Congratulations to the young publishing team at Toronto’s Ryerson University for winning the Helmut Kipphan Student Publication Cup in a competition sponsored by the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA). This yearly honor salutes the best student-produced journal on research and technology for the graphic arts. Most of the production of the winning publication, RYETAGA, was performed in-house by the students themselves. It features a die-cut cover, silver metallic cover paper, and a back-cover sleeve for a CD of the content. A digital flip-book version can be seen here. The publishers, studying at Ryerson’s School of Graphic Communication Management (GCM), are members of the TAGA student chapter at the school. The articles they wrote for the winning issue include Examining Microprinting Security; The Effect of Ink Tack in Four-Colour Printing; Modern Marblization; Visual Similarity Between Coated & Uncoated Papers; and Halftone Dots: A Comparison of Stochastic & Conventional Printing. The students were recognized at TAGA’s 2010 Technical Conference in San Diego in March. The RYETAGA article about ink tack, written by Rebecca Dykopf, Gloria Leung, and Pauline Wut, was selected as the winner of the Harvey R. Levenson Student Paper Award. The Dusty Rhodes Graduate Student Paper Award went to Clemson University’s John Jay Jacobs, Sarah Stafford, and Andy Walker for All Paper Membrane Switch, examining the possibility of printing a membrane switch on paper.