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Who Can It Be Now?
by Frank R. Scatoni '92

Who Can It Be Now? (Simon & Schuster, 1998) is a "goofy, pop culture '80s trivia book" by Frank R. Scatoni '92.  Filled with trivia and humor, the book is sure to catch the attention of recent grads and people longing for a sense of 80s nostalgia.  The book contains everything that characterizes the 1980s, from TV theme songs, to what was playing at local high school dances. 

The book, which has received attention from magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Entertainment Weekly, and Maxim, has been receiving heavy promotion on radio stations across the country.  Intended "for the generation that was raised on MTV," this book, co-authored by Peter T. Fornatale, is guaranteed to take you back a decade. 

Scatoni lives in New York City.

 

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Plastic Surgery: What You Need to Know-Before, During, and After
by Richard A. Marfuggi, M.D., '72

Richard A. Marfuggi, M.D., '72 is the author of Plastic Surgery: What You Need to Know-Before, During, and After (Berkley, 1998), a comprehensive study of the effects of the procedure.  The book covers everything from liposuction to breast augmentation, giving not only information on the procedures, but also risk factors and recovery tips.

The book is divided into two parts; the first details the general basics of plastic surgery and the second discusses benefits and risks.  Anyone considering plastic surgery of any kind should first read this book.    

Marfuggi has been practicing plastic surgery in New York and New Jersey since 1983.  The Vermont native graduated with honors from Holy Cross and attended the University of Vermont College of Medicine, where he received his diploma.  He is currently studying for his master's at Drew University.

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Liberalism: Fatal Consequences
by William A. Borst, Ph.D., '65

William A. Borst, Ph.D., '65 is the author of Liberalism: Fatal Consequences (Huntington House, 1999), a conservative's look at the recent popularity of liberalism.  The book attempts to "arm conservatives with the necessary historical and intellectual ammunition to fight the culture war on any front." 

The book covers a wide variety of political and cultural topics from the civil war to abortion, from homosexuality to the Catholic Church.  In each of his essays, Borst argues basic conservative values while pointing out the flaws he perceives in the liberal system. 

Borst is the author of many other books, most recently Still Last in the American League: The St. Louis Browns, (Northmont Press, 1993).  Borst, who was the Vatterott Foundation's Man of the Year in 1995, has appeared on the Today Show, as well as various radio programs.  Borst lives in St. Louis with Judy, his wife of 32 years.

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Thy Honored Name: A History of the College of the Holy Cross, 1843-1994
by Rev. Anthony J. Kuzniewski, S.J.

Thy Honored Name: A History of the College of the Holy Cross, 1843-1994 by Rev. Anthony J. Kuzniewski, S.J., was published on March 26 by the Catholic University of America Press. Fr. Kuzniewski is professor of history and rector of the Jesuit Community at Holy Cross. Featuring extensive illustrations, the book traces the story of the College from its beginnings as a pet project of Bishop Fenwick to its contemporary standing as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the nation.

Thy Honored Name can be ordered through the Holy Cross Bookstore. The retail price is $34.95 plus $5.00 shipping and handling. (Massachusetts residents add $1.75 sales tax). Please contact: 
C.H.C. Bookstore
P.O. Box H, Holy Cross
One College Street
Worcester, MA 01610
Phone: 1-800-777-0201 ext. 3393
Fax: 1-508-793-3612
e-mail: bookstore@holycross.edu 
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