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  • Visiting author Ingrid Sundberg @ CVU on April 8th Ingrid Sundberg, author of All We Left Behind, will visit CVU on Friday, April 8th. She'll work with a couple of classes, and she'll give a presentation in ...
    Posted Apr 1, 2016, 10:05 AM by Peter Langella
  • READING MADNESS!!!! Don't miss your chance to vote in the final round of our Reading Madness Championship. It's The Martian by Andy Weir vs. 1984 by George Orwell.
    Posted Apr 1, 2016, 10:02 AM by Peter Langella
  • Take a Blind Date with a Book Visit the library, pick a wrapped book, check it out at the desk, unwrap, and enjoy!
    Posted Feb 10, 2016, 10:06 AM by Peter Langella
  • Amnesty International's Annual Write For Rights Day in the CVU Library, 12/10 From Amnesty International: "Every year, around Human Rights Day on December 10th, hundreds of thousands of people around the world write letters and send email messages to help people they ...
    Posted Dec 1, 2015, 6:45 AM by Peter Langella
  • Student Art on Display You can find various metalwork from Tim Duvernoy's sculpture class on display in the fiction stacks. 
    Posted Dec 1, 2015, 6:37 AM by Peter Langella
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  • ALL AMERICAN BOYS by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Keily
    25657130From the publisher: "Rashad and Quinn—one black, one white, both American—face the unspeakable truth that racism and prejudice didn’t die after the civil rights movement. There’s a future at stake, a future where no one else will have to be absent because of police brutality. They just have to risk everything to change the world." 
    Posted May 5, 2016, 5:45 AM by Peter Langella
  • Read our visiting author's book

    From the publisher: As Marion and Kurt struggle to build a relationship from the fractured pieces of their pasts, every kiss they share uncovers memories both would rather keep buried. Marion desperately wants to trust Kurt and share the one secret she’s never told anyone—but some truths aren’t meant to be spoken out loud. Kurt is also still haunted by his mother’s death, by the people he hurt, and by the mistakes he can never take back.

    Explosive together and hollow apart, Marion and Kurt seem totally wrong for each other—but could they turn out to be more right than they ever thought possible?
    Posted Apr 1, 2016, 10:43 AM by Peter Langella
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