Clemson University has been involved in the student competitions since they began 30 years ago, and has been a leader in changing the course of the conference regarding design. However, it was not until a few years ago that TAGA became a Creative Inquiry option. The Creative Inquiry TAGA Journal led by Dr. Liam O’Hara, associate professor of graphic communications, competes in the conference each year by producing a journal that showcases the students’ designing and printing capabilities as well as pushes the envelope on their technical proficiency. The journal is judged on design, production, technical content and overall quality. As the team puts together the project from start to finish, they are encouraged to embrace print and digital media. Not only do they conduct the research for the content in the journal, but they contact vendors, order substrates and ink, make the printing plates, run the presses and create large-scale products that push the boundaries of the printing processes.