Twitter: @UnivCollegeBTC, @DocCrm, @iOpine11
Feb 5, 2017
*Language NSFW* Episode 23 hold back absolutely nothing. Special guest Boyede Sobitan, of Oja Express, brings an emotion with him about everything ranging from Trump to Clarence Thomas, while discussing the violence in Chicago in between all of that. We weigh in on the difference in mentality between African Americans and first generation African immigrants now living in America. Its a great discussion overall. Instagram: @uCollege, @DocCrm, @iOpine11 Twitter: @UnivCollegeBTC
Feb 2, 2017

In this very special episode we discuss the recent Women's March and Muslim Ban protests with a very special guest, Jainy Savla. She tells us what made her participate, what she learned and whether she believes it could be the start of a new movement.  Please join us for this very special episode.

Feb 1, 2017

This week we look at Trump and the latest batch of executive orders. We also discuss the Women's March to the extent that we can. We discuss the current state of the media and how it covers President Trump. Is the media responsible for the current state of affairs? And should you ever use "wet" on the radio/tv? Please join us for an insightful discussion.

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