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Winter 2014 edition
In Ryerson University Magazine's cover story, "Bee-ing the change," associate editor Andy Lee writes a compelling story of students, faculty members and alumni who are tackling society's problems with creativity and ambition. You'll meet alumni who found their passion as Ryerson students and brought their education to bear on important issues. They help define social innovation, a growing global movement that’s in Ryerson's DNA.
Elsewhere in this issue, "Crafting it Old School" is about how, in a digital world, alumni find their niche making things by hand. Chantal Braganza writes about Denise Wild, who started a successful sewing studio and discovered a surprising demand, not only for people who want to learn how to make their own clothes, but for those who want to create and customize fashion. You'll also read about Michael Torosian who has mastered the seemingly old-fashioned craft of letterpress printing, creating beautiful books that are considered fine art.
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