Fitz, Greg

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Greg Fitz was a student at the University of Toronto Scarborough (then called Scarborough College) in Arts & Science from 1971-1976. Fitz was active in many student groups, including the International Student Association. At a time on campus when student clubs and activities were expanding, Fitz began taking photographs as a way to remember their activities by posting photographs on the campus bulletin board or publishing his photographs in the school newspaper. He was the Executive of Scarborough College Student Darkroom from 1973-1975, photographer for Balcony Square from 1973-1975, Vice-President of Cinescar from 1971-1973, designed and printed the first Student Handbook, and organized the first Scarborough College Oktoberfest. Fitz graduated in 1976 and pursued a career in direct mail marketing.


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