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The Good Compositer

In 1683, in the first printer’s manual to be published in English, Joseph Moxon wrote that “A good Compositer is ambitious as well to make the meaning of his Author intelligent to the Reader.” In other words, the typographer serves the text, and the author. 136 more words


Imperial Letters

Archival adventures continue in RIT’s Cary Collection. Johann Ernesti’s 1721 printer’s manual (catalog record here) included 44 pages of typographic specimens, including alphabets in Hebrew, Greek, and Arabic. 58 more words


Relief India Trust helping Thalassemia patients recover

Relief India Trust is helping build a better future by contributing to improve overall life in the country. With health concerns at its center, the NGO helps economically backward classes achieve appropriate medical care. 331 more words

Relief India Trust

Relief India Trust's success story of treating five-year old disabled girl

Noida, June 8: Relief India Trust (RIT), a NGO providing support to children belonging to lower income strata, has successfully treated a five-year old girl… 202 more words


Summer Hiatus

A bit quick since this blog just started up but I’m putting it on hiatus since I’m home for the summer and away from 99% of my collection. 13 more words

Home, Sweet Home|A Sisterly Workout at Rochester Institute of Technology

I made a random trip home this weekend for some personal reflection and to support my sister during a rough patch. Whenever I’m home, I always head to RIT’s Gordon Field House. 373 more words


RIT ranked for online programs that help veterans with higher education

‘U.S. News’ ranking recognizes programs that help veterans apply, pay for and complete degrees

Three Rochester Institute of Technology programs were ranked among U.S. News & World Report’s… 269 more words