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Winners of 7 national championships, VSU student athletes excel on the field and in the classroom. Discover the latest and breaking news for #BlazerNation, as well as schedules, rosters, and ticket purchases.
For a guide to the documents and activities relating to the U.S. Constitution, please see the research guide for Constitution Day. Join us in the Odum Auditorium for events celebrating our Constitution and its interpretations September 19th-22nd this year!
Four libraries in the University of Georgia system have copies of this first novel in the Uglies series in their catalog.
Banned Books Week
In the Fall of every year the American Library Association celebrates Banned Books Week to bring awareness to the number of books commonly challenged and the effort to keep information available to the public. This year we are celebrating it September 18th-24th! If you are interested in learning more about banned books and the ALA's virtual events, please head over to Banned Books Week.
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Librivox is a website dedicated to recording and distributing free audiobook copies of books that have fallen out of copyright. They have several titles considered dystopian from the early days of this genre available.
'We Fix Space Junk' follows seasoned smuggler Kilner and reluctant fugitive Samantha as they travel the galaxy, dodging bullets and meeting strange and wonderful beings as they carry out odd jobs on the fringes of the law.
Atmospheric sci-fi stories. You might find yourself in the heart of a cyberpunk metropolis, a post-apocalyptic wasteland, or an alien world. Each story features its own original music score for a truly immersive experience.
The terrible Horsemen of the Apocalypse have reformed and sworn off their ancient ways. Now retired and leading peaceful lives in a small town of England, these ancient calamities eventually find their anonymity, as well as their very existence, threatened by the arrival of one nosy student journalist… and a child who could bring about the End of the World.
Jesse was born like every citizen in the Fluidum universe, spending their first 20 years shifting seamlessly between a male and female body. Now with only one year left until they must choose one body for the rest of their life, Jesse is questioning the unquestionable... why decide at all?
Society has risen into the sky with beings known as Angels. Capable of wielding a powerful element, Angels use this incredible ability to combat the threat of mindless killers — Demons. But one choice may change the course of the world when Shinsa, a completely cognizant Demon, is spared by the high-ranking Angel, Astler Leidt.
Welcome to the future – where our world has become an exercise in contradictions. We are more connected than ever but alone. Healthier than ever but sick. Safer than ever but ultimately vulnerable. Seed is a story for these future times. Where the relationship between a girl and an AI system that begins simply, quickly complicates things for the entire world.
If any material listed is problematic or you would like to suggest future recommendations and themes please contact Crystal Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org! They would love feedback, or just to talk about books!