UC Talks: December 2019 January 2020 University City News podcast is now available on SoundCloud

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UC Talks is a hyper-local podcast that features conversations, interviews, and news of University City. It’s managed by the University City Community Association (UCCA). To submit an idea for an upcoming podcast, please use the contact us link. Suggestions are welcomed. We are here to serve the community because University City…is more than just a neighborhood. In this episode, podcast host Jemma Samala (she’s our newsletter editor too!) provides our listeners with a reading of the December 2019 / January 2020 UCCA newsletter. Take a listen while driving, working around the house, at the beach …

Click on the arrow “play button” in the upper left corner of the image below to listen; or visit our podcast channel directly at https://soundcloud.com/ucca-785209867/december-january-2019

The print newsletters are available for download at https://www.universitycitynews.org/ucca-newsletter-archives/

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