Picture of Marquette's 75th Anniversary celebration banners (1956, "the Pursuit of Truth to Make Men Free") in its modern setting.

A picture of the (now demolished) Avalanche bar that was replaced with Kampus Foods, Subway, Sweeney's, and their parking lots.

Then and Now at Marquette University: The Marquette Gymnasium in 1936 and today. 1936 photo source: Marquette University Archives

Real Chili at Marquette in 1980 and 2012

Then and Now at Marquette University: Johnston Hall classrooms in 1973 and in 2012 after summer renovations. 1973 photo source: Marquette University Archives.

The day before and after the first snow of 2012 on the Marquette University campus.

Then and Now at Marquette University: In 1993, the university seal in the floor of Cudahy Hall was still under construction. In 2012, two Teach for America students square off in a staring contest during the Teacher Olympics.1993 photo source: Dan Johnson, IMC Photography at Marquette University

Abbottsford Hall bicycle rack, before and after the first 2012 snowfall on Marquette University’s campus.

Then and Now at Marquette University: The Alumni Memorial Union’s first floor, stairs and second-floor rotunda — then under construction in 1989 and now during New Student Orientation. 1989 photo source: Marquette University Archives.

Then and Now at Marquette University: The Brew Bayou Coffee Shop at the Alumni Memorial Union in 1993 and 2012. 1993 photo source: Marquette University Archives

A conversation at Marquette University’s Lalumiere Language Hall in 1976 and a cell phone call in 2012.

A photograph of the Avalanche Bar from 1982. The Avalanche, which used to be on 14th and Wells, was moved to 15th and Wells. Today, Marquette's Office of University Apartments and Off-Campus Student Services currently stands where the 'Lanche was.

The view looking south at Wisconsin Avenue and 14th Street before Raynor Library was built.