Learn, Study, Discover
Percentages of participation in soccer by populations of North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa
How the modern game developed over time
Economics of soccer in comparison with other team sports
Characteristic plays by teams from Brazil, Germany, Italy, and England
Construction of the soccer ball
You can also check out books from Odum Library that will help you learn to play soccer or polish your technique.
Joshua Blu Buhs’ Bigfoot: the Life and Times of a Legend is an exhaustive look at our pursuit of Sasquatch and the beast’s place in popular culture. Buhs isn’t so much interested in whether Sasquatch is real as in why we care.
Visit Buhs’ Web page for links to reviews, commentary and amusing illustrations.
Read Florence Williams’ review “Be Very Afraid” in the New York Times’ Sunday Book Review.
Log into Anywhere Access to get the current GALILEO password and to access the databases from off-campus.
How do you log into Anywhere Access?
- Go to the Library’s home page at http://www.valdosta.edu/library/
- Click on the Anywhere Access link in the red left margin
- Log in with your BlazeVIEW username and password
Your BlazeVIEW username and password are not the same as your new email username and password.
If your email is firstname.lastname@example.org, then your BlazeVIEW username is mlibrarian.
The passwords are completely unrelated, although you can choose to use the same password for both email and BlazeVIEW.
VSU has a new email system!
You need to login to the new email system with your new username and password.
In our example,Â Marion O. Librarian needs to know her
- Year of birth: 1966
- Initials, capitalized: ML
- VSU ID#: XXXXX1234Â X
The first time she logs in she will use
- her new username: email@example.com
- her first time use password: 1966ML1234
The first time she logs in the password is her year of birth, followed by her capitalized initials and then the last four digits of her VSU ID number. The system will immediately ask her to create a new password.
If you have questions you can always contact the IT Help Desk.
The distinguished (and recently Knighted) stage actor Sir Patrick Stewart (Caption Picard of the USS Enterprise) can be seen here in rehearsal as Shylock in The Merchant of Venice, and discussing the role here.
You can find vintage performance and documentary footage at Theatre in Video— for instance an interview with Sean O’Casey, or Meryl Streep in a full-length 1981 performance of Elizabeth Swados’ Alice at the Palace.
“The book covers a wide array of topics, such as the symbiotic relationship between fashion and costume, and historical representations (by Woody Allen and Theodore Dreiser, among others) of single New York women. Some writers criticize the show’s image of men and the instances of lesbian homoeroticism, claiming both detract from the celebration of women, sex and gay life. Others enjoy walking in Carrie’s Manolo Blahniks.”–Publishers Weekly