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The glorious days of the printing press

A student sets letter type metal print blocks in preparation for a print run on an Antique press set up at Okanagan College in Vernon, B.C. (Courtesy CBC)
The art of book design is in the layout says Jason Dewinitz who teaches students how to run an antique printing press in the "bunker" at Okanagan College in Vernon.

Dewinitz also teaches at the English department at Okanagan College and this Thursday he will welcome the public to the shop to experience the glory days of the small printing press.

Chris Walker spent a few minutes with Dewinitz and student Shvaugn Craig in the bunker.

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