From the first classes in 1910 to today; from newspapers and magazines to radio and TV and blogs; from the first diplomas to those students who just arrived at Johnston Hall, Marquette University and its graduates have been a central part of the story of journalism. What a story it has been. Manual typewriters and hot type; computer labs and editing drills; sound boards and camera cues; first interviews, deadlines, scoops. Stories that changed you, stories that made a difference, stories that chronicled the city, the state, the nation, the world. From wars, to peace, the civil rights movement to the digital revolution.