Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology - Yearbook (Welland, Ontario Canada) - Class of 1982 Page 1 of 36
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Show Hide text for 1982 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 36 of the 1982 volume: “ If you can dream— and not make dreams your master; If you can think— and not make thoughts your aim, If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew to serve your turn long after they are gone, and so hold on when there is nothing in you except the Will which says to them: " Hold on! " If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, or walk with Kings— nor lose the common touch, If you can fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds ' worth of distance run, Yours is the Earth and everything that ' s in it. Rudyard Kipling Within the Graphic Arts field there are many career choices. This field is continually growing due to the rapid technological advances taking place. There is indeed a challenging opportunity for those who choose any of the many rewarding professions in this vast industry. At Niagara College our program is divided into four separate courses: Art and Camera Copy Preparation, Typesetting, Process Photography, Offset Printing and related subjects such as Copywriting, Proofreading and Bindery. The two semesters in first year include four main courses which provide the students with a basic working knowledge of each of these skills. The students will learn the many different processes used in the production of printed material, from the development of the original idea, to the art, copy and assembly stages. This includes type ' setting, camera film assembly, platemaking and printed reproduction. In second year, the students will devote their studies to only two of the four skill areas. Concentration in only two of the four courses, combined with the knowledge acquired in first year, enables thegraduates to be moreflexible in obtaining employment in this complex and competitive market. , Term I Basic Process Photography I 3 Typography I and Reproduction 3 Basic Offset Printing 3 Preparation of Camera Copy I 3 English I 3 Mathematics I 3 Typing I 3 Credits 21 Term III Students will choose any two of the following: Process Photography I 8 Offset Printing I 8 Art and Camera Copy 8 Reproduction I Typography lil and 8 Reproduction Plus the following compulsory subjects: Proofreading and Advertising I Copywriting I English Elective 3 One General Elective 3 Credits 23 Term II Basic Process Photography II 3 Typography II and Reproduction 3 Basic Offset Printing II 3 Preparation of Camera Copy II 3 English II 3 Mathematics II 3 Typing II 3 Credits 21 Term IV Process Photography II 8 Offset Printing II 8 Art and Camera Copy 8 Reproduction II Typography IV and 8 Reproduction II Proofreading and Advertising I Copywriting II Bindery 2 Field Practice English Elective 3 One General Elective 3 Credits 25 Co-ordinator Preparation of Camera Copy (Committee Mr. Larry Brooks Lincoln Graphics Limited Mr. William Godfrey Service Letter Shop Mr. Jack Laminman Pakfold Business Forms Mr. Lawrence Moyer Commercial Photo Copy Ltd. Mr. Arnel W. Pattemore Lincoln County Board of Education Mr. lain Purves Superior Engravers J.P. Robarts President I.J. Giancarlo Dean of Applied Arts J.M. Cuthbertson Chairman What can we say about the first year Graphic Arts students? These little simpletons thought that with a snap of the camera the instructors here could make them into Graphic Arts Technicians. What they did realize was that the " Almighty Alex " could make you feel like Crayola Crayons were your speed, and that typesetters were machines for learning and could not be programed for Pac Man. You would think they could keep their hair and fingers from the machinery that is in operation, and that film develops far better in the dark. Their only constructive ideas were how to cheat in cards without getting caught.and commenting about the latest dancing steps of ladies at the local saloon at lunch time. But all in all, considering what they had to work with, when they were there, they did a damn good job. Cheers! Stock One Laura Wilson, Kerenna Gunn, Vince Lavigne, Barb Begy Michel Belleville, Doreen Lee, Anna D ' Alessandr Patrick Smyth, Janice Clattenburg, Ann Breznik, Elaine Ratte. Louise Howe, Luciano Riganelli, Brenda Won Steve Ross, Luciano D ' lntino, Aime Paquette, Danny Carson, Rick Lepp, Julia Zybura, Christine Kaldy, Alice Heikoop, Nancy Bonato, Marina Agostino. Mike Heltner, Carole McLean, Harry Toews, Doris Cavasin, Kathi Male, Colleen Gullion, Karen Bradt, Margaret Beatty. In the beginning, forty-eight innocents gathered together in hopes of obtaining a rewarding education at Niagara College. Only fifteen of us remain to tell the tale of life as a Graphic Arts Student. This yearbook is a reflection of the two years we endured together. Time well spent? Well, after two years of trial and tribulation, Mr. Merzanis has concluded that we will all be " out standing in the field! " In any case, here ' s to good life, good luck, good times and happiness. Cheers! from the second year Graphic Arts Students. " I never make mistakes, I ' m just surrounded with defective equipment! " Photography Preparation of Camera Copy " Staying in school keeps me out of work! " Photography Preparation of Camera Copy " EHHHHHHHH! It ' s never too long, you can always fold it in half, but TAKE CARE EH! " " My favowite gwoup is WUSHI ' " Just call me FFEJ, and don ' t forget to tell everybody I ' m a nice guy! " Photography Preparation of Camera Copy (fatoHeWcneau HennieVnotAena Don ' t you dare put anything in the yearbook about Harry calling me Kimwipes! " Typography " @ §© @— MERZANIS! " Typography Preparation of Camera Copy " If we ever manage to get this yearbook into print, the cocktails are on me. Here ' s to Smirnoff Vodka, duMaurier Cigarettes and Black Coffee; without them I don ' t think we would have made it! Good Luck everybody and Cin Cin! " Photography Preparation of Camera Copy " While I was sitting in the loo enjoying a fag, my cat got knocked down by a dead fast car. " Typography Henry Dirks arrived on the scene at Niagara College in November 1976; after completing a ten year stint in Africa, where he was involved in setting up Graphic Arts facilities in Zaire. This was a missionary project initiated by his church. After six years of teaching here at Niagara, he has decided to return to Africa and undertake a new missionary venture, related to his vocation. We at Niagara are grateful for what Henry has achieved during his six yeartenure. He has taken us into the computer age of typesetting and has provided the program with a certain positive invigoration. His smiling face and helping hand wHI be missed around the Black Walnut building. We wish him every success in his new venture abroad. Harry has been a familiar smiling face around the halls and rooms in the Black Walnut Building since the program first got underway in 1970. Besides being the program technician he has also served as student confidant, story teller and itinerant girl watcher. No well turned ankle or pretty girl has escaped his keen eye. Always first one there in the morning and last one to leave at night, never missing a day except for the time he fell on the ice in the parking lot and broke his leg. The silence in the halls for six weeks was deafening. Who will we go to now, when we need material, repairs, or advice? So long Harry, we ' ll miss you! Keep in touch. Cover and Book Design Angela Thomas Produced By Second Year Graphic Arts Students Colour Separation Courtesy of Superior Engravers Ltd. Hamilton, Ontario Paper Stock Courtesy of Moss Printing Port Colborne, Ontario Cover Stock Courtesy of Bindery Services, Hamilton, Ontario ”
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