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Microgreens
Pond scum, trash purifier
Retirees plan to dig in
Brown, Corr, Douglas, Erchak, Levinson
Table manners New d-hall sparks culinary, and social, interplay
String theory - and practice Music from East and West
Talking culture shock Guest lectures explore red-hot culture issues
Books Faculty and alumni authors
Big hit Thoroughbreds host girls' sports clinics
Sportswrap Hockey gets national nod


Books
Faculty and alumni authors

Wealth Accumulation & Communities of Color in the United States
co-edited by Ngina Chiteji, associate professor
of economics University of Michigan Press, 2006
Examines the connection between wealth and well-being among different racial and ethnic communities

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Demystifying the European Union: The Enduring Logic of Regional Integration

by Roy Ginsberg, professor of government
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2007

International scholars address the problems of diversity, difference, inclusion, and cultural pluralism in organizations.

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Bee Thousand
by Marc Woodworth ’84, lecturer in English
Continuum Books, 33 1/3 series; 2006

A personal take on the “Bee Thousand” album by
Guided by Voices and its enduring qualities

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Clinical Care Classification System Manual: A Guide
to Nursing
Documentation
by Virginia K. Saba (Ginger Joseph) ’48
Spring Publishing, 2007

Details the patient medical record information-coding
system that can be used regardless of health-care setting

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Sal Maglie: Baseball’s Demon Barber
by Judith Testa ’65
Northern Illinois University Press, 2007

A biography of the son of poor Italian immigrants who
became a star pitcher for the New York Giants

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The Copacabana
by Kristin Baggelaar ’69
Arcadia Publishing, Images of America series; 2006

Chronicles, through vintage photos and stories, how
this New York night club became a cultural icon


Get booked. Alumni authors are urged to send copies of their books, publisher’s notes, or reviews, so that Scope can make note of their work.