100 Years of Journalism of Marquette: Digital, Distinctive, Diverse

A broadcast journalism student works with technical equipment in Johnston Hall.It’s time of celebration: as Marquette University commences its year-long ‘Centennial Celebration of Women’ this fall,  the Diederich College of Communication will also celebrate an important milestone: 100 years of Journalism education. We’ll be keeping our readers up to date on a year full of activities and guest speakers planned to commemorate this event, so stay tuned!

To begin the celebration, we’ve posted some photos of our Journalism program over the years on Flickr. As Johnston Hall, the home of Marquette Journalism, undergoes renovations to transition our college into the future, these images offer an intriguing glimpse into the past.

View the “100 Years of Journalism” photo album on Flickr.

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