For 100 years, the Indiana University School of Journalism has prepared students for the professional media world.
Day 97/100: James Polk, BA'64, won the '74 Pulitzer for stories about finances in the Nixon campaign #iujour100
Day 96/100: New centennial t-shirts will be on sale all weekend! #iujour100
Day 93/100: Students at the 1954 HSJI took in the whole college experience—even at night. #iujour100
Day 91/100: We went to a press check this morning for the centennial book. Buy it at #iujour100 events Sept. 16-18
Day 89/100: Multiple generations of photojournalism alumni have donated photos for our silent auction #IUJour100
Day 85/100: New program to honor 15 distinguished alumni at centennial celebration. #iujour100
Day 84/100: Florence Myrick Ahl was the first woman EIC of @idsnews (then, The Student) in 1987. #iujour100
Day 83/100: Madelyn Davis, BA’42, and Lucille Ball featured in the '54 Indiana Alumni Magazine. #iujour100
Day 82/100: Alfred Smith's derby was awarded to the most popular professor on campus from '37 to '93. #iujour100
Day 81/100: The 2003 yearbook staff did research and found out where the name "Arbutus" came from. #iujour100
Day 80/100: The IDS State Fair staff ran into flood troubles in 1926. #iujour100
Day 79/100: The IDS nameplate has gone through many redesigns. Recognize any of the ones here? #iujour100
Day 76/100: Prof. Poynter McEvoy teaches a class after the remodel of Ernie Pyle Hall in the 1950s. #iujour100
Day 75/100: The Ernie Pyle action figure - complete with typewriter! #iujour100
Day 74/100: The 1929 IU Arbutus staff went all out. Here's their opening spread.
Day 73/100: Photo proofs from the centennial book that will go to press next week. Recognize anyone? #iujour100
Day 69/100: The 'Arbutus House' was home to both the yearbook and many of its staff. #iujour100
Day 69/100: Bloomington mayor and j-school alum Mark Kruzan in the 1982 Arbutus with David Waxman. #iujour100
Day 68/100: The @idsnews editorial room from 1915. Look at those telephones and typewriters. #iujour100
Day 67/100: Alumni and friends returned to IU to celebrate Professor Will Counts’ retirement in 1995. #iujourn100
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