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University College Podcast

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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Nov 16, 2017

This week, we take a quick look at the GOPs "Roy Moore" problem. As more and more allegations continue to surface about his alleged criminal interactions with underaged women--what exactly will the GOP do? Is this all a setup to put current Attorney General Jeff Sessions back as senator of Alabama so that a new AG can kill the Russia investigation?

We also look at revisions to the proposed tax plan, as well as GQ Magazine's 2017 Man of the Year. Here's a hint, its Colin Kaepernick.

Nov 7, 2017

Welcome back to the U.C.! This week, we send special prayers and thoughts to the victims of Sutherland Springs, Texas--site of yet another mass shooting. We discuss the timeline of the tragedy as well as opine about vigilante justice.

Does Trump's new tax plan work for your income range? We break down the in's and out's for you.

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Nov 3, 2017

You're probably going through the PVAMU Homecoming hangover. No problem, come hang with the men of UC Podcast. This week, we discuss the latest indictments of Paul Manafort and Rick Gates and how it will impact Trump.

We also discuss the fallout with actor Kevin Spacey and what this means for "House of Cards" and Netflix.

Finally, we take a look at why its pretty stupid to compare athletes to prison inmates.

We extend our prayers to the people in New York impacted by the latest terrorist attack.

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