Week 25: Johnston Hall
When Johnston Hall opened in 1907, it was Marquette University. Johnston Hall was designed to serve as a one-building university with a two-story library, an auditorium, science laboratories, classrooms and even Jesuit living quarters. Today Johnston Hall is home to the College of Communication and the Instructional Media Center. The building honors Robert A. Johnston (1846-1907), a bakery executive and university benefactor.
Part of the Marquette Campus: A to Z photo series.