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Kansas University architecture students work in a Marvin Hall studio in 1915, three years after the program's founding in 1912. Some 98 years later, the KU architecture program has moved from the School of Engineering to its own standalone School of Architecture, Design and Urban Planning, but it's still based in Marvin Hall — and the room pictured, room 403, is still used as a student studio. The school is celebrating the 100th year of architecture education at KU with a reunion event this weekend.

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